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Clementi, Muzio
18 Compositions without opus number Op-sn 1-18 (WO 2, 3, 5, 8, 10, 11, 13-23) for Harpsichord (Piano)

Editor: Andrea Coen

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Contents: Batti, batti from Mozart’s Opera of Don Giovanni. Op-sn 1 (WO 10)/ Canon ad Diapason. Op-sn 2 (WO 11)/ Minuetto a Tempo di Ballo. Op-sn 3 (WO 5)/ Monferrina. Op-sn 4 (WO 15)/ Monferrina. Op-sn 5 (WO 20)/ Monferrina. Op-sn 6 (WO 17)/ Monferrina. Op-sn 7 (WO 16)/ Monferrina. Op-sn 8 (WO 18)/ Monferrina. Op-sn 9 (WO 19)/ Allegro. Op-sn 10 (WO 22)/ Finale. Op-sn 11 (WO 23)/ Rondò. Op-sn 12 (WO 8)/ Sonata. Op-sn 13 (WO 3)/ Sonata. Op-sn 14 (WO 14)/ Sonata. Op-sn 15 (WO 13)/ Tarantella. Op-sn 16 (WO 21)/ The Black Joke. Op-sn 17 (WO 2)/ The Sprig of Shillelah. Op-sn 18

Author: Muzio Clementi (1752-1832)
Editor: Andrea Coen
Publication Date: 6-1-2004
Series: Muzio Clementi Opera Omnia
Pages: pp. 140
Size: 230x310 mm
Binding: Paperback (Soft Cover)
ISMN: 979-0-2153-0881-7
Code: MC 51
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Series Details

Muzio Clementi Opera Omnia
Urtext Edition
Scientific Committee: Andrea Coen, Roberto Illiano, Costantino Mastroprimiano, Luca Lévi Sala, Massimiliano Sala

The present edition of Muzio Clementi Opera Omnia aims at presenting the complete corpus of works composed by one of the most historically eminent European composers in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
Clementi’s Opera Omnia is divided into 60 volumes – comprising treatises, chamber, vocal and keyboard music –, 10 of which are dedicated to works with no opus number, one to the method for piano, op. 42 (which will also include the appendix to the method, op. 43), and another to the concerto for piano and orchestra (orchestrated by J. Schenk, 1796). Besides two volumes which contain Clementi’s Sinfonias op. 18, another 6 volumes are dedicated to partially incomplete orchestral works.
The series includes also the volume of essays Muzio Clementi. Studies and Prospects.

Introductory Texts in Italian and English



Piano Professional (Spring 2017)
... Volume 51 contains some smaller pieces, such as an excellent Tarantella at Grade 4-5, depending on the tempo of the performance. There are also three sonatas without opus numbers (WO 3, 14, 15) that would all make great substitutes for early Haydn sonatas. The cracking Finale of WO15 is a particularly good, and not too difficult, competition piece. ... Highly recommended. (Nils Franke)

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