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Bach's Trio Sonata for flute; violin and basso continuo from the Musical Offering is probably the pre-eminent trio sonata in music history. When Bach met King Frederick the Great in Potsdam in 1747; the sovereign presented the composer with the celebrated “Royal Theme”; composed by himself. It underpins the entire Musical Offering; which also contains several fugues and canons as well as the Trio Sonata. The Canon perpetuus that follows the Trio can also be played by a trio. The term “perpetuus” here means that the performers themselves are to determine when the canon ends.
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