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Flute, Piano Accompaniment Instrumental Work

Eleven Sonatas for Flute (Treble Recorder) and Basso Continuo (Piano). This new Urtext edition draws on all available sources, incorporating the revised version of the Halle Handel Edition to produce a definitive reading for the new millennium.

£7.50
Piano Accompaniment, Soprano (Descant) Recorder Instrumental Album

Selected Minuets For Descant Recorder (Violin, Flute, Viola da gamba) and Basso continuo TWV 34 from the collection "Zweites sieben mal sieben und ein Menuett".

£19.00
Flute, Oboe, Violin, Continuo, Alto (Treble) Recorder Instrumental Album

Nicolas Chedeville, Six Sonatas for violin (flute or oboe) and bc. Attributed to Antonio Vivaldi. Set on the ABRSM grade 7 Treble Recorder syllabus and grade 4 Flute syllabus. Edition no.: HM 135

£12.00
Orchestra Part
The six Brandenburg Concertos BWV 1046-1051, prized jewels of the world's musical heritage, were written in 1721 during Bach’s appointment in Cöthen.
£15.00
Flute, Harpsichord, Violin, String Orchestra Score
Authoritative Urtext Edition of Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No 5. This full score version, edited by Heinrich Besseler and Alfred Durr, is for Flute solo, Violin Solo, Harpsichord Solo, and Strings.
£9.00
Piano, Alto (Treble) Recorder Instrumental Work
Telemann's Methodical Sonata For Treble Recorder And Basso Continuo In G Minor was based on Sonata in E minor from "12 Methodical Sonatas for Flute or Violin and Basso Continuo".
£24.00
Cello, Continuo Instrumental Album
Domenico Gabrielli's Complete Works For Violoncello in an authoritative Urtext Edition. Edition number: HM279
£13.00
Flute, String Ensemble, Continuo, Alto (Treble) Recorder Score

Georg Philipp Telemann's Concerto For Recorder And Flute In E Minor TWV 52:e1.

£11.00
Chamber Group, Soprano (Descant) Recorder Score
on Recorders and other Instruments
£28.00
Harpsichord, Organ Instrumental Album

This Urtext edition contains a selection of Cabezon's best known works and consists of four volumes. It has been prepared by two editors working at Portuguese and Spanish universities who are both leading scholars of the works of Cabezón and reflects the latest research findings.