Carl Friedrich Abel (1723-1787)
Berlin Sonatas for violoncello and bass
G major and A major
Editor: Günter and Leonore von Zadow, publication date: 2007-02, introduction: Michael O’Loghlin, source: RISM: D-B KHM 24, 25
|G107||C.F. Abel, Two Berlin Sonatas for violoncello and bass, WKO 147 and 148, 2Vc/Vc+Bc, 2 scores, 32 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-107-6||15.50 €|
Abel was a supreme master of what was in his time the galant style. These sonatas for violoncello have been composed around 1782 during Abel's stay in Berlin, possibly for the Prussian crown prince Frederick William. The player of today likes them as a welcome addition of the early classic repertoire. They can also be used very well for teaching.