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• Jan Ladislav Dussek (1760-1812), praised by Haydn for his ‘remarkable talents’, wrote this collection of melodic and inventive sonatinas while living in London and after fleeing from the French Revolution in Paris
• the pieces, originally published as works for the fortepiano or harpsichord and flute, serve as model instructional pieces in the classical form

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