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Capriccio notturno GeWV 263

Flute (Treble Recorder) and Piano

By Harald Genzmer

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Flute (treble recorder) and piano - very easy to easy
Flute (Treble Recorder) and Piano. Composed by Harald Genzmer. Edited by Edmund Waechter and Elisabeth Weinzierl. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Edition Schott. Classical. Softcover. Composed 2003. 24 pages. Duration 11' 30''. Schott Music #ED 20978. Published by Schott Music (HL.49019133).

Item Number: HL.49019133

ISBN 9790001174596. 9x12 inches.

The wide-ranging oeuvre of Harald Genzmer (1909-2007) is completed by a large number of small-scale chamber music works. In the last stage of his creative life, the flute played a major role. It was in that period that he composed Capriccio notturno for flute or treble recorder and piano, which goes back to his reading Friedrich Nietzsche's Thus Spake Zarathustra whom Genzmer admired very much. Genzmer begins his work with Nachtlied from the second part of Nietzsche's work, using it as a motto. The flute part of Capriccio notturno lies comfortably on the flute, using the possibilities of the treble recorder. In both cases, as in the piano part as well, the demanding musical context requires experienced performers: a work for both the concert stage and upper school classes or youth competitions.

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