CHAMBER MUSIC METHOD FOR STRINGS 2
The Baroque Trio Sonata
score and parts
At first sight, this publication appears to be a collectionof pieces, for the technical studies, not too attractive but so characteristic of tutors, are missing.
Yet the selection of the works, their order according to the development of ensemble playing and the advice includeed after the foreword and containig proposals for the technical realization of ensemble playing in the case of certain typical pieces, these all make this publication a tutor.
The works form a cross-section of a longer period of the history of chamber music and offer an insight into the different methods of composition.
Volume II introduces the Baroque trio sonata through theworks of the greatest masters (Vivaldi, Corelli, Albinoni, F. Couperin, Purcell and Bach). The two violin parts do not go beyond the 3rd position and the cello beyond the 4th position.
Vivaldi, Antonio: Sonata in re minore (La Follia)
Corelli, Arcangelo: Sonata in sib maggiore
Corelli, Arcangelo: Sonata in sol minore
Albinoni, Tomaso: Sonata da camera
Corelli, Arcangelo: Sonata in sol maggiore L(Ciacona)
Couperin, François: Chaconne ou Passacaille
Corelli, Arcangelo: Sonata in la minore
Corelli, Arcangelo: Sonata in do maggiore
Purcell, Henry: Sonata in do maggiore
Bach, Johann Sebastian: Fuga canonica
Bach, Johann Sebastian, Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: Adagio e Fuga
Instrumentation: 2 vl, vlc, cemb, (git)
Genre: Pedagogical performance pieces, Method, Tutor
Length: 206 pages