Bréval: Three Duetts for 2 Violins or Violin and Cello Op 23, No. 4 in G Major, No. 5 in D Major and No. 6 in B-Flat Major
G Major, No. 5 in D Major and No. 6 in B-flat Major. Facsimile set of three 1798 (parts only) and modern performing edition, score and parts, including cello parts.
Jean-Baptiste Bréval (1753–1823) was a French composer and cellist. His Treatise on the Violoncello, Op. 42, was published in 1804. The Six Duetts, Op. 23, for 2 violins or violin and cello were written ca. 1798.
Duett No. 4 in G Major has a sonata form first movement, an Andante second movement titled Romanza and a Rondo third movement marked Presto ma non Troppo.
Duett No. 5 in D Major has a sonata form first movement, an Adagio second movement with a Cadenza and a Rondo third movement marked Presto.
Duett No. 6 in B-flat Major has only two movements: a sonata form first movement and a Minuetto with 4 variations.