Viola da gamba

Competition Repertoire for the 7th Competition

1. Round

1. Christopher Simpson
(um 1605 - 1669)

One of the first four divisions upon a Ground for the Practice of Learners,

Additionally one of the preludes

or

an own interpretation 'upon a ground' in  the style of Simpson 

 

2. Georg Philipp Telemann
(1681 - 1767)

from „12 Fantasien für Viola da gamba“ solo (Ledenburg-Sammlung):

Fantasia II D-Dur   TWV 40:27 Hamburg 1735  

 

3. Karl Friedrich Abel
(1723 – 1787)

from “den drei Ledenburg-Sonaten”   Sonata II A-Dur   A2:53

 

 

2. Round

1. August Kühnel
(1645 - 1700)

from “Sonate ô Partite”:

Nr. VIII A-Dur

 

 

2. Roland Marais
(um 1685 – 1750)

 

Pieces de viole – deuxieme Livre, Paris 1738

From the Suite in c-moll: Prelude - Allemande (1) -Sarabande

 

 3. Carl Pilipp Emanuel Bach 
(1714 – 1788)

 

Sonata for Viola da Gamba und Cembalo g-Moll Wq 88

 

 

 

 

Final Round                                                   

1. Karl Friedrich Abel   

 

from "27 Stücke für Vdg solo” MS Drexel 5871 Incipits:

2. Johann Sebastian Bach
(1685 – 1750)  
 

 

Sonata for Viola da gamba und Cembalo D–Dur BWV 1028

3. Georg Friedrich Händel
(1685 – 1759)
  

 

„Tra le Fiamme“ HWV 170

for Sopran, Viola da gamba obligato, recorders, Oboe, 2 violins und Bc

  

 

Participants who are unable to obtain scores of the required repertoires can contact the competition office for assistance. Memorization is not required. Vocal, harpsichord and ensemble accompaniment will be provided free of charge.