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"Serenade" from 18 Études (Op. 109 No. 11) for Oboe & Guitar


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Johann Friedrich Franz Burgmüller, generally known as Friedrich Burgmüller (born Regensburg, Germany 4 December 1806 – 13 February 1874) was a German pianist and composer. He was born in Ratisbon (now Regensburg) Germany. Both his father, August, and his brother, Norbert, were musicians. His father was a musical theatre director in Weimar and other Southern German centers. He moved to Kassel in 1829 to study under Ludwig Spohr and Moritz Hauptmann. There he appeared as a pianist for his first concert, January 14, 1830. He moved to Paris in 1832 (at age 26), where he stayed until his death. Norbert, his brother, made plans to join him in Paris, in 1835. However, he drowned in a spa in Aachen a year later. In Paris, Friedrich adopted Parisian music and developed his trademark (light) style of playing. He wrote many pieces of salon music for the piano and published several albums. Burgmüller also went on to compose piano études intended for children. He died in Paris in 1874

His 18 Études (Op. 109) is a wonderful collection of small character studies composed in 1806-1874. Each piece presents a consistent technical problem, which is often the main idea of the piece, while at the same time having a distinct and lovely musical appeal.

Source: Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Friedrich_Franz_Burgm%C3%BCller ).

Although originally composed for Piano, I created this Interpretation of "Serenade" from 18 Études (Op. 109 No. 11) for Oboe & Classical Guitar.

Classical

Pages 2
Duration 01:22
Measures 39
Key signature 1 sharp
Parts 2
Part names Oboe, Guitar
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