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By , he was an active cello teacher. In , he published his opus 1, six concertante quartets. He retired from the orchestra in His music reflected the Parisian love for graceful melodies and energetic rhythms. Before his works were usually two or three movement compositions employing sonata and rondo form, or a one movement work using variations. His later works, such as Symphonie concertante for clarinet, horn and bassoon, Op.
His concertos, written for his own performance, were influenced by Giovanni Battista Viotti who utilized a precise thematic organization interjected with virtuosic passages. The original version is available from several different publishers. Versions have also been published transcribed for other string instruments, including the viola , and for bass clarinet. It was probably the first systematic treatise on the cello.
However, it was not well-received as it overlooked the increasing technical advances in the design of the cello that allowed for greater virtuosity on the instrument. Orchestral Edit Symphonies concertantes only solo instruments listed : 2 as Op.
Bréval: Concertino No. 1 in F Major
Arranged by August Lee. Classical Period. Set of Parts. Published by August Lee S0.
Breval Cello Concertino in F Major First Movement
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