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Carl Maria von Weber

The great composer of operas in the beginning of the 19th Century was Carl Maria von Weber. Despite his relatively short life he wrote no less than ten of them and many other works that were meant to serve as an accompaniment in a theatre performance.

The ouvertures of his operas became standard symphony orchestra repertoire in the course of time. Of course the operas (and their ouvertures) also were arranged for Harmoniemusik in this case by the Viennese arranger Friederich Starke.

OUVERTURE OBERON (1826)
arranged by Friederich Starke (1774-1835)
TWEC: FRS-36a
2ob 2cl 2 bn cbn 2hn 2trp
Mvmts
Adagio sostenuto-Allegro con fuoco
Perf. Time
5’
Level
moderate-difficult
Description
the complete ouverture

 

Weber, Carl Maria von
Ouverture Oberon
arranged by Wenzel Sedlak
F.E. 0405/25 score and parts
2ob 2cl 2 bn cbn 2hn trp
€ 35.-
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