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Sonata in G minor C.61 arr. flute and classical/acoustic guitar

Domenico Cimarosa 1749-1801 was an Italian composer who whilst a widely travelled musician belongs to the Neapolitan (Naples) school and he is remembe Read More...

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Keyboard Sonata in G Minor (C.61)

Domenico Cimarosa 1749-1801 was an Italian composer who whilst a widely travelled musician belongs to the Neapolitan (Naples) school and he is remembe Read More...

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Keyboard Sonata in A Minor (C.55)

Domenico Cimarosa 1749-1801 was an Italian composer who whilst a widely travelled musician belongs to the Neapolitan (Naples) school and he is remembe Read More...

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Variations on the Song “I slept, I dreamed”

A theme and 10 variations selected from the set of twenty four published 1770. The writing suggests the music was intended for both the harpsichord an Read More...

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C. P. E. Bach First Movement from Keyboard Sonata in F minor W.57/6 H.173

This music was composed in 1763 and anticipates particularly thematically and rhythmically musical directions later explored by Beethoven and others. Read More...

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Third Movement: Allegro assai from Sonata in A minor

This movement is the third and last movement of a sonata published as part of a collection of harpsichord sonatas in 1742. Whilst there is evidence in Read More...

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Rondo in D minor Wq.61/4

A dramatic and spirited movement which whilst very different texturally to Beethoven’s music harmonically it does point in his direction. In charact Read More...

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Allegretto con variazioni “Ah, vous dirai-je, maman”

J.C.F.Bach was the fourth and youngest composing son of J.S.Bach. Many songs in different languages have been based on this familiar French song know Read More...

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Keyboard Sonata in D

Cimarosa 1749-1801 was an Italian composer who belonged to the Neapolitan school and he is remembered particularly for his operas. His keyboard music Read More...

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Keyboard Sonata in A

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Keyboard Sonata in C minor

Cimarosa 1749-1801 was an Italian composer who belonged to the Neapolitan school and he is remembered particularly for his operas. His keyboard music Read More...

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Third Movement:Finale (Piano Sonata No.50 Hob.XVI/37)

This movement is in rondo form which can be represented formally by the letters ABACA - a rondo is a piece with a recurring theme having its origins a Read More...

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First Movement Keyboard Sonata in A

This is a pianistic and surprisingly technically quite straight forward to play. The main challenge is playing at a consistent tempo in the loud secti Read More...

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Adagio from Keyboard Sonata in D

This is a piece possessing great melodic beauty and players should understand that the melody is the main musical focus in a performance. This is an A Read More...

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Scherzando from Piano Sonata No.49

The tempo indication Allegro con brio is possibly a bit on the strong side for this movement which has character and charm rather than vigour. Scherza Read More...

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First Movement from Sonata in A

Johann Christian Bach (1735-1782) is often referred to as the "London Bach" and important because he influenced Mozart's concerto style and is identif Read More...

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Allegro in A

This work provides something of a puzzle because whilst it is attributed to W.F.Bach more than likely it was composed by someone else. Understand that Read More...

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Solfeggio in C minor

This piece has a misleading title because really it would be better described as a toccata. Keyboard players in the past particularly of small instrum Read More...

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First Movement from Keyboard Sonata in C (Illy No. 27) arr. flute and acoustic guitar

Galuppi was an Italian composer very much associated with the city of Venice and in his life time was known particularly for his comic operas. He was Read More...

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First Movement from Keyboard Sonata in C (Illy No. 27)

Galuppi was an Italian composer very much associated with the city of Venice and in his life time was known particularly for his comic operas. He was Read More...

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First Movement from Sonata in A minor

A piece that possesses a haunting beauty written by a composer who knew C. P. E. Bach and who in 1794 settled in Moscow. Described as a sonata there Read More...

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