Arrangements and Transcriptions
||Vienne: Pietro Mechetti, n.d. (1834). Plate P.M.No. 2503.
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||Die Abenteurer, Op.91
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||see below, Comments
According to Grove Music, Lanner was a violinist who "with Johann Stauss (i), Lanner was the most important dance composer of the Biedermeier period, and the two musicians have rightly been called the fathers of the Viennese waltz." His ensembles ranged from trios and sextets to orchestras. This work would most likely have been for an ensemble of some sort, but until a score or parts surface, it is not known exactly what. Accordingly, it is tagged for undetermined instrumentation at the moment.