Friedrich Kuhlau

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Friedrich Kuhlau is generally remembered for his piano music, particularly because of its pedagogical value.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Rastlose Liebe ("Dem Schnee, dem Regen"), song for voice & piano 1815 Vocal Music
Divertimentos (6) for flute & piano ad lib, Op. 68 Chamber Music
Elverhoj, incidental music, Op. 100 1828 Orchestral
Grand trio, for 2 flutes & piano in G major, Op. 119 Chamber Music
Quintets (3) for flute, violin, 2 violas & cello, Op. 51 Chamber Music
Kong Christian stod ved højen mast (Danish national anthem) Vocal Music
Grand sonata Concertante, for flute & piano in A minor, Op. 85 Chamber Music
Work(s) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Piano Concerto in C major, Op. 7 1810 Concerto
Quartet for 4 flutes in E minor, Op. 103 Chamber Music
Über allen Gipfeln ist Ruh, for male chorus Choral
Introduction, theme & variations on "Unter blühenden Mandelbäumen" from Weber's "Euryanthe," for flute & piano, Op. 63 Chamber Music
Fantasia for flute in D major, Op. 38/1 1821 Chamber Music
Duo brillant for flute & piano in B flat major, Op. 110/1 Chamber Music
Sonata for flute & piano, in G major, Op. 69 Chamber Music
William Shakespeare, drama, Op. 74 1826 Orchestral
Introduction and Rondo on Onslow's "Ah! quand il gèle," for flute & piano, Op. 98a Chamber Music
Sonata for flute & piano in E minor, Op. 71 Chamber Music
Variations (7) on the Irish folksong "The last rose of summer," for flute & piano, Op. 105 Chamber Music
Sonatina for piano in C major, Op. 20/1 1819 Keyboard
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