Johan Adolph Scheibe wrote at least three Triosonates. I published the first almost 10 months ago. Today follows the second. It is a three part sonata, with vivid outer parts and a slow moving middle part. In my opinion it is outstanding music, that deserves to be heard more often. It would be a great addition to any concert program.
It is therefore with a some pride that I present this piece as my 300th publication.

The recording was done with the sampleset, made by Organ Art Media, of the Arp Schnitger organ in Steinkirchen.


Part one
BW: Gedact 8′, Rohr Flöth 4′, Spitz Flöth 2′ (RH)
HW: Principal 8′, Octav 4′ (LH)
Ped: Principal 16′, Octav 8′, Octav 4′

Part two
BW: Gedact 8′, Krumphorn 8′ (doors closed) (LH)
HW: Rohr Flöt 8′ (RH)
Ped: Principal 16′, Octav 8′

Part three
BW: Gedact 8′, Rohr Flöth 4′, Octaf 2′ (RH)
HW: Rohr Flöt 8′, Octav 4′, Gemshorn 2 (LH)
Ped: Principal 16′, Octav 8′, Octav 4′

pdf_iconScheibe, Triosonate, B dur




  1. Djorven

    January 27, 2017 at 10:08


    Thanks! Interesting and beautiful music.

    • admin

      January 28, 2017 at 22:25


      It is beautiful music indeed. I hope the D major sonata won’t take 9 months to practice as well..

  2. Djorven

    June 25, 2018 at 21:01


    When follow the 3th Sonata?

  3. admin

    July 14, 2018 at 08:23


    I’m happy to announce I’ll publish Scheibe’s D Dur Triosonate, next Monday, 16/7

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