||Assaggi á violino solo
||Roman, Johan Helmich
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
- Assaggio in A major, BeRI 301
- Assaggio in B-flat major, BeRI 302
- Assaggio in C major, BeRI 303
- Assaggio in D major, BeRI 304
- Assaggio in E major, BeRI 305
- Assaggio in F major, BeRI 306
- Assaggio in G major, BeRI 307
- Assaggio in C minor, BeRI 310
- Assaggio in D minor, BeRI 311
- Assaggio in E minor, BeRI 312
- Assaggio in F-sharp minor, BeRI 313
- Assaggio in G minor, BeRI 314
- Assaggio in A major, BeRI 317
- Assaggio in G major, BeRI 318
- Assaggio in E major, BeRI 319
- Assaggio in G minor, BeRI 320
- Ouverture in E flat major, BeRI 321
- Ouverture in E flat major, BeRI 322
- Assaggio in A minor, BeRI 323
- Assaggio in B minor, BeRI 324
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||1740 - Stockholm: Composer (BeRI 314 only)
|Average DurationAvg. Duration
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Mss copy, Per Brandt (1714-1767)*, ca.1765. S-Skma, Ro 60
||Swedish Musical Heritage
||*The manuscript seems to be a compilation by Brandt (Roman's student) partly holograph and partly copied by Brandt.
A search of Grove Music only brings up the word "Assaggi" twice: once is in the works list for Johan Roman, and the other is in the article on the sonata. "The sonata for unaccompanied solo instrument is associated particularly with Austrian and German composers (Biber, Bach, Telemann), although Tartini may have intended some of his sonatas, published with a bass part, for violin alone (Brainard), and the Swedish composer Roman left about 20 multi-movement works of that type, most called assaggi."