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    Weber, Andante e Rondo Ungarese for Viola (Schott)

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    Weber, Andante e Rondo Ungarese for Viola (Schott)

    Weber composed this piece for his brother Fritz who lived in Ludwigsburg.  He make the following note at the end of his work:

    "Finished October 18th 1809".  Later he re-wrote the work for Bassoon.

    The eminent Weber scholar Friedrich Wilhelm Jahns discovered the viola score in the possession of the Berlin conductor Semler, who had inherited it from his father, the well-known viola plater, Franz Xaver Semler.

    The basis for this first publication is founded on the original in the Berlin State Library.

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