Cover pageJoseph Reinagle (1752–1825)
Three Solos for the Violoncello, in which are Introduced Favorite Airs

Three Sonatas for Violoncello and Basso

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: 2022-05, source: print London ca. 1805

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G406Joseph Reinagle, Three Solos for the Violoncello, in which are Introduced Favorite Airs, Vc+B, Full score, 2 parts, 64 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-406-018.80 €

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In 1805, the English violinist, cellist and music teacher Joseph Reinagle published these three sonatas for violoncello and basso. The cello part is of medium difficulty. Both parts contain numerous double stops, which indicates that the composer also had in mind a sonorous performance on two violoncellos. With their practical and varied styles of strokes, the sonatas are ideal for teaching. They are full of simple and catchy melodies and thus stimulate the joy of playing.

Errata / Addenda

[12.09.22] G406A page 5
G406A, page 5, bars 30–31 are corrected in the following line. We thank Holger Best.

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