Solo Horn in F part from In Questa Tomba Oscura

page one of the Solo Horn in F part from In Questa Tomba Oscura

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original song for (male) voice and piano. Hopefully your cornets will welcome a little break. This may also be done as a euphonium or baritone solo, minus either the horns or the fluegel/trombones. Alternate parts are provided for other brass combinations. "Let me repose in this dark tomb. When I was alive, ungrateful woman, you should have thought of me. Let the naked spirits at least enjoy peace, and do not bathe my ashes in your useless venom." He may be dead, but he’s still pretty unhappy with her.

Ludwig van Beethoven transcribed by Carlton King
2 minutes
Classical music

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