6 Sonatas Op. 4A
Urtext
by Tommaso Giordani
Violin Solo - Sheet Music

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Urtext. Composed by Tommaso Giordani. Edited by Martin Lutz. Solo instruments; Softcover. Edition Breitkopf. Tommaso Giordani wrote sonatas - here for violin or flute - that are typical examples of early Classical chamber music: their scoring is flexible, they are fun to play, and their technical demands are moderate. Sonata; Classical. Score. 48 pages. Breitkopf and Haertel #EB 8328. Published by Breitkopf and Haertel (BR.EB-8328).

ISBN 9790004176368. 9 x 12 inches.

Tommaso Giordani wrote sonatas - here for violin or flute - that are typical examples of early Classical chamber music: their scoring is flexible, they are fun to play, and their technical demands are moderate. The Sonatas Op. IVa show that Giordani is a Haydn contemporary who can really hold his own. Giordani's chamber-music works with obbligato piano were actually very important for the development of chamber music. Too bad Giordani did not contend himself with writing more of these enchanting ensemble sonatas rather than investing in dubious opera projects and going bankrupt. That was no way to become a serious Classical composer!

Tommaso Giordani wrote sonatas - here for violin or flute - that are typical examples of early Classical chamber music: their scoring is flexible, they are fun to play, and their technical demands are moderate.