Half Hours with the Best Composers (Callcott, William Hutchins)

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Mendelssohn

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Arranger William Hutchins Callcott (1807-1882)
Publisher. Info. London: R. Addison & Co., n.d. Plate 876.
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Rossini

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Arranger William Hutchins Callcott (1807-1882)
Publisher. Info. London: R. Addison & Co., n.d. Plate 9030.
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Misc. Notes The flute part is missing.
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Spohr

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Arranger William Hutchins Callcott (1807-1882)
Publisher. Info. London: R. Addison & Co., n.d. Plate 8649.
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Misc. Notes last page of piano part missing
The flute part is missing.
From the Drs. Whitby Music Collection at the University of Western Ontario.
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General Information

Work Title Half hours with the best composers
Alternative. Title
Composer Callcott, William Hutchins
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's see below
  • Mendelssohn
  1. First rondo brillante
  2. First concerto
  • Rossini
  1. L'asia in faville
  2. Il carnovale. Siamo ciechi siamo nati
  3. La Carita ; La pastorella dell'Alpi
  4. Mose in Egitto. Mi manca la voce
  5. Mose in Egitto. Preghiera
  • Spohr
  1. Faust. Dearest, let thy footsteps follow
  2. Jessonda. Edies Loos der Krieger
  3. Azor and Zemira. Rose softly blooming, and Night's lingering shades
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation piano, with ad lib. parts for flute, violin, cello

Misc. Comments

  • These are not straight arrangements, they are potpourris.
  • There is a "Half Hours" published for Beethoven, based on "In questa tomba oscura", WoO 133; "Ah! perfido spergiuro", op. 65; and "Tremate! empi, tremate!", op. 116, and others for Weber, Haydn, Mozart, Handel, Gluck, Meyerbeer, Cherubini, and Winter.