Beethoven: Three Equali WoO 30 for Double Reed Quartet
By Beethoven, arr. James Guthrie, ASCAP
For small ensemble
Includes score and parts
Beethoven: Three Equali, WoO 30. Score: 9 pages, duration: ca. 4:15. Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Arranged by James Guthrie, ASCAP. Classical Period, Christian, Repertoire, Funeral, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.775879.
Commissioned in 1812 by Franz Xaver Glöggl, Stadtkapellmeister of Linz. Intended as tower music for All Souls' Day, they were first performed at the Old Linz Cathedral on 2 November 1812. Equals 1 & 3 were performed at Beethoven's funeral on 29 March 1827.
Originally scored for trombone quartet
Title: Beethoven: Three Equali WoO 30 for Double Reed Choir
Ensemble: Small ensemble
Arranger: James Guthrie, ASCAP
Includes score: Yes
Includes parts: Yes
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Beethoven: Three Equali WoO 30 for Double Reed Choir