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G. Henle Verlag Methodical Sonatas for Flute or Violin and Continuo - Volume 1 Henle Music Softcover by Telemann
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Telemann's sonatas, published in 1728, are methodical according to the meaning of the word in his own day, since in addition to the plain melody line...Click To Read More About This Product
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Telemann's sonatas, published in 1728, are methodical according to the meaning of the word in his own day, since in addition to the plain melody line given to the soloist in the first movements they also provide an ornamented variant each time. Henle publishers commend this instructive and, at the same time, very enjoyable music to today's flautists and violinists. G. Henle's luxurious new publication offers a solo and basso-continuo part in which the two instrumental lines are aligned for orientation, plus another part that gives only an unrealised (but figured) bass line. The Henle edition also includes a full score with a stylistically appropriate continuo realisation.