HAYDN DIVERTIMENTO IN C MAJOR Hob.XI: 82 for flute, oboe & clarinet
Woodwind Trio - Digital Sheet Music

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Woodwind Ensemble,Woodwind Trio Clarinet,Flute,Oboe - Level 3 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.811733

Composed by Joseph Haydn (1732 - 1809). Arranged by Pat Spence. Classical,Concert,Graduation,Standards. 20 pages. Piper Publications #5355815. Published by Piper Publications (A0.811733).

This Divertimento is an arrangement of the 82nd trio which Haydn composed for baryton, viola and cello. His employer, Prince Esterhazy, played the baryton - a new stringed instrument which never became popular - with enthusiasm. The Prince's progress on the instrument can be followed through the 126 trios as can Haydn's musical ingenuity as he experimented with style and harmony. The three movements, Adagio, Allegro & Minuet & Trio composed in about 1790 are fun to play and would make an enjoyable concert piece for players of intermediate standard or above.

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