Die Flöte (Fürstenau, Anton Bernhard) Genre Categories, Songs; For voice, flute, piano; For voices with solo instruments; [4 more ]Scores featuring the voice ;. Anton Bernhard Fürstenau (). The most prominent exponent of German Romantic flute-playing in the first half of the 19th century, A.B. Fürstenau was. Here you will find a variety of high quality sheet music for Flute for beginners and advanced players! Order fast & secure, even without regist.
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His music is based on that of his contemporaries, notably Carl Maria von Weber. Overview Victoria and Albert had 20 grandsons and 22 granddaughters, two of whom the youngest sons of Prince Alfred and Princess Helena were stillborn, and two more Prince Alexander John of Wales and Prince Harald of Schleswig-Holstein died shortly after birth.
Through his published works for flute, including twelve solo concertos, many variations, rondos and similar items, as well as duos, trios, a quartet for four flutes and compositions for flute and piano, he created new characteristic literature for his instrument.
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26 Uebungen für die Flöte, Op.107 (Fürstenau, Anton Bernhard)
Sometimes there are even recital pieces, also with accompaniment. For his services he was granted the title of professor of music from the king. He wrote about sixty compositions for his instrument among rondos, fantasias, suites and concertos. A flute rurstenau is a musical term for a type of chamber music group.
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Biography of Anton Bernhard Fürstenau (1792-1852)
Skeptical as to the technical advancements of the flute, he remained faithful to the nine key flute until his death.
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