Kuhlau 6 Divertissements Opus 68-Solo Flute


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Kuhlau 6 Divertissements Opus 68-Solo Flute

Kuhlau 6 Divertissements Opus 68-Solo Flute

Publisher-Edition Peters

Edited by Taffanel


  • Divertissement No. 1 G major
  • Divertissement No. 2 D major
  • Divertissement No. 3 H major
  • Divertissement No. 4 Eb major
  • Divertissement No. 5 G major
  • Divertissement No. 6 C# min

Friedrich Daniel Rudolf Kuhlau-Composer

Nicknamed Beethoven of the Flute, Kuhlau (1786-1832) was a German-Danish-born composer during the Classical and Romantic periods. His best-known work was entitled ‘Elverhøj’ and was used for royal wedding celebrations.

In 1802, he moved to Hamburg and studied piano, making his début in 1804. He wrote a vast number of works for the flute, of which his first compositions for flute and piano were published in 1810. One year later, he later fled to Copenhagen, Denmark where he taught, composed, performed as a concert pianist and was a musician in the Danish Court. During his travels to Vienna, he became friends with Beethoven.

The International Friedrich Kuhlau Flute Competition has been held since 1970 in honour of the composer. https://kuhlau.de/competition/?lang=en


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