Jules Auguste Eduard Demersseman: Introduction and Variations on "Carnival of Venice"

Introduction and Variations on "Carnival of Venice"

Jules Auguste Eduard Demersseman: Introduction and Variations on "Carnival of Venice" for flute and piano op. 7 | UE16732

One of the best-known works of Jules Demerssemann (died 1866) are the variations on the "Carnival of Venice" op. 7 for flute and piano published in this edition.

Instrument:
for flute and piano
Edition type:
sheet music
Composer:
Demersseman Jules Auguste Eduard
Series:
Universal Querflöten Edition
Grade:
5-7
Opus:
op. 7
  • UE16732
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-1202-9
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-00469-8
  • 23.2 × 30.5 cm
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Contents – Introduction and Variations on "Carnival of Venice" for flute and piano op. 7

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Description

In the short span of his life - Demerssemann was only 33 years old - the famous flute virtuoso composed for his instrument a multitude of concerts, fantasies and other, mostly virtuoso pieces.
Among his best known works are the variations on the opera "Carneval in Venice" by Reinhard Keiser. This edition follows the first edition by the publishing house Lehne & Komp./Hannover.

Additional information

Instrument:
for flute and piano
Edition type:
sheet music
Composer:
Demersseman Jules Auguste Eduard
Series:
Universal Querflöten Edition
Grade:
5-7
Opus:
op. 7

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