1st Edition

Solo Keyboard Works Franz Seydelmann

Edited By Bernard Bauchili Copyright 1997

    First Published in 1997. Born in Dresden Germany, in 1748 Franz Seydelmann was an active music composer. He is principally known for his operas and church music, however he also wrote twenty-three sonatas, including seven solo harpischord sonatas, a Capriccio with variations and the Six Sonatas for Two Persons at Keyboard.

    Introduction to the Series -- Preface -- Sources and Editorial Notes -- Six Sonatas for Solo Harpsichord -- Sonata No. 1 in A major -- Allegro di molto — Menuetto — Rondeau Allegretto -- Sonata No. 2 in G major -- Allegro brillante Andantino — Allegro assai -- Sonata No. 3 in F major -- Allegro — Rondeau — Presto -- Sonata No. 4 in B flat major -- Allegro — Andantmo — Allegro assai -- Sonata No. 5 in E flat major -- Allegro — Rondeau — Minuetto -- Sonata No. 6 in D major -- Allegro — Andantino con Variazioni — Allegro assai -- Sonata in G minor for Solo Harpsichord -- Cantabile — Vivace -- Allegretto, del Capriccio Corretto -- “cosa serve aver un core”, con Variazioni, for harpsichord.


    Edited by Bernard Bauchili