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but some useful hints ate given on how certain ornaments should be played.
Sonata in D, by W. Croft. (S.) Moderately difficult
Sonata in F, by Daniel Purcell. (B.) Moderately difficult.
Four Sonatas in D minor; F, Bflat and A minor, by J. Mattheson. (S.) Many of the movements in this set of sonatas are not too difficult for the beginner.
Six Sonatas in Canon Form in F, B flat, C, G minor, D minor and G, by Teiemann. (N.) All fairly difficult
Sonata in F, by J. B. Loeiilet (U.) Difficult.
Premier Suite, by Boismortier (O.) Not too difficult for beginners; it is suitable also for Treble and Tenor.
TWO DESCANTS AND TREBLE
Old English Pieces, by Morley, Weeikes and others. (S.) Not
too difficult for the beginner. Alpine Suite, by Benjamin Britten. (B.) Moderately difficult; a
modem composition. Aria, by Thomas Morley. (S.) Not too difficult for the beginner. Air and Menuet, by Johann Mattheson. (B.) Fairly easy. Fantasias I and VIII, by John Jenkins. (U.) Rather more
difficult than those already mentioned. Canzonet, by Henry Youll. (B.) For other combinations also.
DESCANT, TREBLE AND TENOR
AIhgro, by G. F. Handel. (S.) Moderately difficult
Handel Album. (S.) Some of these are fairly simple; there is also
a piano score. Two Fantasias, by Anthony Holborne. (S.) Moderately difficult