Oboe 2 from Schubert: Octet D.803 (Op.166)(Mvt.1) (originally written for octet of 3 winds/5 strings) arr. wind octet

Composer
Franz Schubert
Publisher
Duration
12 minutes
Genre
Classical music

Originally written for an octet of 3 wind: clt, Hn & Bsn, and 5 strings: 2 Vlns, viola, cello and bass, this is a tricky piece to arrange for a standard wind octet. I have left the three original wind parts mostly unchanged, with some additional notes as required. I have simplified the string parts in places, making them more playable by the wind player: I have not simply allocated the 5 string parts to the 5 wind players. The second horn part is used for the low sustained notes originally played by the double bass. I have had to utilize notes not in the horns harmonic series, unlike horn 1.

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