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Original

Sextet. Ludwig Thuille. Cello sheet music. Clarinet sheet music. Horn sheet music. Viola sheet music. Piano Accompaniment sheet music.

Translation

Sextet. Ludwig Thuille. Cello sheet music. Clarinet sheet music. Horn sheet music. Viola sheet music. Piano Accompaniment sheet music.

Original

Sextet composed by Ludwig Thuille. 1861-1907. Winds and Piano. For 2 clarinets and piano or clarinet, viola. cello. basset-horn. and piano. This edition. Facsimile Editions. Most well-known composition for wind quintet and piano. Romantic. Parts. Published by Rosewood Publications. RW.RFE-91. Ludwig Thuille. 1861 " 1907. was an Austrian composer and teacher. Born at Bozen, then part of Tyrol, now in Italy, Thuille lost both his parents in 1872. In 1877 he met the young Richard Strauss. the two became lifelong friends. After studying under Josef Rheinberger in Munich, he became a professor of theory and composition. His many pupils included Hermann Abendroth, Ernest Bloch, Ernst Boehe, Richard Wetz, Paul von Klenau, Rudi Stephan, Walter Braunfels, Henry Kimball Hadley and Walter R. Spalding. who became the head of the Division of Music at Harvard University, co-authored a textbook on harmony with Arthur Foote, and later taught Leroy Anderson.

Translation

Sextet composed by Ludwig Thuille. 1861-1907. Winds and Piano. For 2 clarinets and piano or clarinet, viola. cello. basset-horn. and piano. This edition. Facsimile Editions. Most well-known composition for wind quintet and piano. Romantic. Parts. Published by Rosewood Publications. RW.RFE-91. Ludwig Thuille. 1861 " 1907. was an Austrian composer and teacher. Born at Bozen, then part of Tyrol, now in Italy, Thuille lost both his parents in 1872. In 1877 he met the young Richard Strauss. the two became lifelong friends. After studying under Josef Rheinberger in Munich, he became a professor of theory and composition. His many pupils included Hermann Abendroth, Ernest Bloch, Ernst Boehe, Richard Wetz, Paul of Klenau, Rudi Stephan, Walter Braunfels, Henry Kimball Hadley and Walter R. Spalding. who became the head of the Division of Music at Harvard University, co-authored a textbook on harmony with Arthur Foote, and later taught Leroy Anderson.