Wind Quintet, Op.58 (Rorich, Karl)

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General Information

Work Title Wind Quintet
Alternative. Title
Composer Rorich, Karl
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.58
Key E minor
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 4 movements
  1. Langsam und ausdrucksvoll (= 50) - Lustig und übermutig (= 160
  2. Sehr langsam und mit tiefster Empfindung (Eighth-note.png = 54)
  3. Gemächlich aber mit Humor (= 112)
  4. Etwas langsam (wie in trauriger Erinnerung) (= 80) - (etc.) - Fuga a la Tarantella. Lustig (= 144).
First Performance. 1910?
First Publication. 1921 or earlier
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Flute, Oboe, Clarinets in A/B, Horn in F, Bassoon

Misc. Comments

Possibly performed as early as 1910. See Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, Jg. 78, 5 January 1911 issue, p.11 which reports on a wind group's performance in Weimar of a quintet by Karl Rörich (in manuscript). ("... Bläservereinigung fand ein hübsches Quintett (Manuskript) von Karl Rorich sehr freund- liche Aufnahme.") (Assuming of course he only wrote one wind quintet; however Riemann (1919, Musik-Lexicon, p.1002) only lists the one - though it does list this one! Also his symphony in D minor, string quartet in B minor, sextet for harp, flute and string quartet, introduction and allegro for strings- and other works.)

Finale seems to be a theme, variations (many tempo changes) and concluding fugue?