Der Zigeunerbaron Ouverture – arr. for chamber orchestra

The Ouverture to The Gypsy Baron is a very popular piece, often performed during concerts but it normally requires large orchestral forces: hence the present arrangement, for chamber orchestra.

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The Gypsy Baron (German: Der Zigeunerbaron) is an operetta in three acts by Johann Strauss II which premiered at the Theater an der Wien on 24 October 1885. During the composer's lifetime, the operetta enjoyed great success, second only to the popularity of Die Fledermaus (The bat).

The Ouverture is a very popular piece, often performed during concerts but it normally requires large orchestral forces: hence the present arrangement, which only requires

 

  • 1 flute
  • 1 oboe
  • 1 clarinet
  • 1 bassoon
  • 1 horn
  • 2 percussion players
  • strings
Scoring

Chamber Orchestra

Length

~9 min.

Content

– 1 full score
– 1 set of parts

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