Nocturne for Flute, Viola and Guitar, Op. 21

During the first decades of the 19th century, there was a sudden increase in the popularity of the guitar. Most of the leading composers of the time, including Weber, Rossini, Verdi, Paganini, Berlioz, and Schubert wrote for the instrument. Wenzel Thomas Matiegka, an specialist in the instrument, published his Nocture for Flute, Viola, and Guitar, Op. 21 in 1807. It is a work in five movements, with dedication to "M. Le Comte Jean Esterházy". Schubert was also an avid guitarist: he took up the instrument when he was a teenager, and later ... more

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RecordingQuartet for flute, guitar, viola and cello - I. ModeratoFavoriteDownload
RecordingQuartet for flute, guitar, viola and cello - II. MenuettoFavoriteDownload
RecordingQuartet for flute, guitar, viola and cello - III. Lento e pateticoFavoriteDownload
RecordingQuartet for flute, guitar, viola and cello - IV. ZingaraFavoriteDownload
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