Kalkbrenner: Septet, Op. 132 (ca. 1835)

Oboe, clarinet (A & B♭), bassoon, horn, cello, bass, and piano

Edited by Dean Crocker, 2017

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Previously published by Breitkopf & Härtel (Leipzig), n.d. (ca. 1835)

Friedrich Wilhelm Kalkbrenner , 1788 (on a journey from Cassel to Berlin)‒1849/06/10 (near Paris). Studied at the Paris Conservatory as well as with Clementi and Albrechtsberger. As a pianist, Kalkbrenner developed many modern technical tricks, including octave-playing, left hand technique, and pedaling. Composer of more than 200 piano works, piano concertos, and operas. Famed for his stunning piano technique and his astounding vanity.

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