Viola Concerto in the Style of J.C. Bach (Casadesus, Henri)

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Peter (2009/3/27)

Arranger Reconstructed by Henri Casadesus
Publisher. Info. Paris: Editions Salabert, 1947. Plate E.M.S. 5457
Reprinted Leipzig: Edition Peters, Ed.8878, n.d. Plate 32002
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For Viola and Piano

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Arranger Reconstructed by Henri Casadesus
Publisher. Info. Paris: Editions Salabert, 1947. Plate E.M.S. 5457
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General Information

Work Title Viola Concerto in the Style of J.C. Bach
Alternative. Title J.C. Bach/Casadesus Concerto in C minor for viola and orchestra
Composer Casadesus, Henri
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 movements
I. Allegro molto ma maestoso
II. Adagio molto espressivo
III. Allegro molto energico
First Publication. 1947
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation Viola and Orchestra


Misc. Comments

Initially published under the following titles:

  • Johann Christian Bach (Henri Casadesus) Konzert C-Moll für Viola und Orchester; Ausgabe für Viola (Violine oder Violoncello) und Klavier
  • Concerto en Ut mineur pour alto avec accompagnement d'orchestre: reconstitué et harmonisé par Henri Casadesus, orchestré par Francis Casadesus (1870-1954)