Sonata Abella

$15.00

Johann Pezel (born Johann Christoph Petzold) was a German violinist, trumpeter, and composer who lived from 1639 to 1694. He published a considerable number of instrumental works and “Sonata Abella” was taken from one of his later string ensemble collections.

Strive for contrast with the opening theme (light and separated) and the 3/2 section (faster and smoother). Use only one piccolo and one first flute. Other parts can be doubled.

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Title:
Sonata Abella
Composer:
Johann Christoph Pezel
Arranger:
Al Hager
Tempo/Style:
Lightly
Length:
5 to 6 minutes
Parts:
7 parts
Difficulty:
Difficult
Instruments:
1 Piccolo
4 C flutes
1 Alto flute (optional C part for Alto)
1 Bass flute
1 Contrabass flute (optional)

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