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2. Serenade / Zweite Serenade

1. Allegro ma non troppo, 2. Menuetto (Allegretto), 3. Andante cantabile, 4. Rondo (Allegretto) / M.A. Rompano gewidmet

By Anton Bernhard Furstenau

Flute, bassoon, viola and guitar (Set of parts)
1. Allegro ma non troppo, 2. Menuetto (Allegretto), 3. Andante cantabile, 4. Rondo (Allegretto) / M.A. Rompano gewidmet. Composed by Anton Bernhard Furstenau. Edited by Boris Bjorn Bagger. Score And Parts. Duration 20'00. Published by Edition 49 (E4.E49-06126-11).

Item Number: E4.E49-06126-11

The most prominent exponent of German Romantic flute-playing in the first half of the 19th century, A.B. Furstenau was the son and flute pupil of Caspar Furstenau (177-1819) and the father and teacher of Moritz Furstenau (1824-89).

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  • October 05, 2018 Quartet

    I recently played this work with semi-professional level flute, viola, cello & guitar. I played guitar. I brought the music and presented three works: this Serenade, the Quartet by Janos Fusz and the Quartet by Franz Schubert. The flutist was fond of the works Furtsenau and asked to play this...

    work first. We then played Fusz and the first movement of the Schubert. The group definitely preferred the Fusz over the Furstenau. the flutist was disappointed with this work compared to other Furstenau works. I prefer Furstenau's trio op. 86 over this work. the cellist made some comment about their being many bassoon like arpeggios but didn't identify and problems playing the bassoon part on cello. I've never tried this work with bassoon. The guitar part is VERY EASY compared to guitar chamber music of the period. Furstenau was not a guitarist and the guitar part is easy but interesting. The group commented that some of the modulations were very unusual.

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