What you want is the Triosonate in F-Dur (NOT D minor!!!) by C. P. E.
Bach, Wq 163 / H. 588. This is the work references as BWV Anh 187.
There is an edition by Amadeus (Winterthur)
for viola, bass recorder and continuo, but there seems to be confusion
about the original instrumentation for this sonata. There
is another edition published by Moeck (the recorder manufacturer).
You cited BWV Anh 187 from the Breitkopf catalogue (1763) and a
manuscript in Holland at the Royal Library in The Hague gives Bass
and Cembalo (See
You've mixed them up. There are three versions:
(1) In B flat for two violins and continuo (Wq 159)
(2) In F for bassoon, bass recorder and continuo (Wq 163/BWV Anh 187)
(3) In F for viola, bass recorder and continuo (Wq 164)
If you're in the U.S., you might contact Sue Class at J.W. Pepper
One CD says it is for Sun Flute. That's the "translation" for the
(Flute in Sol/G)!!! Maybe that's an instrument they play in Ruhestan.
According to an American band encyclopedia article, a conductor of the
Garde Republicaine upon reaching the age of 65 continued to conduct
bands in Ruhestan (presumably near Afghanistan?). There are punsters
all over, and they don't even know how talented they really are!<g>
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I refer to a trio for flute, bassoon and viola by Carl Philipp
Emanuel, but attribuited to Johann Sebastian Bach...