Trio in D major, F.47 (Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann)

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PMLP523755-Friedemann, Score.pdf
Editor:

Ary van Leeuwen (1875-1953)

Publisher Info.:

Leipzig: Wilhelm Zimmermann, (betw.1928–1935?). Plate Z. 11582.

Reprinted:

Frankfurt, n.d.(after 1950). Catalog ZM 1094

Copyright:

Public Domain [tag/del]

Misc. Notes:

600 dpi. Published by 1935.

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General Information

Work Title Trio in D major
Alternative Title Sonata; Trio a 2 Flauti e Cembalo Sigr W. F. Bach (from an early copy)
Composer Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann
Opus/Catalogue Number F.47
Key D major
Movements/Sections 3 Movements
Year/Date of Composition 1740 ca. (not later than ca.1763; see below)
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 2 Flutes and Continuo
External Links RISM 469364400 (copy of the parts, partially anonymous/unknown, partially by F. Baumann, in the Singing Academy @ Berlin library)
RISM 000141595 (18th-century copy according to the Library of Congress, which now has it. Title on copy is as above- Trio etc.- hence, tagging as trio)
RISM 469364901 (description of ca.1763 abschrift at Singakademie Berlin, made by Johann Christian Bach and "Copyist of Halle (Saale)")


Misc. Comments

Most Baroque works we call "trio sonatas" were (it seems) called "sonatas" by their composers, and absent good evidence that "trio" was a contemporary name for them and not a later attachment, this is how we tag them. The early (18th-century, judges the Library of Congress) copy that does in fact so name it is probably sufficient to the task, though; the ca.1763 copy made partially by his brother Johann Christian, partially by an anonymous Halle copyist, held by S.A. Berlin, even moreso. - Schissel (note: the Zimmermann edition is mentioned as having been used for a concert in 1935 or so, in a contemporary (that is, 1935-or-so) issue of "The Sinfonian of Phi Mu Alpha".)

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