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Honegger - Concerto da Camera for Flute, English Horn and Strings H.161 - Score and Parts

Honegger - Concerto da Camera

Concerto da camera (H 196) is a concerto in three movements for the unusual combination of flute, English horn, and string orchestra written by Arthur Honegger late in his career in 1948. Honegger described the movements as such: "The first part is based...
Honegger Symphony No.3 Score and Parts

Honegger: Symphony No.3 H.186 "Liturgique"

$135.00 - $515.00
Composed in the aftermath of World War II, it is one of Honegger's best-known works. It is in three movements, each of which (following the symphony's subtitle) is named after part of the Requiem Mass. The first movement, Dies irae, is marked allegro...
Honegger Symphony No.4 Deliciae Basilienses - Score and Parts

Honegger: Symphony No.4 (Deliciae Basilienses) H.191

$138.50 - $475.00
Honegger's Fourth Symphony, which contains musical quotations from two Basel folk songs, expresses the composer's happiness during a pleasant stay in the Swiss countryside after the end of World War II.Despite the pastoral and often joyous mood...
Honegger Cello Concerto, Score and Orchestral Parts

Honegger: Concerto for Cello and Orchestra H.72

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Of the three concertante works that Honegger composed, this is the only one without a diminutive in the title. Ironically, it is one of Honegger's most light-hearted, even amusing scores. It is tuneful and rhythmically vital.The soloist is given...
Score & Parts for Honegger: Concertino for Piano and Orchestra

Honegger: Concertino for Piano and Orchestra H.55

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In reality a ten-minute neo-classical piano concerto in two movements, Honegger's Concertino sports severe "wrong note" harmonies and complex counterpoint within what is actually a rigid framework. Two movements further subdivide into four, and the...
Honegger: Symphony No.2 for Strings and Trumpet ad lib, Score and Parts

Honegger - Symphony No.2 for Strings and Trumpet (ad lib.) H.153

Commissioned in 1937 by Paul Sacher, it was only completed in 1941. The work is for string orchestra, except for the addition of a trumpet in the concluding chorale: "like pulling out an organ stop", according to the composer. The work is in three...