Johann Gottlieb Goldberg (1727-1756)[Quartet for two violins, viola and continuo in C minor DürG 14]
Sonata per 2 Violini, Viola e Basso .
Based on manuscript Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin Mus.ms. 7920. ca. 1750
Score and parts: Violin I. Violin II. Viola. Basso (continuo with numbers) and extra basso part without numbers.
Goldberg was born in Danzig (Gdańsk), Royal Prussia (a part of the Crown of Poland), and was baptized there on March 14, 1727 at St. Mary’s Church, Gdańsk. Little is known for certain about his childhood, other than that he was an exceptionally talented performer, attracting the attention of Hermann Karl von Keyserlingk, the Russian ambassador to Saxony, around 1737. Goldberg was reported to have studied with both J.S. Bach and Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, J.S. Bach’s eldest son, though the periods of study are not known; Goldberg may have studied with J.S. Bach as early as 1737, shortly after Keyserlingk recognized his talent in Danzig, and Goldberg may have studied with W.F. Bach at any time before 1745. [Wikipedia]