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When in 1781 Mozart moved to Vienna, he wrote to his father that he had come to the best place in the world for his profession. When Beethoven arrived there ten years later, Vienna was still a perfect place for a talented musician. In the imperial capital many aristocratic families provided opportunities to artists: concerts, commissions and the possibility to teach their children. In the same period in Vienna there was a large, prosperous middle-class who provided a market for new music publications, especially folk songs, dances and chamber music. The Serenade for flute, violin and viola (Op.25) composed by Beethoven between 1795 and 96, printed late in 1802 by Cappi in Vienna, was also published in Leipzig in 1803 by Hoffmeister & Kuhnel in the version for Serenade fur Flote und Klavier Op.41, D-Dur. In this second destination the part of the flute has remained unchanged while the piano appears to have had, according to the author, "small but substantial improvements". On commission from Scottish folk music collector George Thompson, Beethoven wrote no less than sixteen piano variations on traditional European folk melodies. Later, requested by the publishing house, he composed the Variationen uber Volkslieder fur Flote und Klavier Op.105. These variations of admirable difficulty for flute and piano with a simple but fascinating ad libitum in the part of the flute that, with minor modifications, was also performed with the violin. The Variationen fur Flote und Klavier Op.107, ten variations on national themes, are the last compositions that Beethoven wrote for George Thomson. Thomson's publications were intended for amateurs. He specifically asked Beethoven to keep the part for the instrument of the melody "simple but still bright, so that the greatest possible number of our ladies can play and enjoy them."
When in 1781 Mozart moved to Vienna, he wrote to his father that he had come to the best place in the world for his profession. When Beethoven arrived there ten years later, Vienna was still a perfect place for a talented musician. In the imperial capital many aristocratic families provided opportunities to artists: concerts, commissions and the possibility to teach their children. In the same period in Vienna there was a large, prosperous middle-class who provided a market for new music publications, especially folk songs, dances and chamber music. The Serenade for flute, violin and viola (Op.25) composed by Beethoven between 1795 and 96, printed late in 1802 by Cappi in Vienna, was also published in Leipzig in 1803 by Hoffmeister & Kuhnel in the version for Serenade fur Flote und Klavier Op.41, D-Dur. In this second destination the part of the flute has remained unchanged while the piano appears to have had, according to the author, "small but substantial improvements". On commission from Scottish folk music collector George Thompson, Beethoven wrote no less than sixteen piano variations on traditional European folk melodies. Later, requested by the publishing house, he composed the Variationen uber Volkslieder fur Flote und Klavier Op.105. These variations of admirable difficulty for flute and piano with a simple but fascinating ad libitum in the part of the flute that, with minor modifications, was also performed with the violin. The Variationen fur Flote und Klavier Op.107, ten variations on national themes, are the last compositions that Beethoven wrote for George Thomson. Thomson's publications were intended for amateurs. He specifically asked Beethoven to keep the part for the instrument of the melody "simple but still bright, so that the greatest possible number of our ladies can play and enjoy them."
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Label: MUSICA VIVA
Rel. Date: 03/11/2022
UPC: 8058333572802

Beethoven: Opere Per Piano E Flauto (Ita)
Artist: Roberto Fabbriciani
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1. Sonate Für Flöte Und Klavier In B-Flat Major, Anh. 4: I. Allegro
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2. Sonate Für Flöte Und Klavier In B-Flat Major, Anh. 4: II. Polacca
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3. Sonate Für Flöte Und Klavier In B-Flat Major, Anh. 4: III. Largo
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4. Sonate Für Flöte Und Klavier In B-Flat Major, Anh. 4: IV. Tema Con Variazioni. Allegretto
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5. Allegro Und Menuett Für 2 Flöten In G Major, Woo 26: I. Allegro Con Brio
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6. Allegro Und Menuett Für 2 Flöten In G Major, Woo 26: II. Minuetto Quasi Allegro
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7. Serenade Für Flöte Und Klavier In D Major, Op. 41: I. Entrata. Allegro
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8. Serenade Für Flöte Und Klavier In D Major, Op. 41: II. Tempo Ordinario D'un Minuetto
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9. Serenade Für Flöte Und Klavier In D Major, Op. 41: III. Allegro Molto
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10. Serenade Für Flöte Und Klavier In G Major, Op. 41: IV. Andante Con Variazioni
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11. Serenade Für Flöte Und Klavier In D Major, Op. 41: V. Allegro Scherzando E Vivace
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12. Serenade Für Flöte Und Klavier In D Major, Op. 41: VI. Adagio
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13. Serenade Für Flöte Und Klavier In D Major, Op. 41: VII. Allegro Vivace E Disinvolto
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1. Variationen Über Volkslieder Für Flöte Und Klavier, Op. 105: No. 1 In G Major, Aria Scozzese. The Cottage Maid. A
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2. Variationen Über Volkslieder Für Flöte Und Klavier, Op. 105: No. 2 In C Minor, Aria Scozzese. Of Noble Stock Was
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3. Variationen Über Volkslieder Für Flöte Und Klavier, Op. 105: No. 3 In C Major, Aria Austriaca. A Schüsserl U
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4. Variationen Über Volkslieder Für Flöte Und Klavier, Op. 105: No. 4 In E-Flat Major, Aria Scozzese. Sad And Luckle
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5. Variationen Über Volkslieder Für Flöte Und Klavier, Op. 105: No. 5 In E-Flat Major, Aria Scozzese. Put Round The
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6. Variationen Über Volkslieder Für Flöte Und Klavier, Op. 105: No. 6 In D Major, Aria Scozzese. English Bulls. Alle
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7. Variationen Über Volkslieder Für Flöte Und Klavier, Op. 107: No. 1 In E-Flat Major, Aria Tirolese. I Bin A Tirole
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8. Variationen Über Volkslieder Für Flöte Und Klavier, Op. 107: No. 2 In F Major, Aria Scozzese. Bonny Laddie, Highl
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9. Variationen Über Volkslieder Für Flöte Und Klavier, Op. 107: No. 3 In G Major, Aria Russa. Volkslied Aus Kleinrub
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10. Variationen Über Volkslieder Für Flöte Und Klavier, Op. 107: No. 4 In F Major, Aria Scozzese. The Pulse Of An Iri
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11. Variationen Über Volkslieder Für Flöte Und Klavier, Op. 107: No. 5 In F Major, Aria Tirolese. A Madel, Ja A Madel
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12. Variationen Über Volkslieder Für Flöte Und Klavier, Op. 107: No. 6 In E-Flat Major, Aria Scozzese. Merch Megan. A
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13. Variationen Über Volkslieder Für Flöte Und Klavier, Op. 107: No. 7 In A Minor, Aria Russa. Schöne Minka. And
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14. Variationen Über Volkslieder Für Flöte Und Klavier, Op. 107: No. 8 In D Major, Aria Scozzese. O Mary, At Thy Wind
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15. Variationen Über Volkslieder Für Flöte Und Klavier, Op. 107: No. 9 In E-Flat Major, Aria Scozzese. Oh, Thou Art T
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16. Variationen Über Volkslieder Für Flöte Und Klavier, Op. 107: No. 10 In G Minor, Aria Scozzese. The Highland Watch
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When in 1781 Mozart moved to Vienna, he wrote to his father that he had come to the best place in the world for his profession. When Beethoven arrived there ten years later, Vienna was still a perfect place for a talented musician. In the imperial capital many aristocratic families provided opportunities to artists: concerts, commissions and the possibility to teach their children. In the same period in Vienna there was a large, prosperous middle-class who provided a market for new music publications, especially folk songs, dances and chamber music. The Serenade for flute, violin and viola (Op.25) composed by Beethoven between 1795 and 96, printed late in 1802 by Cappi in Vienna, was also published in Leipzig in 1803 by Hoffmeister & Kuhnel in the version for Serenade fur Flote und Klavier Op.41, D-Dur. In this second destination the part of the flute has remained unchanged while the piano appears to have had, according to the author, "small but substantial improvements". On commission from Scottish folk music collector George Thompson, Beethoven wrote no less than sixteen piano variations on traditional European folk melodies. Later, requested by the publishing house, he composed the Variationen uber Volkslieder fur Flote und Klavier Op.105. These variations of admirable difficulty for flute and piano with a simple but fascinating ad libitum in the part of the flute that, with minor modifications, was also performed with the violin. The Variationen fur Flote und Klavier Op.107, ten variations on national themes, are the last compositions that Beethoven wrote for George Thomson. Thomson's publications were intended for amateurs. He specifically asked Beethoven to keep the part for the instrument of the melody "simple but still bright, so that the greatest possible number of our ladies can play and enjoy them."
        
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