7 Concertos (Lebrun, Ludwig August)

Ambox notice.pngThese concertos are numbered according to the set published by Sieber between 1776 and 1787
For the set of oboe concertos published posthumously by André in 1804, see 6 Oboe Concertos.


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Concerto No.1 in G major

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Concerto No.2 in C major

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Concerto No.3 in F major

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Concerto No.4 in C major

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General Information

Work Title 7 Concertos
Alternative. Title
Composer Lebrun, Ludwig August
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 7 concertos
  1. Concerto for Flute (G major) or Oboe (F major)
  2. Concerto for Oboe (C major)
  3. Concerto for Oboe (F major)
  4. Concerto for Oboe (C major)
  5. Concerto [lost]
  6. Concerto for Flute (G major) or Oboe (F major)
  7. Concerto for Oboe (F major)
First Publication. 1776–87 - Paris: Sieber
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation Solo: Oboe or Flute
Orchestra: Horns (No.2 only), 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, etc.), use the number sequence (1-7) of the set published by Sieber in Paris for the oboe/flute concertos associated with the set, and construct uniform titles as if these concertos were originally published as a set. Note that the original medium for the accompanying ensemble varies and that nos. 1 and 6 may have originally been intended for flute" — Library of Congress