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Title The trio sonata in 17th-century Germany [electronic resource].
Imprint Åkersberga, Sweden : BIS, p2008.

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Description 1 online resource (1 sound file).
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Performer London Baroque (Ingrid Seifert, Richard Gwilt, violins ; Charles Medlan, bass viol ; Terence Chrlston, harpsichord, chamber organ).
Note Recorded Jan. 2005, St. Martin's Church, East Woodhay, Hampshire, England.
Description based on hard copy version record.
M312.4
Subject Trio sonatas (Violins (2), continuo)
Suites (Violins (2), continuo))
Contents Suite in A major / Johann Vierdanck -- Symphonia no. 2 "Dolorosa" / Nicolaus a Kempis -- Lanterley (Sonate a 3) / Johann Schmelzer -- Sonata no. 26 in A major from Sonaten und Suiten / Dietrich Becker -- Sonata in E minor / Johann Rosenmüller -- Sonata in G major / Matthias Weckmann -- Sonata no. 6 in D minor from Harmonia Parnassia / Carolus Jacquart -- Trio sonata in G major / Dietrich Buxtehude -- Trio sonata in F major / Johann Kaspar Kerll -- Partita no. 6 in D major from Harmonia artificiosa-ariosa / Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber.
Other Author Vierdanck, Johann, ca. 1605-1646. Newer Pavanen, Gagliarden, Balletten und Correnten. Nr. 41-44.
Kempis, Nicolaus a, ca. 1600-1676. Symphonies, no. 2.
Schmelzer, Johann Heinrich, ca. 1623-1680. Sonata Lanterly.
Becker, Dietrich, 1623-1679. Sonaten und Suiten (1674). Nr. 26.
Rosenmüller, Johann, ca. 1619-1684. Sonatas (1682). No. 2.
Weckmann, Matthias, 1616?-1674. Trio sonatas, violins, continuo, G major.
Hacquart, Carolus, ca. 1640-1701? Harmonia parnassia. No. 6.
Buxtehude, Dietrich, 1637-1707. Sonatas, violins (2), viola da gamba, continuo, BuxWV 271, G major.
Kerll, Johann Kaspar, 1627-1693. Trio sonatas, violins, continuo, F major.
Biber, Heinrich Ignaz Franz, 1644-1704. Harmonia artificiosa-ariosa. No. 6.
Other Title Source record: London Baroque (Musical group). Trio sonata in 17th-century Germany. Åkersberga, Sweden : BIS, p2008