Sonata in a
Composer: Joseph Bodin de Boismortier (1691-1755)
Arranger: Jean-Maurice Mourat
Instrumentation: Flute and Guitar
Includes score and flute part
Duration: 6 minutes
He is a French Baroque composer of incidental music, cantatas, opera-ballets and vocal music. He was one of the first composers to not have a patron–by obtaining a royal license to engrave music in 1724, he was able to sell his music to the public. Originally for two violins, this sonata has four movements. They are Allemande, Courante, Lentement and Gigue, and offer a duet between the two instruments.