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user picture  Author: icalvo
enter site Posted: Mar 08 2012 - 04:22 PM
watch Subject: re: Another Classical Music piece
The quality is very low, but I can distinguish the flute and a strings accompaniment that can be an orchestra or a chamber group.

So, we have either a flute concerto or a chamber string group with flute.

Most probable authors, Mozart and Haydn.

Mozart has two flute concertos (KV 313 and KV 314) and a flute quartet (KV 298).

Haydn has neither known flute concertos (there is one attributed to him, Hob. VIIf:D1, really by Leopold Hoffmann) nor pieces for flute and strings.
Author: mrussellg
Posted: Mar 08 2012 - 11:54 AM
enter Subject: Another Classical Music piece
Hi guys,
looking to understand who the composer is and the name of the following piece of classical music:


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