Quintet for Piano, Strings and Horn (Draeseke)
Scoring and structure
- Allegro con brio, ma non troppo vivace
- Andante grave
- Scherzo: Presto leggiero
- Finale: Allegro con brio – Allegro vivace e leggiero
It was performed 29 June 1889 in Wiesbaden if not necessarily premiered then.
In 2017, Tyxart Records released a recording of the Quintet paired with the Sonata for Clarinet and Piano along with other chamber works for horn. There are at least two other recordings as of 2017, on Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm coupled with a work by Robert Schumann and another on Classic Produktion Osnabrück (also released in 2017).
- Performance on 29 June 1889 announced in an ad for an annual Tonkunstlerverein in the Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, 15 May 1889 issue, p.236, and reviewed pp.355-356, 24 July 1889 issue.
- Westhead 2017
- Description of CD at MDG.de
- Official JPC/CPO description of the new cpo recording
- Westhead, Jim (2017). "Review: Felix Draeseke - Quintet for String Trio, Piano and Horn". Musicweb. Retrieved 2017-03-07.
- Quintet for Piano, Strings and Horn, Op.48 (Draeseke, Felix): Scores at the International Music Score Library Project
- The Finale of the Quintet, performed by the Coburger Draeseke Ensemble in 2011
- "Felix Draeseke: Quintet for Piano, Strings and Horn, Op.48 (soundbites and discussion)". Edition Silvertrust.
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