Leclair, Jean-Marie - Six Sonatas for Two Violins, Op 3 - edited by Wiard Rost - 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.
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Title: Six Sonatas for Two Violins, Op 3
Composer: Jean-Marie Leclair
Editor: Wiard Rost
Instrumentation: Two violins
Parts Included: Violin one and violin two
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