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Farkas Ferenc: Serenade for Wind Quintet

partition et parties

Instrumentation: Wind Quintet
Instrumentation: fl, ob, cl, cor, fg
Période: 20th Century
Langue: Hungarian, English, German
Pages: 66 pp
Format: A/4
Poids: 0.196 kg
Date du parution: Février 1997
Editeur: Universal Music Publishing Editio Musica Budapest
Numéro d’édition: 14148
ISMN: 9790080141489
Ferenc Farkas’ (1905-2000) most popular piece appears here in a new format: the publication folder contains both the individual parts and the score of the work. First published in the 1950s, this three-movement composition (Allegro - Andante espressivo - Allegro vivace) has - as the title suggests - a light, serenade-like tone. In particular, the dance-like final movement (subheaded with the word ‚’Saltarello’’) is sure to find success with an audience.

This publication is printed on high-quality, age-resistant paper that is produced in an environmentally-friendly, climate-neutral manner using renewable raw materials.