Johan Helmich Roman

Johan Helmich Roman (1694-1758)

Nationality: Swedish
Born: October 26, 1694, Stockholm
Died: November 20, 1758, Haraldsmåla (age 64)
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30 work(s)


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Date   Work 
pub. 1727 Sonata No. 12 in D major, BeRi 212 (for flute and continuo)
pub. 1727 Sonata No. 11 in g minor (for flute and continuo)
pub. 1727 Sonata No. 10 in e minor (for flute and continuo)
pub. 1727 Sonata No. 9 in C major (for flute and continuo)
pub. 1727 Sonata No. 8 in A major (for flute and continuo)
pub. 1727 Sonata No. 7 in G major (for flute and continuo)
pub. 1727 Sonata No. 6 in b minor (for flute and continuo)
pub. 1727 Sonata No. 5 in e minor (for flute and continuo)
pub. 1727 Sonata No. 4 in G major (for flute and continuo)
pub. 1727 Sonata No. 3 in c minor (for flute and continuo)
pub. 1727 Sonata No. 2 in D major (for flute and continuo)
pub. 1727 Sonata No. 1 in G major (for flute and continuo)
Trio Sonata in E major, BeRi 124 (for 2 violins and continuo)
Trio Sonata in E major, BeRi 123 (for 2 violins and continuo)
Trio Sonata in f minor, BeRi 120 (for 2 violins and continuo)
Trio Sonata in F major, BeRi 119 (for 2 violins and continuo)
Trio Sonata in C major, BeRi 118 (for 2 violins and continuo)
Trio Sonata in c minor, BeRi 117 (for 2 violins and continuo)
Trio Sonata in C major, BeRi 116 (for 2 violins and continuo)
Trio Sonata in e minor, BeRi 115 (for 2 violins and continuo)
Trio Sonata in A major, BeRi 114 (for 2 violins and continuo)
Trio Sonata in g minor, BeRi 113 (for 2 violins and continuo)
Trio Sonata in B-flat major, BeRi 112 (for 2 violins and continuo)
Trio Sonata in D major, BeRi 111 (for 2 violins and continuo)
Trio Sonata in C major, BeRi 110 (for 2 violins and continuo)
Trio Sonata in f-sharp minor, BeRi 109 (for 2 violins and continuo)
Trio Sonata in D major, BeRi 108 (for 2 violins and continuo)
Trio Sonata in a minor, BeRi 107 (for 2 violins and continuo)
Trio Sonata in b minor, BeRi 106 (for 2 violins and continuo)
Trio Sonata in a minor, BeRi 105 (for violin, cello and continuo)