Septuor, Op.40 (Blanc, Adolphe)
Paris: S. Richault, n.d.. Plate 13398 R.
Copy is inscribed as a gift from the composer to Francisco Ansenjo Barbieri (1823–1894) on Dec. 22, 1860.
Includes work list
|Alternative Title||Septuor pour violon, alto, clarinette, cor, basson, violoncelle et contrabase|
|First Publication||1860 – Paris: S. Richault|
|Additional Copyright Info||Publication noted in the Bibliographie de la France |
(2d Series, Vol.9, 49th year, No.48, 1 December 1860, p.569, reg. no.2539).
|Dedication||William III of the Netherlands|
|Average Duration||28 minutes|
|Instrumentation||Violin, viola, clarinet (A), horn (E), bassoon, cello, double bass|
At least 3 CD recordings of this work (on Orfeo in 1992, on Atma in 2001, on Thorofon in 1996.)
An account of what may have been the premiere, in the Salle Érard, is given in the 31 Mai 1860 issue of Revue des deux mondes, starting page 764.