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This short Allegro by English harpsichord composer, Thomas Arne, is, in fact, the third movement of his Concerto No 1 in C.
I have edited some of the distribution between the hands, included some (hopefully!) helpful fingering suggestions, and added a short Cadenza just at the end. As the note in the score says, performers may either use my suggested Cadenza, improvise or compose one of their own, or merely leave it out, by omitting all those notes shown ’small’.
I would suggest a legato touch for the flowing semiquavers, while the quavers might be played ’detached’, or ’sticky-staccato’, as I often describe it!
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