Like the two other trio sonatas attributed to Bach only BWV is certain to be his , this G major work follows the slow-fast-slow-fast pattern of Italian trio sonatas. Compared to the other two works, this one involves less counterpoint, which indicates it may not be authentic Bach. The opening Largo is the sonata's most extended movement, with the flute tending to appropriate the melodic line and the violin assuming a more subsidiary role. The two treble instruments form a more equal partnership in the Vivace, with their close imitative counterpoint.
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Thus its authenticity has been called into question time and again. According to the latest research, however, this tone sensitive sonata is presumed to be an original work by Bach. Editor, Peter Wollny , a declared expert, outlines the reasons for this in detail.
The violin part is to be played in scordatura according to the source, so this version has provided a part in original notation as well as in standard notation for regularly tuned violins. All categories.
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Bach: Trio Sonata for Flute, Violin and Continuo BWV 1038
The weekly concerts by the student music association in the coffee house of Gottfried Zimmermann gave him exactly the artistic elbow room he lacked in his post as cantor. He was able to push forward his pupils and of course his own sons as soloists, who then got the chance to shine. With one or two exceptions, there is no record of what exactly was performed at the or so concerts. But the dating of the scores gives reason to believe that many sonatas, concertos and suites were created in this period.
Trio Sonata in G Major BWV 1038
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