Echo-Sonate in D by Anton Wranitzky
Edited for 4 C Flutes by Nikolaus Delius
Includes score and parts
Anton Wranitzky (1761 – 1820) was a pupil of Albrechtsberger, Mozart and Haydn and wrote mainly violin concertos, symphonies and string quartets, most of them unpublished. The first time presented Echo Sonata is probably related to a circle of Viennese flautist who used an ensemble performance especially. In the three-movement work imitating flute 3 and 4 (the so-called echo-flutes), the 1st and 2nd flute. Definitely a fun in interaction in the music school.