sonata da camera


sonata da camera
/seuh nah"teuh deuh kah"meuhr euh/; It. /saw nah"tah dah kah"me rddah/
an instrumental musical form, common in the Baroque period, usually consisting of a series of dances.
[1795-1805; < It: lit., sonata of the chamber]

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Italian“chamber sonata”

      a type of solo or trio sonata intended for secular performance; the designation is usually found in the late 17th century, especially in the works of Arcangelo Corelli (Corelli, Arcangelo). In that model, an opening prelude is followed by a succession of dance movements. Compare sonata da chiesa.

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