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Six Sonatas for Harpsichord or Piano

Elisabetta de Gambarini (1731-1765) was an English composer, soprano, and orchestra conductor. She published three volumes of harpsichord music. The subscription list from the original 1747 publication, attests to the popularity of Gambarini’s music, naming over 200...

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Six Sonatas for Harpsichord or Piano

The short life of Anna Bon remains mysterious, but intriguing. Little is known about her early years. Since she referred to herself and listed herself in the dedications to her compositions as Anna Bon di Venezia, one might assume that she was born or lived a few of...

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Six Sonatas for Harpsichord or Piano, Op. 1

Charming melodies, rhythmic energy, and Classical style characterize Elizabeth Weichsell Billington’s (1768-1818) Three Sonatas, Op.1. Written when she was eight years old, these pieces will inspire your younger students as well as challenge those students ready to...

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Six Sonatas for Harpsichord or Piano, Op. 2

Enjoy the youthful exuberance and energy which shape these pieces, written when Elizabeth Weichsell Billington (c.1768-1818) was eleven years old. Sonata-allegro forms, rondos and variations abound in these Six Sonatas, Op. 2. Audiences, performers, and students will...

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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...

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Six Sonatas for Piano or Harpsichord

These six sonatas by the English composer Jane Savage (fl. 1780-1790) are engaging galant works of rhythmic energy. They are characterized by beautiful arias filled with pathos; perky, folk-like melodies; variety of rhythms; and sixteenth-note accompaniment. According...

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