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Among all the musical genres Francesco Maria Veracini (Florence, 1 Feb. 1690 – 31 Oct. 1768) found the main expression to his great imagination and his deeply original, innovative musical personality in the sonata for violin. Veracini published three sets of twelve sonatas each respectively, Op. 1 was composed and published during his stay in Dresden and is divided into two parts with very different formal and stylistic characteristics. The first part blends the traits of the French and the Italian styles achieving a typically German mixture. Recorded and produced in 1989 by the same musicians this was the first recording fully devoted to the Sonate Accademiche of Veracini.