Sonata in Eb Major was originally composed for Viola and Bass. It was arranged for Viola and Piano by Hans Mlynarczyk. It comprises 5 movements: Allegro Moderato - Menuetto I - Adagio - Menuetto II - Tema Con Variazioni.
15 Etüden Für Violoncello (15 Etudes for Cello, Op. 76a) is a collection of 15 light Etudes for Cello, covering melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic technical points.
The Concerto A Fagotto Principale was written c.1845 as an examination piece for the bassoonist Nazzareno Gatti. It consists of three contrasting movements in varying keys, which serve to provide many opportunities for the soloist to display their virtuosic talents.