Mrs Philarmonica

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Mrs Philarmonica (fl. 1715) was the pseudonym of an English Baroque composer. She published a collection of 12 trio sonatas for two violins with Richard Meares in London about 1715. Her actual identity is unknown.[1]

Works[edit]

Selected works include:

  • Sonatas for two violins with violoncello obbligato and continuo (violone, harpsichord or organ) Vol I. Edited by Barbara Jackson (Clar-Nan Editions, 2002).
  • Sonatas for two violins with violoncello obbligato and continuo (violone, harpsichord or organ) Vol II. Edited by Barbara Jackson (Clar-Nan Editions, 2003).
  • Sonatas parte seconda: Divertimenti da Camera for 2 violins, violoncello or harpsichord (or organ). Vol. III. Edited by Barbara Jackson (Clar-Nan Editions, 2004).
  • Sonatas parte seconda: Divertimenti da Camera for 2 violins, violoncello or harpsichord (or organ). Vol IV. Edited by Barbara Jackson (Clar-Nan Editions Clar-Nan Editions, 2005).
  • Trio Sonata in A for 2 violins, violoncello, harpsichord (Louisville, KY: Editions Ars Femina, 2000) (Check worldcat.org for location or borrow from University of Michigan library.)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sadie, Julie Anne; Samuel, Rhian (1994). The Norton/Grove dictionary of women composers (Digitized online by GoogleBooks). Retrieved 30 November 2010.