Bréval: Three Duetts for Violin and Viola, Op 19, No. 4 in A Major, No. 5 in B-flat Major and No. 6 in G Major
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 for Violin and Viola were published in the early 1780s; the title page indicates the second parts may be played on bass (cello) as well, though those transpositions are not included here.
No 4. The first movement is a sonata form, the second a brief Adagio, and the third a Rondo marked "Grazioso."
No 5. There only two movements: the first is a sonata form and the second a theme with 3 variations.
No 6. The first movement is a sonata form, the second an Adagio, and the third a Rondo [Presto] marked "Balabille", a Classic period corps de ballet dance, usually spelled Ballabile.
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