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Original Title: Trio in F (HWV 389, from Op. 2)

Composer: George Frideric Handel (1685-1759)

Date: c. 1733 (Walsh edition)

Key: F Major

Form: Trio sonata; five movements.

Style: Baroque

Original Scoring: Oboe, Violin, VC (no bass figuring).

Source: Copyist's manuscript (Morgenstern) from the archives of the Dresden State Orchestra (Schrank II collection), c. 1735-50

Editor: T.H. Richards

Editorial Category: Integral transcription. In the original key.

Edition Scoring: Alto recorder; Tenor recorder; Violoncello/Viola da gamba. (No bass figuring.)

Contents: Full score, commentary, critical notes, and three instrumental parts (25 pages total)

Comments: This work is an excellent choice for advancing amateurs not yet comfortable playing the aggressively virtuosic sonatas of Telemann and Vivaldi. Written in five movements (Larghetto, Allegro, Adagio, Allegro, Allegro). The fourth movement is a particularly delightful fugato.

Commentary and critical notes in English, French, and German.


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