Arcangelo Corelli (16531713)

Trio Sonatas 2

Volume 2: Sonate da camera (selection from op. 2 and op. 4)
Edited from the sources
Wiener Urtext Edition

for: 2 violins, basso continuo

Piano score, parts (Urtext edition)

Item no.612750
Author/ComposerArcangelo Corelli
EditorBernhard Moosbauer
Leveleasymedium
Scope108 pages; 23 × 30.5 cm
Release year2013
Publisher/ProducerWiener Urtext Edition
Producer No.UT 50287
ISBN9783850557283
ISMN9790500573494
29.95 €
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Description

Very few works in music history have been associated with the phrase 'epoch-making' yet Arcangelo Corelli's Trio Sonatas are among them. In 1681 and 1685, with the composition of Sonate da chiesa Op. 1 and Sonate da camera Op. 2, Corelli laid the foundation for a genre which was to be the chamber music format for almost 100 years. It was only in 1781 that it was superseded by Joseph Haydn's String Quartets Op. 33, which were also highly significant to the era. From a historical point of view, the string quartet can be viewed as a 'child' of the trio sonata.

As a result, Wiener Urtext Edition have published a selection of 12 of a total of 48 trio sonatas due to the 300th anniversary of the composer's death. Volume 1 contains six sonatas of the Da Chiesa model, Volume 2 six pieces of the Da Camera type.

This new edition was based on original editions, the first Italian reprints as well as the Rogers Amsterdam edition. In addition to parts for the melodic instruments, the new edition also contains a continuo score with realised, easily playable basso continuo.

This edition is perfectly suitable as an introduction into chamber music.

Content

  • Vorwort
  • Preface
  • Préface
  • Hinweise zur Interpretation
  • Notes on interpretation
  • Notes sur l'interpretation
  • Sonata prima D-Dur op. 2/1
  • Sonata settima F-Dur op. 4/7
  • Ciaccona G-Dur op. 2/12
  • Sonata prima C-Dur op. 4/1
  • Sonata prima C-Dur op. 4/1
  • Sonata quarta e-Moll op. 2/4
  • Kritische Anmerkungen
  • Critical Notes