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The Twelve Duets for Two French Horns, which have been unidentified and falsely classified since Mozart’s day, have an interesting history. They were originally attributed to the Violin, but over time, were verified by scholars to have been written for the Horn, and more specifically, for Mozart’s friend Leitgeb.
In our day these Duos have been repeatedly drawn upon to· furnish music for all sorts of combinations of instruments. qPress also sells an edition for Trumpet and another for Trombone and Tuba.
These are beautiful to play and fill a huge void for brass where neglect from the great masters is evident. Check out some samples to the left then grab an immediate PDF download above.