||Overture-Sketches in E major
||Ouverture à grand orchestre, Weimar, Janvier 1827.
||1 (Adagio - Allegro vivace)
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||1826 December - 1827 January
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Flutes, oboes, clarinets in C, bassoons, horns in E, natural trumpets in E, bass trombones, timpani, strings
several sections either deliberately and daringly (opinion, admittedly) unharmonized melody (without obviously being recitative?...), or would need filling-out by an editor before performance. Sketches, which are in a collection of "17 musikstücke" at the Berlin State Library, seem to be more or less "in one line" done from beginning to end but not fully orchestrated, that is... - Schissel
(Note: Neither the overture nor the 17 musikstücke collection seems to have been published, though if there is a sufficiently complete Hiller complete edition in progress (or completed?) then I am mistaken on this point.) (Thought there was a template for (apparently) "Unfinished Work" (as opposed to Incomplete score/parts of complete work) but apparently not...)