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SONATA in F minor, TWV 41:f1

SONATA in F minor, TWV 41:f1

 
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Printed Edition
Composer:Telemann, Georg Philipp (1681-1767)
Instrumentation:bn. pft.
Publisher Ref:BP665
A 4 movement sonata which was at the forefront of releasing the expressive and virtuosic potential of the bassoon.

Price: £10.50
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Arranger:Michel, Winfried
Skill Level:D
Duration:10'00
Publisher:Amadeus Edition
Year of Issue:1977
ISMN:none specified
ISBN:none specified
During the early part of the eighteenth century the bassoon was thought of as an accompanying instrument and support for the continuo in ensembles when a keyboard instrument was missing; and otherwise as a monochrome 'happy' instrument. Composers of the Late Baroque gave more variety to the bassoon and wrote for it more sensitively both in accompanying parts and solos in concertos and cantatas, particularly Telemann who knew the possibilities and limitations of the instruments available to him, as well as any of his contemporaries.

In 1728 Telemann published the first of twenty-eight fortnightly issues of his "Der Getreue Musikmeister" (The Faithful Music Master) which 'featured' a sonata or suite and the four movements of the Bassoon Sonata in F minor (TWV 41:F1) appeared in issues 11 to 14. He followed Corelli (1653-1713) in adopting a slow-fast-slow-fast structure, typical of his Italian church sonatas, and in aspects of style, use of cadences and the same key signature throughout. But in choosing the serious key of F minor for this ten minute sonata and marking the first movement "Triste" - Sad, Telemann countered the earlier one-dimensional view of the bassoon and pioneered composition for the instrument of great expressiveness and virtuosity.



  • Triste
  • Allegro
  • Andante
  • Vivace


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