Pièce En Sol Mineur, Op. 5 is a piece for Oboe and Piano accompaniment composed by Gabriel Pierné. Its medium difficulty will enable intermediate players and above levels to play it, and to appreciate its features.
Really enjoyable, this early work, written in 1833, lasts approximately 2’30 and has been transcribed for many other instruments. It is perfect for recitals and concerts.
The book contains the score and Oboe part. The score mentions the possibility of replacing the Oboe by a Violin or a Cello.
Gabriel Pierné (1863-1937) won the Prix de Rome in 1882.The composer wrote many chamber compositions, Piano pieces, symphonic music and some oratorios.