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3 Sonatas op. 3

By Robert Valentine

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Treble recorder and basso continuo (cello ad libitum) - easy to intermediate
Composed by Robert Valentine (1680-1735). Edited by Beatrice Ruf and Hugo Ruf. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Original Music for Recorder. Book only. Op. 3. 36 pages. Schott Music #OFB 205. Published by Schott Music (HL.49017077).

Item Number: HL.49017077

ISBN 9790001148955.

Robert Valentine, born in Leicester around 1680, was one of the few English masters of Baroque music who achieved fame and enjoyed a high standing beyond the borders of his home country instead of within. He made his fortune in Italy where he seemed to have spent most of his lifetime. It is assumed that he returned to England in 1731. He died at an unknown place around 1735.Valentine was a talented composer. Apart from some concertos, he mainly wrote and published solo sonatas, trio sonatas and duets, works who clearly show his preference for the flute, he himself being a flutist.

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