Flute 2 part from BEETHOVEN - Allegro for a flute clock - arrangement for training Wind Band (previously free)

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This music has been transposed from the original key.

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Full details

Ever since musical instruments were invented, people have tried to invent instruments which can play by themselves. The oldest surviving mechanical musical instruments are the glockenspiels which sat in clocks in the late Middle Ages. In the 18th century the flute clock was invented, for which Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven all wrote original compositions. This piece belong to a set of five compositions that Beethoven wrote for a flute clock which was displayed in an art exhibition in Vienna. It was composed sometime between 1792 and 1799, and has been arranged in this version for a beginner’s Wind Band.

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Composer
Ludwig Van Beethoven
Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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