12 Violin Sonatas, Op.5 (Corelli, Arcangelo)
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Scores and Parts
Gasparo Pietra Santa
Rome: Gasparo Pietra Santa, n.d..
#304264 - Title-page and prefatory material missing.
#304362 - Same scan as #304264, converted to monochrome.
#319352 - scan of different examplar (BSB 4 Mus pr 25607)
London: printed for the author and sold by J. Walsh, n.d..
London: R. Cocks & Co., n.d., Plate (2488).
Title: A New Edition of Corelli's Twelve Solos for the Violin & Violoncello with a Thorough Bass for the Piano Forte or Harpsichord, in which a simple method is adopted for facilitating the reading of the Tenor Clef, by Muzio Clementi.
Antonio Tonelli (1686-1765)
Biblioteca Estense Universitaria, Modena (I-MOe): Mus.F.1174.
Venice: Antonio Zatta e figli, n.d. (1795).
I-CRsp, Fondo Albert Dunning 44
Johann Gottlieb Morgenstern (1687-1763)
Amsterdam: Estienne Roger, n.d.
Supposedly as Corelli himself ornamented it on a concert and approved by Corelli before publishing. Scan of a copy of the music made to fit 2 pages on one A4 page. Printing it at 200% to "landscape"-oriented A3 will make the music more readable.
London: Printed for the author and sold by J. Walsh, n.d..
Parte prima (Nos.1-6)
Original violin parts and ornamented violin parts
*#121732 - 0.32MB, 20 pp. - (4) - !N/!N/!N - 9818x⇩
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Strings and Continuo (Geminiani)
For Violin, Cello and Piano (Pigott)
George Pigott (1795-1854)
London: George Pigott, 1849.
Dedicated to Lord Saltoun.
Title: Twelve Solos for the Violin, composed by Arcangelo Corelli, with an accompaniment for the Piano Forte, and Separate Parts for the Violin, Violoncello or Contra Basso, by George Pigott.
For Violin and Piano (Dolmetsch)
Arnold Dolmetsch (1858-1940)
London: Novello, 1888. Plates 7615-7616
This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project.
The violin parts of Nos 1, 2, 8-12 are heavily pencil marked. For a clean print use the Jensen edition.
For Violin and Piano (Jensen)
Gustav Jensen (1843-1895)
London: Augener, . Plate 9589ff.
This file is from the MIT archive project.
Continuo part has been realised, articulations and dynamic markings have been added. In the Follia, the edition is generally good and quite similar to the "London: Preston & Son, n.d.(ca.1789)" and "London: Augener & Co., Nos.4936a-e, 1888-1891. Plate 9443" ones, but contains a certain number of errors: for instance, a missing DO at page 2, 6th measure, in the violin part.
See greyscale scans of the complete violin parts .
For String Orchestra (Pinelli)
Ettore Pinelli (1843-1915)
Sarabanda, Giga e Badinerie
Manuscript, n.d.(20th century)
For String Quartet (Anonymous)
For Recorder and Continuo (Walsh)
John Walsh [?]
London: John Walsh & J. Hare, n.d..
Frontispiece: Title-page transcription Six Solos for a Flute and a Bass by Archangelo Corelli Being the second part of his Fifth Opera containing Preludes, Allmands, Corrants, Jiggs, Sarabands, Gavotts, with the Spanish Folly. The whole exactly Transpos'd and made fitt for a Flute and a Bass with the aprobation of severall Eminent Masters
Parts labelled 'Fluto Primo' and 'Fluto Basso', the latter appears to be a figured continuo part. 'Flute' here of course denotes recorder. Sonatas are numbered I-VI, although they are really 7-12.</span>
For Flute and Continuo (Anonymous)
|Work Title||12 Violin Sonatas, Op.5|
|Dedication||Sophie Charlotte, Electress of Brandenburg|
|Composer Time Period||Baroque|
|Related Works||See also List of compositions with the theme "La Follia"|