Leclair, Jean-Marie | Sonates à deux violons sans basse | Oeuvre III (1730)

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Original edition, restored & enlarged.

  •  "On peut jouer ces sonates à deux Violes."
  • Instrumentation: 2 violins or 2 viola da gamba
  • Edition | Source: Facsimile (2019) | John Walsh, London, 1705
  • Notation | Clefs: G1
  • Paper | Binding: ivory paper, ivory card stock cover & metallic binding
  • Pages | Format: 2 volumes (part-books for violin), 56 pages - 216 x 356 mm
  • Weight: 260 g
Jean-Marie Leclair has been called the “Corelli of France” and the “French Vivaldi”; yet though he was doubtless the most Italianate of French-born composers, his keen attention to harmonic detail, to the exactness of ornamentation, to melodic gracefulness, and to both strong and varied formal construction make him a true representative of French specificity.
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