Septet Sheet Music

A septet is a piece for seven performers, usually a multi movement work involving many musical forms. Ludwig van Beethoven's famous Septet in E flat major, Op. 20, was scored for clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, viola, cello, and double bass. That combination of instruments became a reference for future composers including Conradin Kreutzer, Franz Berwald,, and Max Bruch.

Title Composer Instrument Period
3 Pieces for Flute, Harp and String Quartet, Op.13 Daniel Gregory Mason Chamber group Early 20th Century
Exil, Op.25 Eugène Ysaÿe Chamber group Early 20th Century
Grand Septet in B-flat major Franz Berwald Chamber group Romantic
Grand septuor, Op.88 Ignaz Moscheles Chamber group Romantic
Holzbläser Septet Daniel Léo Simpson Wind Ensemble 21st Century
Septet No.1, Op.26 Alexander Fesca Chamber group Romantic
Septet No.1, Op.74 Johann Nepomuk Hummel Chamber group Romantic
Septet No.2 'Military', Op.114 Johann Nepomuk Hummel Chamber group Classical
Septet, Op.49 René de Boisdeffre Chamber group Romantic
Septet, Op.147 Louis Spohr Piano Romantic
Septet, Op.147 Louis Spohr Chamber group Romantic
Septuor, Op.40 Adolphe Blanc Chamber group Romantic
Septuor, Op.65 Camille Saint-Saëns Chamber group Late 19th century
Sérénade, Op.75 Leonhard von Call Chamber group Classical