Petite symphonie, Op. 216

Charles Gounoud wrote the Petite Symphonie (Little Symphonie), Op. 216, in 1885. It is a work for 9 wind instruments (2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 horns, 2 basoons, and 1 flute) and it was originally presented to Paul Taffanel, French flautist. It was later  published by the Parisian Société de Musique de la Chambre pour Instruments à Vent.

This sheet contains the following parts:

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Petite symphonie, Op. 216 - Complete Score
Petite symphonie, Op. 216 - Complete Parts
Petite symphonie, Op. 216 - Flute
Petite symphonie, Op. 216 - Oboe 1
Petite symphonie, Op. 216 - Oboe 2
Petite symphonie, Op. 216 - Clarinet 1 (B♭)
Petite symphonie, Op. 216 - Clarinet 2 (B♭)
Petite symphonie, Op. 216 - Bassoon 1
Petite symphonie, Op. 216 - Bassoon 2
Petite symphonie, Op. 216 - Horn 1 (B♭, E♭)
Petite symphonie, Op. 216 - Horn 2 (B♭, E♭)

Charles Gounod

Charles-François Gounod or ) was a French composer, best known for his Ave Maria (based on a work by Bach) as well ...