Johann Gottlieb oder Carl Heinrich Graun
Trio in G major
for two flutes and basso continuo
Editor: Günter and Leonore von Zadow, publication date: 2006-09, introduction: Michael O’Loghlin, continuo realisation: Lore Everling, source: GraunWV Cv:XV:115 (Wendt 54)
|G102||Graun, Trio in G major, for 2 flutes an b.c., First Edition, 2Fl+Bc, score with realisation, 3 parts, 24 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-102-1||14.80 €|
This trio is perhaps unique among the 140-odd trios of the Graun brothers in that each movement begins with a theme in parallel thirds instead of the more usual imitative entries. The frequent use of parallel textures, as well as the shape of the melodic lines, gives the work a rather more French feel than in the usually more Italianate Graun trios. Although ideally suited to flutes, the work could also be played on oboes or violins.