SONATEN fur Blockflote und Basso continuo by G.Ph.Telemann

Code: 13542
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Publisher EDITIO MUSICA BUDAPEST
Arrangement: melody / piano
Cast: duet
solo
Format: book
Genre: classical & sacret
Composer: Telemann, Georg Philipp
The seven recorder sonatas belong to the basic repertory of each recorder player. In addition to their musical qualities and variety these pieces bear evidence of the profound knowlegde of the… show more

Songlist (7)

  1. Sonate I (F-Dur), TWV 41: F 2
  2. Sonate II (B-Dur), TWV 41: B 3
  3. Sonate III (f-Moll), TWV 41: f 1
  4. Sonate IV (C-Dur), TWV 41: C 2
  5. SonateV (d-Moll), TWV 41: d 4
  6. Sonate VI (C-Dur), TWV 41: C 5
  7. Sonate VII (f-Moll), TWV 41: f 2

Product description

The seven recorder sonatas belong to the basic repertory of each recorder player. In addition to their musical qualities and variety these pieces bear evidence of the profound knowlegde of the characteristic features and capabilities of the Baroque recorder.

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 - 1767) was a German composer and organist. Telemann was a musical self-taught, he graudated law at the University of Leipzig. He was one of the most played composers of his time, a contemporary of Johann Sebastian Bach and Georg Friedrich Händel. Although Bach is generally considered a major composer, Telemann was much more famous for his musical abilities throughout his life. Telemann traveled very often and on his travels he was influenced by a number of other musical styles, which he then used in his own compositions. His work is very extensive. He composed 12 volumes of temple cantatas, 46 passions, 35 oratorios, 50 operas, 15 masses and almost 1000 smaller works. He is a representative of late baroque music.

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Product code: 13542
Author / Editor: Malina, János
No. of songs: 7
Pages: 92
Language: English
German
Hungarian
Size: 23 x 30 cm
EAN: 9790080135426
ISMN: 979-0-080-13542-6
Weight: 0.29