||Trio for Piano, Flute and Violin (or Viola)
||Trio p. Flûte, Alto et Pfte
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
- Allo non tanto.
- Andante poco adagio.(in E minor) - Poco Allegretto scherzando (in E major) -Tempo primo.
- Minuetto. Allo non tanto.
- Allegretto con moto.
||1834 or earlier
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Flute, Viola (or Violin), Piano
The piano part is not a full score, as sometimes with trios published in this period.
Op. 77 was first published in the 1830s according to Worldcat, as were other works of similar opus no., suggesting that this too was perhaps written and published first around then. 1867 given by Sibley may be a republication date. - no: not republication: new edition date: see Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1867), p.108
This and a "Quintetto for 2 flutes, viola, cello & guitar" (recorded, disc available on Amazon) share an opus number, but it turns out that the Quintetto and this Trio are the same piece - one may be an arrangement of the other - to judge from the sound samples and movement headings of the quintetto, at least.
Piano part possibly originally for guitar?