The Andante from the Fourth Symphony was originally conceived as a concertino for oboe and orchestra and later incorporated into a chamber symphony scored for single winds, trumpet, percussion, strings and two solo recorders and harpsichord. This arrangement for oboe and piano is by James Ryon and is part of the Brazilian Chamber Music Series published by Jeanne, Inc.
Duration: approx. 6.5 minutes. The arrangement is recorded by James Ryon and the Burle Marx Trio and is also available from our shop.