Introduction, Theme & Variations, op. 102 - OB/PN
Composer: Hummel, Johann Nepomuk
Publisher: Musica Rara (Germany)
Introduction, Theme, and Variations, op. 102
for oboe and piano
by Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778-1837) - Austrian composer and virtuoso pianist
The Introduction, Theme, and Variations, Op 102 was written in 1825 during Hummel's time as the court composer at Weimar. The work places high demands on the soloist in rendering the work in a pleasing and effective way; their formal pattern is exceedingly interesting. Elements of strict variation technique combine with free fantasy. The inclusion of a Tempo di Valse variated theme with two further "Alternativi" is especially attractive. The work is a true enrichment of the solo literature for oboe. The piano reduction was arranged by Hermann Dechant.
This title comes with the oboe solo part as well as the piano reduction. The full score and set are only available as rentals, directly from the publisher. Edited by Georg Meerwein.
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