Allegro from Sonata in F

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This piece contains excellent lessons in baroque articulation and bowing styles. Be sure to instruct your ensemble to play detache semiquavers and short martele quavers. The first violin part includes many string crossing sections, which all sit very well under the fingers. The lower parts are quite challenging, and should always be played with a slightly lifted feel – never heavy – to capture the correct continuo style.

Title arrow Allegro from Sonata in F
Composer arrow Georg Friedrich Handel
Arranger arrow Loreta Fin
Standard arrow Intermediate to Advanced
Grade arrow 3-3.5
Catalogue No. arrow Alfred Music: 76-30175

Listen to a recording of Allegro from Sonata in F
The folio contains:
Parts for string orchestra (8-8-4-4-5-2)
Conductor’s score
Piano accompaniment

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Georg Friedrich Handel