For Bassoon and Piano by W. A. Mozart. The Bassoonists Revenge! Tired of hearing clarinetists play K. 191? This is the beautiful second movement of Mozart's final wind concerto, popularized by Meryl Streep
Even though Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, admittedly, was no fan of the flute, he wrote unforgettable music for the instrument 'that I can't stand': two concertos, a double concerto with harp, the original
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This large volume contains Bach's most celebrated violin masterworks. It includes all six unaccompanied sonatas and partitas, the Concerto in A minor, the Concerto in E Major, the Concerto for Two Violins
The Ballade for Bassoon and Piano, Op. 34, was composed for the bassoon studio examinations in 1912. The work is of moderate difficulty, only utilizing the upper range of the instrument to the
For violin & piano. Reprint of earlier editions. From the Schirmer Library of Musical Classics series, Vol. 2114. Score, 120 p. and part. Contains major works by Bach, Handel,
Best of Flute Classics bridges the gap between the Baroque period and the Modern with pieces by Handel, J.S. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, Mozart, Donizetti, Faure, Roussel and many others, compiling them in
From the composer: I chose the title for this nocturne-like, lyrical piece from Greek mythology. According to the followers of the Orphic School, the soul of the deceased would cross the river Styx and be