6 Oboe Concertos (Lebrun, Ludwig August)

Ambox notice.pngThese concertos are numbered according to the set published posthumously by André in 1804.
For the earlier set of concertos for oboe or flute published by Sieber, see 7 Concertos.


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Concerto No.1 in D minor

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Concerto No.1 in D minor

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Work Title 6 Oboe Concertos
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Composer Lebrun, Ludwig August
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 6 concertos
  1. Concerto in D minor
  2. Concerto in G minor
  3. Concerto in C major
  4. Concerto in B-flat major
  5. Concerto in C major
  6. Concerto in F major
First Publication. 1804 Offenbach: André
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation Solo: oboe
Orchestra: 2 flutes, 2 horns in D, timpani, strings


Misc. Comments

"Because the original or earliest generic title elements of Lebrun’s concertos cannot be adequately reconstructed from reference sources (MGG, New Grove, others), provisionally use the number sequence (1-6) and key sequence (d, g, C, B­, C, F) of the set posthumously published by André in 1804 for the oboe concertos associated with that set and construct uniform titles as if these concertos were originally published as a set." — Library of Congress