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9 Sonate facili (prima posizione) del barocco italiano

per violino e basso continuo o violino e violoncello

score and parts

Edited by Pejtsik Árpád
Continuo arranged by Vigh Lajos
Setting: Violin and Piano, String Duo
Genre: Pedagogical performance pieces
Length: 40 pages
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Weight: 0.142 kg
Published: January 2002
Publisher: Editio Musica Budapest
Item number: 14323
ISMN: 9790080143230
This volume of nine small sonatas by nine composers first appeared in print around 1695 in Bologna. While some of these composers (Torelli, Perti, Jacchini) are well-known figures in music history, there are others which are lesser-known and have been preserved in this collection for posterity. These sonatas are primarily recommended for students, because they allow learners to experience this musical style at an early stage, and they also lay a strong foundation for the study of major sonatas by Baroque masters such as Corelli and Vivaldi.