Two Sonatas for Harpsichord, Piano, or Harp
Sonata I and Sonata II in E-flat Major
Nothing is known of the life of Caroline Campbell except that she left us two compositions from the late eighteenth century: Two Sonatas and Three English Airs with Variations (harp or harpsichord), London, 1787); and Two Sonatas and Six Songs and Some English Airs with Variations, Op. 11 (harp and accompaniment), London, 1788.
The two sonatas in this collection are from the Two Sonatas and Three English Airs with Variations (harp or harpsichord), London, 1787.
Both of these Two Sonatas are in the major key of E-flat and have two movements. These Two Sonatas are a welcome addition to the performing and teaching repertoire of the Classical period. They are well constructed, interesting, and rewarding for both the performer and the listener.