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Bach, JS - Duets For Young Cellists for Two Cellos - Arranged by Wolerts - Otto Heinrich Noetzel Verlag Edition

Item# 3333 106

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  • Instrumentation: Duet (2 of Same Instrument)
  • Composer: Bach, J. S.
  • Publisher: Heinrichshofen

Groneman, Albertus Six Sonatas, Op 1 Two Violins (or Flutes) edited by Gerhard Braun Heinrichshofen Edition

Item# 0500 106

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  • Instrumentation: Duet (2 of Same Instrument)
  • Composer: Groneman, A.
  • Publisher: Heinrichshofen
Albertus Groneman, a Baroque composer of German origin who spent most of his life in the Netherlands, is not well-remembered today. In his own day, he worked primarily as a violinist and church organist. He lived from 1711 to 1778, so his compositional period would have roughly coincided with those of composers like C.P.E. Bach and Jean-Marie Leclair; these six duets bear some resemblance to the duo sonatas of the latter.

The Six Sonatas, Op. 1, for two flutes or two violins, were composed in 1738 and originally published in 1740. In this publication, the two instrumental parts are presented in score form, so that the players are reading from the same page. There is only one score.  However, the print is clear and bold, and not at all difficult to read.

Difficulty: A4/A5

Edited by Gerhard Braun and published by Heinrichshofen.

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

Item# 0540 106

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  • Instrumentation: Duet (2 of Same Instrument)
  • Composer: Leclair, J. M.
  • 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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