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Ludwig van Beethoven

Symphony No. 7

arranged for Flute, two violins, two violas, violoncello and double bass

arranged by Nicolas Mori

edited by Simone Laghi

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Nicolas Moriís arrangement of Beethovenís 7th Symphony was published in the 1820s by Elizabeth Lavenu, widow of the London violinist and publisher Lewis Lavenu, who died in 1818. She married Mori, a virtuoso violinist, in 1819 and together they took over her late husbandís business. The scoring for flute and string sextet is highly accomplished, the violas often pairing the flute to complete the parts originally assigned to the winds. The fresh dimension this arrangement brings to Beethovenís timeless masterpiece will be a revelation to chamber groups and audiences alike.

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Symphony No. 7 in A major,Op. 92 ∑ Full score
hh526.fsc  ∑ ISMN 979 0 708185 38 3 ∑ ISBN 978 1 914137 06 8
Symphony No. 7 in A major,Op. 92 ∑ Instrumental parts 
hh526.ipt ∑ ISMN 979-0-708185-46-8
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