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Goldberg, Johann Gottlieb Johann Gottlieb Goldberg
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(1727 - 1756)
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Goldberg, Johann Gottlieb: Trio Sonata in C for Clarinets & Piano

Trio Sonata in C for Clarinets & Piano
Johann Gottlieb Goldberg

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Trio Sonata in C for Clarinets & Piano
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Composer :Johann Gottlieb GoldbergJohann Gottlieb Goldberg (1727 - 1756)
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2 Clarinets, 1 Piano

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Johann Gottlieb GoldbergMagatagan, Mike (1960 - )
Copyright :Public Domain
Johann Gottlieb Goldberg (1727 -- 1756) was a German virtuoso harpsichordist, organist, and composer of the late Baroque and early Classical period. He is most famous for lending his name, as the probable original performer, to the renowned Goldberg Variations of J.S. Bach.

Goldberg's works, while much less famous than the composition by Bach that used his name, varied widely in style, showing influences from most of the musical trends during that transitional period in music history. His earlier works are similar to those of J.S. Bach, and suggest that the story he studied with the famous composer may be true; his later works show that he was sensitive to the popular tastes of the Dresden court, especially in his use of the galant style. Some of his last works, especially the concertos, use a sophisticated harmonic language akin to that of Bach's son Carl Philipp Emanuel, and were probably written for the musicians of Heinrich von Brühl. Syncopation, chromaticism, and melodies with a wide range are characteristic of these later works.

His output includes cantatas, probably written in Leipzig in the early 1740s; trio sonatas; keyboard music, including 24 polonaises, one in each of the major and minor keys; concertos for harpsichord; and a set of chorale preludes which has been lost.

Although originally written for Violin & Harpsichord, I created this arrangement for Clarinet Duet and Acoustic Piano.
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Added by magataganm the 2013-12-21

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