The Early Horn: A Practical Guide
A series of case studies which include the music of Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann and Brahms, will help performers to make a well-grounded, period interpretation of major works from the horn repertoire. Complemented by an extensive bibliography this accessible guide will appeal to players of all levels."--Jacket.
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2 Historical Background
5 The language of musical style
6 Case studies
Concerto in D Hob VIId 3 and attrib Haydn Concerto in D Hob VIId 4
Concerto in E K495
Sonata in F op 17
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