Abel, Carl Friedrich (1732–1787): Six Sonatas for harpsichord op. 2
Sonatas III–IV

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with accompaniment for a violin or flute and a violoncello, edited by Leonore and Günter von Zadow, introduction by Stephen Roe. Already in his second year in London, Carl Friedrich Abel published his Accompanied Harpsichord Sonatas op. 2 there, and they became a great success, which we can conclude from the numerous reprints in London, Paris and Leipzig as well as from the many surviving copies. The introduction to our edition was written by Stephen Roe, a proven expert on the keyboard music of Johann Christian Bach. He writes that these sonatas surpass all the works of J. C. Bach published in the 1760s in virtuosity and complexity. Edition Güntersberg

Sonatas III–IV

Also available:
Sonatas I–II
Sonatas V–VI