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1. Demonstration of 2-note chords 2. Demonstration of octaves 3. Arpeggios 4. Bach: Prelude in C. Normal piano 5. Bach: Prelude in C. Apental piano 6. Bach: Fantasia in D min 7. Short song 8. Beethoven: Sonata Op. 24 (part) 9. Schubert: Impromptu Op. 90 (part) 10. Beethoven: Sonata for violin & piano, Spring
Ture Bergstrøm, ‘The Music of the C. F. Lehmann Kunstschrank at Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen’, GSJ LXVIII (March 2015), pp.35-74 C. F. Lehmann’s “Musical Cabinet” Richard Haigh, ‘The “Apental” Piano’, GSJ LVIII (2005), pp.173-183
previous Example A: Quantz: Sonata in G minor, QV 1:128, Allegro, bars 19-44 (see p.210) Example B: Quantz: Sonata in D major, QV 2:15, Allegro, bars 1-23 (see p.212) Example C: Quantz: Sonata in A major, TWV 40:2, Prelude & Fugue, bars 1-26 (see pp.208-209)
Mary Oleskiewicz, ‘The Flutes of Quantz: Their Construction and Performing Practice’, GSJ LIII (2000), pp.201-220 Performers & instruments: Mary Oleskiewicz, transverse flute by Jean-François Beaudin after Quantz; Stephanie Vial, baroque cello by William Forster; David Schulenberg, harpsichord by William Dowd after Michael Mietke; Jean-François Beaudin, 2nd transverse flute after Quantz (in Example B)