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XV Solos for a German Flute, Hoboy, or Violin with a Thorough Bass for the Harpsichord or Bass Violin was published by Friedrich Chrysander in 1879. The 72-page volume contains sonatas, for various instruments, composed by George Frideric Handel. The words on the cover of the publication are: Sonate da Camera di G.F.Handel. The publication includes all the sonatas as published by Walsh in 1732; and those sonatas, as well as extras included by Chrysander, include the body of work that is known as Handel's "Opus 1".

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  • XV Assoli per un flauto tedesco, Oboe, o violino con basso continuo per Clavicembalo o Violino Basso furono pubblicati da Friedrich Chrysander nel 1879. Il volume di 72 pagine contiene sonate per vari strumenti, composto da Georg Friedrich Händel. Le parole sulla copertina della pubblicazione sono: Sonate da Camera di G.F.Handel. La pubblicazione include tutte le sonate come pubblicate da Walsh nel 1732; e quelle sonate, così come quelle extra incluse da Chrysander, includono il corpo del lavoro che è conosciuto come "Opus 1" di Händel.
  • XV Solos for a German Flute, Hoboy, or Violin with a Thorough Bass for the Harpsichord or Bass Violin was published by Friedrich Chrysander in 1879. The 72-page volume contains sonatas, for various instruments, composed by George Frideric Handel. The words on the cover of the publication are: Sonate da Camera di G.F.Handel. The publication includes all the sonatas as published by Walsh in 1732; and those sonatas, as well as extras included by Chrysander, include the body of work that is known as Handel's "Opus 1".
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  • XV Assoli per un flauto tedesco, Oboe, o violino con basso continuo per Clavicembalo o Violino Basso furono pubblicati da Friedrich Chrysander nel 1879. Il volume di 72 pagine contiene sonate per vari strumenti, composto da Georg Friedrich Händel. Le parole sulla copertina della pubblicazione sono: Sonate da Camera di G.F.Handel. La pubblicazione include tutte le sonate come pubblicate da Walsh nel 1732; e quelle sonate, così come quelle extra incluse da Chrysander, includono il corpo del lavoro che è conosciuto come "Opus 1" di Händel. Oltre alle 15 sonate indicate dal titolo della pubblicazione, Chrysander ha aggiunto gli spartiti di quattro sonate aggiuntive, arrivando a diciannove in tutto. Le prime sedici sonate (Ia, Ib e i numeri da II a XV) sono state incluse come parte del volume HG 27. La sonata VI e le ultime quattro sonate sono state incluse come parte del volume HG 48 (pp. 112–139). Lo strumento musicale menzionato all'inizio di ogni sonata non sempre corrisponde allo strumento per cui il lavoro è stato originariamente scritto da Händel, tuttavia Chrysander era consapevole che la vendita della pubblicazione sarebbe stata rafforzata con l'inserimento di una grande varietà di strumenti. Ogni sonata fa vedere la melodia e le linee dei bassi, con l'aspettativa che un tastierista competente fornisca le parti interne omesse, in base alle marcature del basso continuo. Nonostante il titolo, ci sono cinque strumenti menzionati nel lavoro: il traverso (flauto), il flauto (flauto dolce), l'oboe, il violino e la viola da gamba.
  • XV Solos for a German Flute, Hoboy, or Violin with a Thorough Bass for the Harpsichord or Bass Violin was published by Friedrich Chrysander in 1879. The 72-page volume contains sonatas, for various instruments, composed by George Frideric Handel. The words on the cover of the publication are: Sonate da Camera di G.F.Handel. The publication includes all the sonatas as published by Walsh in 1732; and those sonatas, as well as extras included by Chrysander, include the body of work that is known as Handel's "Opus 1". In addition to the 15 sonatas indicated by the title of the publication, Chrysander appended the scores of four additional sonatas, making nineteen in all. The first sixteen sonatas (Ia, Ib, and numbers II to XV) were included as part of the HG volume 27. Sonata VI and the final four sonatas were included as part of HG volume 48 (pp. 112–139). The musical instrument mentioned at the start of each sonata does not always match the instrument for which the work was originally written by Handel, however Chrysander was aware that the sale of the publication would be enhanced by the inclusion of a wide variety of instruments. Each sonata displays the melody and bass lines—with the expectation that a competent keyboard player would supply the omitted inner parts based on the figured bass markings. Despite the title, there are five instruments mentioned in the work: the traversa (flute), the flauto (recorder), the hoboy (oboe), the violin, and the viola da gamba.
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