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TWO SONATAS from Essercizii Musici

TWO SONATAS from Essercizii Musici

Composer:Telemann, Georg Philipp (1681-1767)
Instrumentation:ob. pft/bc.
Publisher Ref:BA5889
These sonatas for flute and keyboard are taken from a collection of 24 for various instruments, and were first published by Telemann himself - not wholly for artistic reasons.

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Editor:Hofmann, Klaus
Skill Level:D
Publisher:Barenreiter Edition
Year of Issue:2011
ISMN:M006540648
ISBN:none specified
These two sonatas come from the unusually large collection of twenty four published and sold by the composer himself, probably around 1727, with the dual purpose of providing music to be played at home by bourgeois amateurs and repaying Frau Telemann's debts from the sale proceeds. The title 'Essercizii Musici, ...' translates as "Musical Diversions, Consisting of 12 Solo and 12 Trio Sonatas for Various Instruments" and includes music for the instruments usually found in middle class German households of the eighteenth century - harpsichord, violin, recorder, transverse flute, oboe and viola da gamba. Each instrument is given two solo sonatas with continuo accompaniment and the trio sonatas provide for almost every possible combination of the instruments mentioned, perhaps to achieve the greatest possible number of sales.

The sonatas presented here are in Bb Major (TWV 41:B6) and E minor (TWV 41:e6) and are referred to as 'Solo V' and 'Solo X1' in Telemann's original manuscript. The simple realization of the figured bass is intended to be embellished in accordance with the instrument chosen for the accompaniment and the taste and skills of the performer, and the editor suggests doubling the bass line with a cello, viola da gamba or bassoon when a harpsichord is used. Interestingly, it seems that Telemann's tempo marking of "Vivace" for the last movements of both sonatas means "lively" (in style of playing) rather than just "fast". In another publication of 1725/26 he lists tempo markings with their meanings in descending order of velocity, so "presto = very fast", "allegro = fast" and "vivace = sprightly".



  • SONATA in Bb major, TWV 41:B6
  • Adagio
  • Allegro
  • Cantabile
  • Vivace
  • SONATA in E minor, TWV 41:e6
  • Largo
  • Allegro
  • Grave
  • Vivace


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