Six Sonatas for Piano or Harpsichord
Nothing is known about the life of Jane Freer except what appears on the title page and in the preface of these Six Sonatas. The title page states that these Sonatas were composed by Jane Freer, of the Foundling Hospital, London. She was a blind composer raised and educated from infancy by the Foundling Hospital of London.
These sonatas are characteristic of the early Classic period (perhaps the 1770s), mostly in three movements. An excellent alternative to Mozart and Haydn sonatas. Medium Difficulty.