Senaillé, Jean Baptiste: Sonata in G minor. Op. 5 No. 9 arranged by Max Morgan for Viola and Piano
Senaillé (1687–1730) was the first French violinist to adopt the ideals of the Italian school of playing. To the French style, with its melodic grace, virtuosic writing and frequent use of dance rhythms, he brought the Italian conventions of the baroque sonata, imitative counterpoint and a melodically conceived continuo.