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Concerto Concertant No. 3 composed by Christian-Ludwig Dieter (1757-1822)Edited by Denis Verroust for two Flutes and Piano (original included orchestra)Includes score and partsDuration: 15 min 45 sec"The following piece fore two flutes and orchestra is probably one of the best of its kind in the classical repertoire, combining melodic wealth, invention and flamboyance. Its unusual title: "Concerto Concertant" may derive from the fact that the two solo instruments never play in any of the tutti. Furthermore, most Symphonies concertantes consist of two movements only: Allegro/Rondo. Instead of the usual very short ransition between the two, Dieter's composition offers a beautiful slow movement in G minor, accompanied by string pizzicati. This very movement is included in a book of duets by Franz-Anton Hoffmeister (opus 16)." - Preface by Denis Verroust