It is one of Telemann's collections of music for unaccompanied instruments, the others being twelve fantasias for solo flute and thirty-six for solo harpsichord that were published in Hamburg in —33, as well as a set of twelve fantasias for solo viola da gamba that was published in the same city in , but were considered lost until a copy of the print was found in a private collection in by viola da gamba player and musicologist Thomas Fritzsch. This scheme does not resemble that of the twelve flute fantasies, which progress in a roughly stepwise direction from A major to G minor. He has, indeed, described the collection as "12 fantasias Telemann's violin fantasias exhibit mastery of not only compound melodic lines, but also of idiomatic writing for violin,  as Telemann himself was a self-taught violinist.
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12 Fantasias for Solo Flute (Telemann)
12 Fantasias for Flute without Bass, TWV 40:2-13 (Telemann, Georg Philipp)
An extant copy of the publication, conserved in Brussels, has a spurious title page reading Fantasie per il Violino senza Basso Fantasias for Solo Violin. The collection is arranged by key , progressing more or less stepwise from A major to G minor. Telemann deliberately avoided keys that are impractical on the one-key flute, i. B major, C minor, F minor and F-sharp major. There are two ways to view the overall structure of the collection: one way, in which the work is divided into two parts, is suggested by the fact that Fantasia 7 begins with a French overture , indicating a start of a new section. Another was proposed by scholar Wolfgang Hirschmann : there are four modal groups of three fantasias: major-minor-minor, major-major-minor, major-minor-major, and minor-major-minor.