Trios De Cuerda (Violines (2), Violonchelo) Scores

Sei sinfonie per due violini e basso, opera IV
chez Mr. Castau[d], place de la Comedie (A Lyon) [1768]
Six trios a deux violins et violoncello obligé, oeuvre premiere
printed by Welcker, in Gerrard Street, St. Ann's, Soho, where may be had greatest variety of new music by the most celebrated authors (London) [1771]
Six trios a deux violins et violoncello obligé, oeuvre premiere
printed by Welcker, in Gerrard Street, St. Ann's, Soho, where may be had greatest variety of new music by the most celebrated authors (London) [1771]
Six trios a deux violins et violoncello obligé, oeuvre premiere
printed by Welcker, in Gerrard Street, St. Ann's, Soho, where may be had greatest variety of new music by the most celebrated authors (London) [1771]
Seys tryos a dos violines i baxo
por dirección de D. Fernando Blumenstein (Estampada en Madrid) 1771
Six trios for two violins and a violoncello, opera 1
R. Bremner, opposite Somerset House in the Strand (London) [1773]
Erskine, et al.
Trois trios concertants pour deux violons & violoncelle, oeuvre XI
chez J. Schmitt, à son magazin dans la Warmoes-Straat (À Amsterdam) [ca. 1774]
Six trios pour deux violons et violoncelle, oeuvre 1er
chez M. Goetz, graveur et editeur de musique, avec privilege (A Mannheim) [1774]
A third sett of six sonatas for two violins and a violoncello, op. 17
printed for and sold by I. Betz, nº 21 Rupert Street, where may be had all the above author's works (London) [1775]
A third sett of six sonatas for two violins and a violoncello, op. 17
printed for and sold by I. Betz, nº 21 Rupert Street, where may be had all the above author's works (London) [1775]
A third sett of six sonatas for two violins and a violoncello, op. 17
printed for and sold by I. Betz, nº 21 Rupert Street, where may be had all the above author's works (London) [1775]
Six trios a une flute ou deux violons et violoncello obligé, oeuvre XIV
printed and sold by John Welcker at his music and instruments warehouse, nº 10 Hay Market, opposite the Opera House (London) [1780?]