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Triosonate in D (F.47) composed by W.F. Bach (1710-1784)Edited by Elisabeth Weinzierl and Edmund Wachter for two Flutes and Basso continuoBasso continuo realization by Winfried MichelIncludes score and partsThe three extant Flute Trio Sonatas by Bach's eldest son Wilhelm Friedemann, whom his father considered the most gifted of his sons, are among the prominent works of chamber music of the late Baroque. The close polyphonic dialogue of the two flute parts illustrates what Mattheson required from this genre: it 'consists in a concertante approach, as between two instruments and their bass, whereby the two treble voices compete with each other.'" -Weinzierl and Wachter (preface)