Evening, orchestral idyll
Publisher: Croatian Music Information Centre, Zagreb Concert Management
Publish year: 2000
Edition type: score, parts
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fl. ob. 2 cl. in A 2 fg. – 2 cor. – Camplli – archi
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About the music edition:
Vatroslav Lisinski (1819 – 1854) was the leading composer of early Romanticism in Croatia. Having left school in 1837, after also studying music privately with J. Sojka and J. K. Wisner von Morgenstern, he graduated in arts and law and began work as an unpaid clerk. His first compositions were enthusiastically received, and he rapidly progressed from minor works to an opera. The orchestral idyll "Evening" was written by Lisinski in Prague in 1850. There the work was first performed at music academy examination. The conductor was I. F. Kittl. This is a romantic composition („Summer Dusk in the Country“) already approaching the type of symphonic poem (Nenad Turkalj).
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