London Trios Hob. IV:1-4 for 2 Flutes & Violoncello
Composer: Haydn, Franz Joseph
for two Flutes and Violoncello. set of parts
2 Separate Flute Parts, Continuo, No Score
The flute trios which Joseph Haydn composed in London in 1794 are spirited pieces similar to divertimenti. They first became known thanks to Leo Balet's carefully prepared edition of 1933. These trios, which are of moderate difficulty and let both flutes partake in the musical activity to an equal extent, have won a permanent place in flute teaching as well as in home music making.