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The Serenade op. 41 is based on Beethoven's Opus 25 for flute, violin and viola. Although the version for piano and flute (or violin) did not originate from the composer – but was probably undertaken by the composer Franz Xaver Kleinheinz –, Beethoven did, however, “look through it and substantially improve some passages”, as he assured his publishers Hoffmeister & Kühnel in September 1803. With the accolade “revue par l'Auteur”, the arrangement was soon widely disseminated. We are publishing a revised edition of this charming serenade, incorporating the latest scholarly Beethoven research (to date HN 301). It contains new, extensive texts concerning the genesis and source situation.
Urtext edition edited by Egon Voss, with fingering by Klaus Schilde.
G. Henle Verlag HN 934
Serenade for Piano and Flute (Violin) op. 41
Beethoven, Ludwig van - Serenade for Piano and Flute (Violin) Op. 41
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