Dieterich Buxtehude (~1637-1707)
for viola da gamba, violone or 2nd viola da gamba and basso continuo
Editor: Günter and Leonore von Zadow, publication date: 2007-03, continuo realisation: Dankwart von Zadow, source: RISM: S-Uu Utl.instr.mus.i hskr. 13:24
|G127||D. Buxtehude, Sonata in D major, for viola da gamba, violone etc., BuxWV 267, VdG+Vlne/VdG+Bc, score, 3 parts, second score with realisation, 36 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-127-4||17.50 €|
Besides Buxtehude’s 14 trio sonatas in op.1 and op.2 there are six further instrumental sonatas. Among this group is also the present sonata with the unusual and unique instrumentation of viola da gamba, violone, and basso continuo. With “violone” an 8’ instrument was intended, i.e. its part should sound as notated, and not an octave lower. For this reason lacking a violone, the part could be played by a second viola da gamba or even by a cello. – Our edition consists of a score of the three original parts, three part booklets, and a separate score with a continuo realisation.