Robert Schumann: Concert Piece For Four Horns And Orchestra Op.86: Orchestra

Piano Reduction

COMPOSER: Robert Schumann
PUBLISHER: G. Henle Verlag
PRODUCT FORMAT: Score and Parts
“Something quite curious, I believe” it was thus that Robert Schumann described the Concert Piece for four Horns and large orchestra in a letter, and he did indeed break new ground with this work as far as the scoring and treatment of the instruments was concerned. When it was composed in 1849, the
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Composer Robert Schumann
Editor Ernst Herttrich
Publisher G. Henle Verlag
Instrumentation 4 Horns and Piano
Product Format Score and Parts
Genre Classical
Year of Publication 2014
Style Period Romantic
ISMN 9790201811383
No. HN1138
Number of pages 85
Series Henle Urtext Editions
Description
“Something quite curious, I believe” it was thus that Robert Schumann described the Concert Piece for four Horns and large orchestra in a letter, and he did indeed break new ground with this work as far as the scoring and treatment of the instruments was concerned. When it was composed in 1849, the French horn was still fairly new, enabling players to play previously unheard-of runs and free modulations, a fact which Schumann made the most of, particularly with his scoring for four horns. Even today the Concert Piece is the romantic work for horn par excellence and a benchmark for all soloists.
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