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Charles Zeuner (1795-1857) - Variations pour le Cor
Charles Zeuner (1795-1857)
Variations pour le Cor
(arr. for horn and piano by J. Snedeker)
Zeuner was a German organist who settled in the Boston area around 1830, and composed many sacred choral pieces as well as works for a variety of instruments. Variations pour le Cor was written for horn and orchestra, and the manuscript was recently discovered by Mr. Sam Dennison at the University of Pennsylvania Van Pelt Library Special Collections. Includes informative Preface by the editor.
James Nicholas - "Twelve Pieces for Two Natural Horns, Compos'd in Classical Style" (1992)
Jacques-Francois Gallay (1795-1864) - Three Grand Duos, op.38
Louis-Francois Dauprat (1781-1868) - 20 Duos for Horns in Different Keys, op.14
Humple, Rathgen, Seibst & Dauche English Duos: "A Collection of Duets for French Horns"
Charles Turrschmidt (1753-1797) - 50 Duos, op.3
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