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La Convalescente - Sonate en Trio

The source is the ms. of the score copied by Pisendel. Some parts of the sonata have been later included in “L’Impériale”, published in 1726 in the collection “Les Nations”. The manuscript is available in the digital collections of SLUB, Dresden.
Sample page — 353x
Friday, January 30, 2015
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Usually published scores have original clefs, while separate parts are transposed using currently used clefs.

Hello Mario, You are a wonderful man for making all this music available to us to play and enjoy. I wonder if it would be possible to transpose the music without having to change from one clef to another especially for the violins. Our players complain that they do not know how to read other clefs very well and it bothers them and interferes with easy playing. If it is not too much trouble can you simply stick to one clef the entire piece unless it becomes ridiculous to do so. Otherwise I have the burden of having to transpose all the works and it is hard for me to do so. Sincerely, Sophia

Dear Sophia, Changing clefs is an easy matter for one who has software such as Finale or its subset Printmusic. Your players will find the task easier if the music is available in *.mus, *.xml or *.pdf form.