TitelseiteDieterich Buxtehude (~1637-1707)
VII. Suonate à due, Violino et Violadagamba con Cembalo, Opera secunda. Hamburg 1696

for violin, viola da gamba, and harpsichord

Preface Reviews [in German version] Sample page CDs [in German version] 2nd sample page Errata / Addenda Deutsche Version

Editor: Günter and Leonore von Zadow, publication date: 2007-05, introduction: Thomas Fritzsch, continuo realisation: Angela Koppenwallner, source: RISM: S-Uu Utl.instr.mus.tr.52:1-4

Order information

G111D. Buxtehude, VII. Suonate à due, BuxWV 259, Sonata in B-flat major op.2,1, V+VdG+Bc, score, 3 parts, 2nd score with realisation, 56 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-111-317.50 €[+]
G112D. Buxtehude, VII. Suonate à due, BuxWV 260, Sonata in D major op.2,2, V+VdG+Bc, score, 3 parts, 2nd score with realisation, 64 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-112-017.50 €[+]
G113D. Buxtehude, VII. Suonate à due, BuxWV 261, Sonata in G minor op.2,3, V+VdG+Bc, score, 3 parts, 2nd score with realisation, 64 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-113-717.50 €[+]
G114D. Buxtehude, VII. Suonate à due, BuxWV 262, Sonata in C minor op.2,4, V+VdG+Bc, score, 3 parts, 2nd score with realisation, 44 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-114-417.50 €[+]
G115D. Buxtehude, VII. Suonate à due, BuxWV 263, Sonata in A major op.2,5, V+VdG+Bc, score, 3 parts, 2nd score with realisation, 52 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-115-117.50 €[+]
G116D. Buxtehude, VII. Suonate à due, BuxWV 264, Sonata in E major op.2,6, V+VdG+Bc, score, 3 parts, 2nd score with realisation, 52 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-116-817.50 €[+]
G117D. Buxtehude, VII. Suonate à due, BuxWV 265, Sonata in F-major op.2,7, V+VdG+Bc, score, 3 parts, 2nd score with realisation, 44 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-117-517.50 €[+]
G119D. Buxtehude, VII. Suonate à due, BuxWV 259-265, op.2 complete, V+VdG+Bc, each: score, 3 parts, 2nd score with realisation, 324 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-119-9105.00 €[+]

Description

Whereas at the time of publication of Opera 1 and 2 many Italian sonatas were in four movements, the course of Buxtehude's sonatas is entirely unpredictable and incorporates the Stylo phantastico . In Buxtehude's handwriting, it displays over long stretches the character of a notated improvisation. It is the juxtaposition of the Stylo phantastico with strict (contrapuntal, learned) compositional technique that lends Buxtehude's sonatas their captivating unpredictability. Our edition consists of a score of the three original parts, three part booklets, and a separate score with a continuo realisation.

Errata / Addenda