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Category:Fürstenau, Anton Bernhard.
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- Concertos and concertinos
- Concerto for Flute No 1 Op. 12 Breitkopf ca 1822
- Concertino Op.17 ( Johann André)
- Concerto for Flute No 2 Op.33 in A Breitkopf
- Concerto for Flute No 3 Op. 35 Probst
- Concerto for Flute No 4 Op. 40 in E minor, accompanied by orchestra or pianoforte: Dedicated to his friend Theobald Boehm
- Concertino for two flutes Op. 41 in F major Breitkopf
- Concerto for Flute No 5 Op. 52 Spehr of Braunschweig
- Concerto for Flute No 6 Op. 58 Breitkopf
- Concertino for Flute, Op. 77 Andre, 1831
- Concerto No.8 in D major Op. 84 In the form of a singing scene for flute and Orchestra Berlin Challier
- Concertino Op. 87 for two flutes in E 1832
- Concertino for Flute, Op. 100 in B minor (No. 9 of his concertos) with orchestral accompaniment or pianoforte: Dedicated to Christian Heinemeyer 1834
- Concertino Op. 104 Souvenir de Berlin, Bote Bock Berlin
- Concertino Op. 119 Gage d'amitie
- Sinfonie Concertante of Ferdinand Fraenzl, arranged for two flutes, two violins, two violas, bass, two oboes, two horns, two Bassoons, two trumpets, and timpani