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LeClair, Jean-Marie - Sonata in D Major, Op. 9, No. 3 - Violin and Piano - edited by Zino Francescatti - International Music Co.

Item# 1243 111

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Leclair
  • Publisher: International
Jean-Marie Leclair (called "the Elder," so as not to be confused with his younger brother of the same name), was a French Baroque violinist-composer who employed elements of the Italian style in his music, having studied the tradition established by Corelli. Though he wrote many sonatas and concertos for violin, few of those are well known today. Of the sonatas for violin and continuo, the most popular is undoubtedly the Sonata in D Major, Op. 9, No. 3. It is a bright, sunny work in four movements, rife with ornaments and double-stops.This edition for violin and piano is edited by Zino Francescatti. Published by the International Music Company.Difficulty: A4 Click here to learn more about the Apprentice and ASTA Sheet Music Difficulty Ratings.

LeClair, Jean-Marie - Sonata in D Major, Op. 9, No. 3 - Violin and Piano - edited by Leopold Lichtenberg - G. Schirmer Edition

Item# 1241 110

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Leclair
  • Publisher: G. Schirmer
Jean-Marie Leclair (called "the Elder," so as not to be confused with his younger brother of the same name), was a French Baroque violinist-composer who employed elements of the Italian style in his music, having studied the tradition established by Corelli. Though he wrote many sonatas and concertos for violin, few of those are well known today. Of the sonatas for violin and continuo, the most popular is undoubtedly the Sonata in D Major, Op. 9, No. 3. It is a bright, sunny work in four movements, rife with ornaments and double-stops.This edition for violin and piano is edited by Leopold Lichtenberg. Published by G. Schirmer, distributed by Hal Leonard.Difficulty: A4 Click here to learn more about the Apprentice and ASTA Sheet Music Difficulty Ratings.

Leclair, Jean-Marie - Sonata in D Major, Op. 9, No. 3 - Violin and Piano - edited by Frederick F. Polnauer - Schott Edition

Item# V171 107

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Leclair
  • Publisher: Schott
Jean-Marie Leclair (called "the Elder," so as not to be confused with his younger brother of the same name), was a French Baroque violinist-composer who employed elements of the Italian style in his music, having studied the tradition established by Corelli. Though he wrote many sonatas and concertos for violin, few of those are well known today. Of the sonatas for violin and continuo, the most popular is undoubtedly the Sonata in D Major, Op. 9, No. 3. It is a bright, sunny work in four movements, rife with ornaments and double-stops.

This edition for violin and piano contains a part for cello or bass ad lib, and is edited by Frederick F. Polnauer. Published by Schott Music.

Difficulty: A4


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Leclair, Jean-Marie - Three Original Sonatas, Op. 3, Nos. 2, 4, and 6 - Two Violins - edited by Carl Herrmann - Edition Peters

Item# 0572 106

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  • Instrumentation: Violin Duets
  • Composer: Leclair
  • Publisher: Edition Peters
Jean-Marie Leclair was an important violinist-composer of the French Baroque. He is often called Leclair l'aine (the Elder), to distinguish him from his younger brother, also called Jean-Marie, who is often called Leclair le cadet (the Younger). His Six Sonatas for Two Violins, Op. 3 (of which these three sonatas are part) are exemplary of French Baroque writing, particularly in their florid ornamentation, and provide both violinists with equal opportunities to exhibit their talents. Opus 3 was composed in 1730, around the same time as Leclair's second marriage to Louise Roussel, a music engraver who would go on to publish all the composer's work from Op. 2 onward.

This edition for two violins is not complete; only Sonatas 2, 4, and 6 are included. Edited by Carl Herrmann, published by Edition Peters.

Difficulty: A4

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Leclair, Jean-Marie - Six Sonatas for Two Violins, Op. 3 - edited by Wiard Rost - Heinrichshofen

Item# 0540 106

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  • Instrumentation: Violin Duets
  • Composer: Leclair
  • Publisher: Heinrichshofen
Jean-Marie Leclair was an important violinist-composer of the French Baroque. He is often called Leclair l'aine (the Elder), to distinguish him from his younger brother, also called Jean-Marie, who is often called Leclair le cadet (the Younger). These Six Sonatas for Two Violins, Op. 3 are exemplary of French Baroque writing, particularly in their florid ornamentation, and provide both violinists with equal opportunities to exhibit their talents. Opus 3 was composed in 1730, around the same time as Leclair's second marriage to Louise Roussel, a music engraver who would go on to publish all the composer's work from Op. 2 onward.

This edition for two violins is edited by Wiard Rost. Published by Heinrichshofen's Verlag, distributed by Edition Peters.

Difficulty: A4

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Leclair, Jean-Marie - Six Sonatas, Op. 12, Book 1 (Nos. 1-3) - Two Violas - edited by Walter Lebermann - Schott Edition

Item# 2306 107

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  • Instrumentation: Multiple Violas (3+)
  • Composer: Leclair
  • Publisher: Schott
Jean-Marie Leclair was an important violinist-composer of the French Baroque. He is often called Leclair l'ainé (the Elder), to distinguish him from his younger brother, also called Jean-Marie, who is often called Leclair le cadet (the Younger). His Six Sonatas, Op. 3 (originally for two violins) are exemplary of French Baroque writing, particularly in their florid ornamentation, and provide both players with equal opportunities to exhibit their talents. Opus 3 was composed in 1730, around the same time as Leclair's second marriage to Louise Roussel, a music engraver who would go on to publish all the composer's work from Op. 2 onward.

This version for two violas is Volume 1 only, and contains Sonatas 1 through 3. Parts are in score form (both parts on the same page). Transcribed and edited by Walter Lebermann. Published by Schott Music.

Difficulty: A4


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Leclair, Jean-Marie - Six Sonatas, Op. 12, Book 2 (Nos. 4-6) - Two Violas - edited by Walter Lebermann - Schott Edition

Item# 2306 207

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  • Instrumentation: Multiple Violas (3+)
  • Composer: Leclair
  • Publisher: Schott
Jean-Marie Leclair was an important violinist-composer of the French Baroque. He is often called Leclair l'ainé (the Elder), to distinguish him from his younger brother, also called Jean-Marie, who is often called Leclair le cadet (the Younger). His Six Sonatas, Op. 3 (originally for two violins) are exemplary of French Baroque writing, particularly in their florid ornamentation, and provide both players with equal opportunities to exhibit their talents. Opus 3 was composed in 1730, around the same time as Leclair's second marriage to Louise Roussel, a music engraver who would go on to publish all the composer's work from Op. 2 onward.

This version for two violas is Volume 2 only, and contains Sonatas 4 through 6. Parts are in score form (both parts on the same page). Transcribed and edited by Walter Lebermann. Published by Schott Music.

Difficulty: A4


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