Violin Sonata in F major, HWV 370

The Violin Sonata in F major (HWV 370) is a composition for violin and keyboard (harpsichord), originally thought to have been written by George Frideric Handel. Modern scholars however believe it doubtful that the work was composed by Handel, and have labelled it as "spurious". It has also been referred to as Op. 1 no. 12, and was first published in 1732 by Walsh. Other catalogues of Handel's music have referred to the work as HG xxvii,42; and HHA iv/4,40.

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Sheet Music Violin Sonata in F major, HWV 370 - Piano Score (New York: Carl Fischer) PreviewFavoriteDownload
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RecordingViolin Sonata in F major, HWV 370 - I. Adagio (For Trumpet and Organ - Rondeau)
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RecordingViolin Sonata in F major, HWV 370 - II. Allegro (For Trumpet and Organ - Rondeau)
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RecordingViolin Sonata in F major, HWV 370 - III. Largo (For Trumpet and Organ - Rondeau)
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RecordingViolin Sonata in F major, HWV 370 - IV. Allegro (For Trumpet and Organ - Rondeau)
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