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Only a handful of J. F. Schreivogel’s compositions for his instrument have survived, among them this impressive and forward-looking three-movement sonata for violin and continuo in E flat major. Evidently composed during the mid-1710s, it betrays the influence of Venetian composers such as Vivaldi and Albinoni. Schreivogel writes very idiomatically for the violin, but never at the expense of musical eloquence or solidity of structure.
Pierre Gutman, The Consort | Read the review
Music example (pdf)