Trios De Cuerda Partes Scores

Six sonates pour deux violons et une basse, opera IV
printed and sold by R. Bremner, opposite Sommerset House in the Strand (London) [1772]
Six sonates pour deux violons et une basse, opera IV
printed and sold by R. Bremner, opposite Sommerset House in the Strand (London) [1772]
Six sonates pour deux violons et une basse, opera IV
printed and sold by R. Bremner, opposite Sommerset House in the Strand (London) [1772]
Six trios for a violin, tenor and violoncello, opera XVII
printed and sold by J. Blundell, nº 10 Hay Market (London) [1773]
Six trios for a violin, tenor and violoncello, opera XVII
printed and sold by J. Blundell, nº 10 Hay Market (London) [1773]
Six trios for a violin, tenor and violoncello, opera XVII
printed and sold by J. Blundell, nº 10 Hay Market (London) [1773]
A second set of trios for a violin, tenor & violoncello
printed and sold by James Blundell, nº 10 Hay Market, son in law & sucessor to the late Mrs. Welcker of Gerrard Street, Soho (London) [1778]
A second set of trios for a violin, tenor & violoncello
printed and sold by James Blundell, nº 10 Hay Market, son in law & sucessor to the late Mrs. Welcker of Gerrard Street, Soho (London) [1778]
A second set of trios for a violin, tenor & violoncello
printed and sold by James Blundell, nº 10 Hay Market, son in law & sucessor to the late Mrs. Welcker of Gerrard Street, Soho (London) [1778]
Trois quintettos, violino, viola, basso à deux cors de chasse, ad libitum
printed by J. Bland, nº 45 Holborn, of whom may be had all the above composers works with every new musical publication both english and foreign (London) [1782?]
Salpietro, et al.
Trois quintettos, violino, viola, basso à deux cors de chasse, ad libitum
printed by J. Bland, nº 45 Holborn, of whom may be had all the above composers works with every new musical publication both english and foreign (London) [1782?]
Salpietro, et al.
Trois quintettos, violino, viola, basso à deux cors de chasse, ad libitum
printed by J. Bland, nº 45 Holborn, of whom may be had all the above composers works with every new musical publication both english and foreign (London) [1782?]
Salpietro, et al.