Telemann G.P. - Sonatas (9) for two Flutes without Bass (TWV 40: 141 - 149)



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Telemann, Georg Philipp    (1681-1767)

Nine Sonatas for two Flutes without Bass   TWV 40:141-149
First Edition
Instrumentation: Flute 1, Flute 2

Reviews of this publication:

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Though recovered as part of the long lost Sing-Akademie Berlin
archives in 1999, these sonatas
were first examined in 2002. Knowledge of their existence, or at
least their presumed existence,
is due to their partial use by Johann Joachim Quantz in his solfeggi
for the flute.

The sonatas, possibly composed sometime after 1730, are presented in
a performing score format.
As with Telemann’s other flute music, the Nine Sonatas are equally
suited for performance and
instruction. The expressive melodic qualities of these sonatas
combined with their modest technical
requirements will make these sonatas classics in both lessons and
the concert hall.

- First Edition

- Performing score with facsimiles

- A must edition from a master composer of flute music

“…this volume should be on the shelves of all Telemann devotees,
(The Consort vol. 64 Summer 2008)

„Let’s hope more such flute music will come to light.“

(PAN, September 2007)

„Reipsch’s edition is superb…“

(The Recorder Magazine Summer 2007)

Additional Information:

Sonata in h-Moll TWV 40:141
Sonata in e-Moll TWV 40:142
Sonata in G-Dur TWV 40:143
Sonata in A-Dur TWV 40:144
Sonata in G-Dur TWV 40:145
Sonata in e-Moll TWV 40:146
Sonata in h-Moll TWV 40:147
Sonata in G-Dur TWV 40:148
Sonata in D-Dur TWV 40:149

9 Sonatas TWV40: 141-149 2 Flutes

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