Giovanni Battista Viotti

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Italian violinist and composer, born 12 May, 1755 in Fontanetto da Po (Italy; then the Kingdom of Sardinia), died 3 March, 1824 in London (United Kingdom). [1]

Giovanni Battista Viotti

Life

Director of the Paris Opera.

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Works for violin or works containing violin

  • Six quatuors concertants, Op. 3
  • Six sonates pour violon et basse, Op. 4
  • 6 Violin Sonatas, Op. 4, W V: 1-6
  • 6 Violin Duos, Op. 5, W IV: 19-24 [Sheetmusic: Duetto in la maggiore per 2 viole da braccio (Viotti, Giovanni Battista)(Musedita Edizioni Musicali)]
  • Trois trios, Op. 16
  • Trois trios, Op. 17
  • Trois trios, Op. 18
  • 3 String Trios, Op.19, W III: 19-21
  • 3 Violin Duos, Op.19, W IVa: 10-12 [Sheetmusic: 6 Duos concertants, Op. 19 (Viotti, Giovanni Battista)(editions)]
  • 3 Violin Duos, Op.20, W IVa: 13-15 [Sheetmusic: Six Duets for Two Violins, Op. 20 (Viotti, Giovanni Battista)(editions)]
  • 6 String Quartets Concertants, Op.23, W IId: 1-6
  • 6 Duo Serenatas, Op.23, W IV: 31-36, Books 1-2 [Sheetmusic: Trois serenades en duos concertants pour deux violons, Op. 23 (Viotti, Giovanni Battista)(Noten Roehr)]
  • Concerto No. 12 en Sib maj (Viotti, Giovanni Battista)(Editions Combre)‎ / Concerto No. 12 in B flat major, W I: 12 [Sheetmusic: Concerto No. 12 en Sib majeur (Viotti, Giovanni Battista)(Editions Combre)]
  • Concerto No. 13 en La maj (Viotti, Giovanni Battista)(Editions Combre)‎ / Concerto No. 13 in A major, W I: 13 [Sheetmusic: Concerto No. 13 en La majeur (Viotti, Giovanni Battista)(Editions Combre)]
  • 3 Duos concertants, Op. 28 [Sheetmusic: Six Duets Concertants for Two Violins, Op. 28 (Viotti, Giovanni Battista)(editions)]
  • 3 Duos, Op. 29 [Sheetmusic: Three Duets for Two Violins, Op. 29 (Viotti, Giovanni Battista)(editions)]
  • 3 Duos concertants, Op. 30 [Sheetmusic: Three Duets Concertants for Two Violins, Op. 30 (Viotti, Giovanni Battista)(editions)]

References