George Berg (1730–1775) was a London organist and harpsichord teacher. His sonatinas for harpsichord were a by-product of his teaching, appearing in three volumes between 1759 and 1762. Technically fairly simple, these are lively, inventive and finely polished works. continue reading
Composer:George Berg Editor:Michael Talbot Publication date: October 2017 Instruments: Keyboard Format: Playing score Duration:c.9' x 6' Series:Classical Pages: ix/15 ISMN: 979 0 708146 58 2 ISBN: 978 1 910359 63 1 Code: HH451.SOL Price: £9.95 More information
Simon Balicourt (1706–1757), during a London career that lasted from 1735 (the year he arrived from the Continent) until his death, was a leading flautist and flute composer. Suitable for both educational use and concert performance, these pieces – now appearing for the first time in a modern critical edition – deserve a place at the forefront of the late baroque repertory for transverse flute.continue reading
Composer:Simon Balicourt Editor:Michael Talbot Publication date: October 2017 Instruments: Flute and basso continuo Format: Full score and parts Duration:c.10' & 10' Series:Baroque Pages: xii/14 + 2 x 8 ISMN: 979 0 708146 53 7 ISBN: 978 1 910359 58 7 Code: HH446.FSP Price: £14.50 More information
Edition HH strikes gold once more with the beautifully clear publication of the flute concerto in E minor by August Eberhard Müller (1767-1817), edited by Christopher Hogwood and Nikolai Jaeger.