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    I have this set, and it`s very good.
    I also enjoyed this set.
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    24 trios for 3 Horns.
    I discovered Reicha by accident, but I`m pleased I did.

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    I've played several of his wind quintets, no surprise there, and I like them. Also I've played a number of the trios for two horns and bassoon, and they're pretty great.

    I own this recording:



    Its ambition exceeds its inspiration, so I wouldn't call it a "masterpiece," but it is undeniably very interesting and certainly worth hearing.
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    I like this stuff, the horn trios, the wind quintets, etc. I should try and get my hands on some of it. That being said, did Rejcha write much noteworthy music in other genres besides wind-driven chamber music?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flamencosketches View Post
    I like this stuff, the horn trios, the wind quintets, etc. I should try and get my hands on some of it. That being said, did Rejcha write much noteworthy music in other genres besides wind-driven chamber music?
    Definitely the string quartets and some piano music. There's a few neat orchestra pieces, too, including a charming overture entirely in 5/8`time.


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