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Charles Turrschmidt (1753-1797) - 50 Duos, op.3
Charles Turrschmidt (1753-1797)
50 Duos, op.3
Turrschmidt was the most famous cor basse of the late 18th century, and was, with Johann Palsa, part of the most famous touring horn duo in Europe at the time. These duos were first published in 1795.
Humple, Rathgen, Seibst & Dauche English Duos: "A Collection of Duets for French Horns"
Humple, Rathgen, Seibst & Dauche
English Duos: "A Collection of Duets for French Horns"
Composed ca.1760. Includes some trios, too!
Item # ENG02 $11.50
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.
Louis-Francois Dauprat (1781-1868) - 20 Duos for Horns in Different Keys, op.14
Louis-Francois Dauprat (1781-1868)
20 Duos for Horns in Different Keys, op.14
Probably composed between 1817 and 1824, the duos are reproduced here in facsimile. Dauprat was the most influential teacher and performer in France in the 19th century, and emphasized the unique qualities of each different crook in his compositions. Includes a complete translation of Dauprat’s preface to this work.
Jacques-Francois Gallay (1795-1864) - Three Grand Duos, op.38
Jacques-Francois Gallay (1795-1864)
Three Grand Duos, op.38
Gallay was a student of Dauprat at the Paris Conservatoire, and succeeded his teacher there in 1842. He is considered to have been the last great natural horn virtuoso in France, and was not at all a fan of the new valved horn. These duos were composed in 1837.
James Nicholas - "Twelve Pieces for Two Natural Horns, Compos'd in Classical Style" (1992)
"Twelve Pieces for Two Natural Horns, Compos'd in Classical Style" (1992)
Inspired by the Horn Duets of Mozart
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