Erlebach. Sonata prima D-Dur für Violine, Viola da Gamba oder 2 Violine und Basso continuo

Erlebach. Sonata prima D-Dur für Violine, Viola da Gamba oder 2 Violine und Basso continuo

VI. Sonate à Violino e Viola da Gamba col suo Basso Continuo. Sonata prima

ERLEBACH Philipp Heinrich (1657-1714)

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Editorial:
GUNTERSBERG EDITION
Clasificación:
Cámara c/viola de gamba
Páginas:
32
Formato::
PARTITURA + PARTES
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Erlebach, VI. Sonate, Sonata Prima in D major

The significance of these sonatas for the German viola da gamba repertoire was already emphasized by Alfred Einstein in his highly regarded dissertation of 1905, in which Erlebach's Sonata Seconda was printed in its entirety. The Sonatas are in the style of an Italian Sonata da camera a tre and show stylistic affinity to Legrenzi, Vitali and Corelli. In these sonatas Erlebach succeeded in combining the Italian feeling for form and melodic expression with German intellectual depth and sound compositional technique. Historically they lie between Rosenmüller and Buxtehude. As opposed to other similar works of that period the three instrumental lines are of equal importance and autonomy, making a true three-part composition. If applicable, the parts in scordatura are included as well.

Editor: Günter and Leonore von Zadow.
Contnuo realization: Angela Koppenwallner.

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