Viola part from Minuet 32

G. P. Telemann Arr. P. Baljeu
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page one of the Viola part from Minuet 32

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This is another of Telemann's "Sept fois Sept et Un Minuets" (or 7 x7 +1) which was a series of minuets that he published as groups of minuets in his own musical magazine. This publication was sent all over Europe to various subscribers - Handel included. This minuet is the 17th in the collection of his group of 50 minuets. The harmonies (along with the others in this collection) were created solely from the melody line (which is Telemann's). The other three parts were arranged from the implied harmonies of the melody line. I trust that it is reasonably correct.

G. P. Telemann Arr. P. Baljeu
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