12 German Dances by Franz Joseph Haydn: Arranged as Duets for Soprano and Tenor Recorder or C Instruments in Treble Clef (violin, flute, oboe) (Paperback)

12 German Dances by Franz Joseph Haydn: Arranged as Duets for Soprano and Tenor Recorder or C Instruments in Treble Clef (violin, flute, oboe) By Paul G. Young Cover Image

12 German Dances by Franz Joseph Haydn: Arranged as Duets for Soprano and Tenor Recorder or C Instruments in Treble Clef (violin, flute, oboe) (Paperback)

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Scroll below for a video example(s) of several of the duets as played on Finale. These delightful German Dances by Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) are intended for intermediate-level recorder players (or a student with teacher), arranged for soprano and tenor recorder (or two soprano recorders). Haydn wrote them in the 1790s, either for orchestra or keyboard. Haydn's collective works, catalogued by Anthony van Hoboken, contain approximately 750 entries. Haydn spent most of his career in employment of the wealthy Esterh zy family at their Eszterh za Castle near Vienna.This valuable collection of minuet-like dances from Hob. IX were popular in the Classical era with the aristocracy, and they are appropriate today for varied performances in school, church, civic, and more by performers of all ages and abilities. The duets could also be performed by or with other C instruments in treble clef, such as flute, oboe, and violin. Place this volume in your files. The purchaser is free to make copies of parts for rehearsal and performance purposes for years to come.
Product Details ISBN: 9798714873751
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: February 28th, 2021
Pages: 40
Language: English