Siegfried Idyll arranged for Wind Octet
Catalogue no: QT179 | ISMN 979-0-708-08679-6
Siegfried Idyll was first performed in 1870 on Christmas Day in Wagner's home with a small 13 piece orchestra. It was written as a birthday present for his second wife, Cosine, a year after the birth of their son.Scoring: 2 Oboes, 2 Clarinets in B Flat, 2 Horns in F, Bassoon I and Contrabassoon (or Bassoon II)
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