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Baroque violin pieces book two
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In baroque violin pieces book 2 edited by Richard Jones, there is a piece by Giovanni Antonio Piani, titled Allegro, I was wondering if anyone on here could point me in the direction of a recording I could listen to, to make sure I am learning it correctly, as I find it easier to play anything once I have heard it and can then read it better. Thanks to anyone in advance.

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Sonata No.8 in B Minor, Op.1 or Sonata No.10 in D, Op.1?

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Its in D Emily thats all I know apart from the title. 

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From the index to the book:

"Allegro from Sonata in D, Op. 1 No. 1 [Giovani Antonio Piani]"

The old curmudgeon!

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Nice one John, It never occured to me to check the index duh...its a miracle I can tie my own shoe laces lol thanks for that:)

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@stringy -

Hope this is it! 😊 

 

https://i.pinimg.com/originals/d8/5f/e1/d85fe146b2c4ae87264f7dd3813582ee.jpg

 

Sorry, I just now saw the replies. 

- Emily

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Thats it Emily,  i couldnt find it anywhere for some reason, to be honest now that I have heard how fast it is I am not sure I could do it anyway. The music isnt that difficult its the speed at which its played, theres no hurry though, I will practice some of the others and build up to it. What I tend to do is just open a book and pick a piece to practice at random, I actually got this book of baroque from a charity shop in Chester  for a pound, real bargain.

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