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Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel (1714 - 1788)

Concerto per Flauto in sol maggiore [Wq 169]
Sample Score

The present edition is a transcription from the autograph score (ms. Mus. ms. autogr. Bach P 769 online available at the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin - Preussischer Kulturbesitz). Caption title: „No. 35 / G d. / Concert für die Flöte,  / bey / C.P.E. Bach“. This score also serves for the organ concerto, Wq 34, which is identical to the flute concerto, except for some passages. In fact, some ornaments in the flute part are those specific ones of the organ part.

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Sonatina a Cembalo concertato con 2 Flauti traversi, 2 Violini, Violetta e Basso [Wq 108, 1766]
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The reference source of Sonatina III (1766 - Wq 108) is the ancient printed edition of separate parts, available online at Gallica, BNF, Paris.

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Concerto per il Cembalo con 2 Violini, Violetta e Basso [Wq 25]
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The source of Concerto Wq 25 is the ancient printed edition of separate parts, published in Nürnberg in 1745.

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Concerto per il Cembalo [Wq 43,3]
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The source of Concerto (1772 - Wq 43,3) is the 1772 printed edition of separate parts, available online at Copenhagen Royal Library.

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Trio per Viola, Flauto basso e Basso continuo [Wq. 163 ]
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The source of Trio in F major (1755) Wq 163 is the urtext Edition Schott 10170, London, 1951, available online at Petrucci Music Library.

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Divertimento H. 642
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Source of Divertimento[H. 642] is a manuscript of separate parts published at the Digital Library of Wroclaw University. In cover page the piece is assigned to C. P. E. Bach, while the style is more likely that of his brother Johann Christian. Nonetheless it appears in the Helm catalogue, but not in Wotquenne.

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Trio per due Violini e Basso "Der Sanguineus mit dem Melancholicus" [Wq 161/1, 1748]
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The reference source of Trio Wq 161/1, http://hdl.handle.net/1802/4652, University of Rochester Library, has the following caption title: „ZWEY TRIO, / das erste für / zwey VIOLINEN und BASS, / das zweyte für / I. QUERFLÖTE, I. VIOLINE und BASS, / bey welchen beyden aber die eine von den / Obers-timmen auch auf dem Flügel / gespielet werden kan: / ... / von / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach / Königl. Preussischen Cammer Musicus. / Nürnberg...“.

Version 2.0 with a new editorial format and a revision of staccato notation. Version 1.0 was published on February 13, 2008.
Trio per Flauto traversiere, Violino e Basso [Wq 161/2]
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Source of Trio Wq 161/2 is a 1748 printed edition available at University of Rochester Library, with caption title: “ZWEY TRIO, / das erste für / zwey VIOLINEN und BASS, / das zweyte für / I. QUERFLÖTE, I. VIOLINE und BASS, / bey welchen beyden aber die eine von den / Oberstimmen auch auf dem Flügel / gespielet werden kan: / ... / von / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach / Königl. Preussischen Cammer Musicus. / Nürnberg...”.

Version 1.5 (February 8, 2013) with a revised editorial format. First release (version 1.0) was published on February 6, 2008.