||3 Pieces for Flute, Violin and Piano
- Nocturno I, Op.183 No.1
- Nocturno II, Op.183 No.2
- Evening on the Sea (Abends am See), Op.252 No.3
||1870 (nocturne No.1)|
1878 (nocturne no.2)
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Flute, Violin and Piano (or 2 Flutes and Piano)
If the info in Behr's worklist is correct, "Abends am See" is an arrangement of a piece originally written for piano quatre-mains.
I'm not sure whether the two Nocturnos are arrangements or original compositions. And does opus 183 contain only these two pieces or is there more?
- HMB just says Nocturne (in Dec.1870) and "Nocturnes, No.2" (in Nov.1878), not "2 Nocturnes, No.2" (and flute, violin and piano is specified with no alternative instrumentation given), but no 3rd is mentioned that I can see offhand. This looks like it could be? probably?? is? - a publisher-organized collection and fairly arbitrary at that, not a composer-organized one. - Schissel