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Ludwig van Beethoven

The great classical composer Beethoven left only a few original works for harmoniemusik, i.a. the Octet op. 103, the Sextet op. 81b and the Rondino without opus number.
As his works were very popular (already during his life-time), many of them have been arranged for other combinations of instruments. Harmonie arrangements of his Septet op. 20 (by Georg Druschetzky), his opera Fidelio (by Wenzel Sedlak), his Seventh Symphony (by a not-identified arranger) and other works are available.
This brilliant wind version of the Sonate Pathétique op. 14 was published by the Chemische Druckerei in Vienna in 1810. The arranger remains anonymous.

SONATE PATHÉTIQUE (1798/1810) Op. 13 in c minor
TWEC: deest
2ob 2cl 2bn cbn 2hn
Mvmts
I. Grave - Allegro di molto e con brio, II. Adagio cantabile, III. Allegro
Perf. Time
ca 18’
 
Level
moderate - difficult
Description
the complete piano sonata for nonet; grand horn-solo for the second horn in the slow movement

 

SEVENTH SYMPHONY (1814) op. 92 in G major
TWEC: A-56a
2ob 2cl 2bn cbn 2hn
Mvmts
I. Poco sostenuto-Vivace, II. Allegretto, III. Presto, IV. Allegro con brio
Perf. Time
ca 32’
 
Level
moderate - difficult
Description
the complete symphony in a very good arrangement

 

Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827)
Pathétique op. 13 in c (1799)
anonymous arrangement (ca. 1810)
F.E. 0311/21 score and parts
2ob 2cl 2bn dbn 2hn
€ 50.-

 

Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827)
Symphony No 7 op. 92 in G (1814)
anonymous arrangement (1816)
F.E. 1107/55 score and parts
2ob 2cl 2bn dbn 2hn
€ 70.-

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