Antonio Nava’s Serenata op. 16 for flute and guitar comes from early 19th century Italy, a simple and charming chamber work with guitar.
This is an ideal piece for easy performance. There are three movements: Adagio espressivo, Polacca, and Theme and variations. Reprint of the first edition of Milan, c. 1810. Parts only, no score. With a preface by Brian Jeffery. First published by Tecla in 1985.
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Serenata, op. 16
flute and guitar
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