I In G Major For Violin And Basso Continuo, BWV 1021. Sonata No I In B Minor For Violin And Harpsichord, BWV 1014. Viola da Gamba – Judith Davidoff. Violin – Sonya Monosoff. Performed on instruments from the collection of the Division of Musical Instruments, National Museum of History and Technology, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, .
Sonya Monosoff studied the violin with Louis Persinger. She also studied chamber music with Felix Salmond and Hans Letz1. A graduate of the Juilliard School of Music, she joined the Quartet Galimir, refounded by Felix Galimir during his exile in America. 1964: Biber, 8 Sonatas for solo violin and continuo (1681) - János Scholz, viola da gamba; Melville Smith, harpsichord (LP Cambridge SRC Records, 1812). 1967: Vivaldi, The Four Seasons - Sonya Monosoff, Helen Kwalwasser, Nadia Koutzen, solo violins; Eugenia Earle, harpsichord; New York Sinfonietta Dir. Max Goberman (LP Odyssey 32 16 0131). 1978: Geminiani, Sonatas II and X, opus 1; Sonatas I and XI, opus 4 - James Weaver, harpsichord; Judith Davidoff, baroque cello (LP Musical Heritage Society).
Bach: Six Sonatas for Violin and Harpsichord; Two Sonatas for Violin and Basso Continuo. Sonatas for violin and keyboard BWV 1014-1019 Sonata No. 1 in G major for Violin & Basso Continuo BWV 1021 Sonata No. 2 in e minor for Violin & Basso Continuo BWV 1023. Sonya Monosoff (Violin); James Weaver (Harpsichord); Juth Davidoff (Viola da gamba). Smithsonian Collection of Recordings.
Six Sonatas for Violin and Harpsichord, Two Sonatas for Violin and Basso Continuo. Johann Sebastian Bach; Sonya Monosoff, James Weaver, Judith Davidoff. Big Band Jazz From the Beginnings to the Fifties, Volume 2. Various Artists.
Sonatas; For violin, continuo; Scores featuring the violin; Scores with basso continuo; For 1 player with continuo; For strings, continuo (arr); For strings with continuo; Scores featuring string ensemble; For violin, piano (arr); For 2 players; Scores featuring the piano. Arrangements and Transcriptions. 1 Sonatas 1, 11, 2, 5, 7, 9. . 1 For Strings and Continuo (Composer). 1 For Violin and Piano (Jensen). 3 General Information. violin, continuo (harpsichord, cello). 6 of the sonatas were arranged by the composer in 1743 as "Concertos".
Sonya Monosoﬀ has also carved a niche in the ﬁeld, but not exclusively, and Austrian Eduard Melkus has gained a formidable reputation as a soloist and as founder of the Vienna Capella Academica (est. 1965), even if his style and technique occasionally espoused elements that are, strictly speaking, unauthentic. J. S. Bach’s six sonatas for violin with obbligato keyboard BWV1014–19 triggered oﬀ the gradual demise of the sonata for violin and continuo, even though that genre is well represented in his oeuvre and was perpetuated well into the eighteenth century by Heinichen, Pisendel, J. G. Graun, Franz Benda and others.
Francesco Geminiani: Sonatas and Arias for Flute and Basso Continuo.
Get this from a library! Four sonatas for violin and continuo. Program notes by the violinist on container. Performer(s): Sonya Monosoff, baroque violin ; James Weaver, harpsichord ; Judith Davidoff, baroque violoncello. Description: 1 audio disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo ; 12 in.
|Sonata II In D Minor, Opus 1||(8:53)|
|A1||Grave, Allegro, Adagio, Allegro|
|Sonata X In E Major, Opus 1||(9:14)|
|A2||Adagio, Allegro, Adagio, Allegro|
|Sonata I In D Major, Opus 4||(12:20)|
|B1||Adagio, Allegro, Largo, Allegro Assai|
|Sonata XI In B Minor, Opus 4||(7:10)|
|B2||Largo, Allegro, Adagio, Allegro|
- Cello [Baroque] – Judith Davidoff
- Harpsichord – James Weaver
- Violin [Baroque], Liner Notes – Sonya Monosoff
NotesRecording made possible by the support of the Hull Memorial Publication Fund of Cornell University.
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- Other (Library Of Congress Catalog Card No.): 77-751414