Canthals "Elverhøj" Potpourri was publisched by the Edition Svitzer

Canthals "Elverhøj" Potpourri was publisched.



      Potpourri on Favourite Themes from Kuhlau's Drama for Flute alone
      and arranged for 4 Flutes by Toshinori Ishihara

      Edited by András Adorján

Published guidance:
Canthal's "Fairy Hill" Potpourri edited by András Adorján, Original flute solo in this edition includes the score and parts of quartet. Although this arrangement was distributed to IFKS members as an appendix to IFKS Newsletter 2014, modification of misprint, layout changes and was reborn newly beautifully.

You can see and oder in the Homepage of Svitzer Edition. <click>

from Preface:
This potpourri was originally composed for flute alone and published as thus by C. C. Lose in Copenhagen around 1833. The modern adaptation for 4 flutes is by Toshinori Ishihara. Both versions are included in the present edition. August Martin Canthal (1804-1881) was a German flutist and composer and director of the Hamburg Stadttheater. Among his compositions are chamber music, an opera as well as ballet and incidental music.(omitted after)

Uploaded 31. March 2015