Matiegka: Notturno, Op 21, for flute, alto flute and piano

Composer
Wenzel Thomas Matiegka (1773-1830)
Year of composition
1815
Year of arrangement
2008
Lyricist
none
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
28 minutes
Genre
Classical music
Instrumentation
Trio
Instrumental parts
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The Bohemian composer Wenzel (Weceslaw) Thomas Matiegka (1773-1830) wrote various works for the flute, but none so gloriously tuneful and eccentric as his Notturno, Opus 21, for flute, viola and guitar. It has long been a favourite work of mine and, I’d imagine, many others. There are five delightfully tuneful movements, and in this arrangement the alto flute valiantly takes the place of the viola (with suitable changes). The guitar part has been filled out to produce a workable piano part, but try to make the instrument sound as guitar-like (!) as possible. Don’t be shy to give the Zingara its gypsy passion.

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