Molique Wilhelm Bernhard
Danzi, Franz Ignaz
Demersseman, Jules-Auguste Edouard
Doppler, Albert Franz
Hüe, Georges Adolphe
Molique, Wilhelm Bernhard
Reinecke, Carl Heinrich Carsten
Taffanel, Claude Paul
Widor, Charles Marie Jean Albert
Andante for flute and orchestra in G Major
B. Molique: Andante for flute in D Major from his flute concerto (Op 69) was published separately as concert piece in 1860s as part of interest from Danish flutist Oluf Svedsen who was a member of Queen Victoria's private band at Windsor while Molique was teaching composition and violin at the London Academy of Music at that time.
Czech National Symphony Orchestra, Paul Freeman (conductor), 2009, Naxos
Paul Freeman (conductor), 1994, Naxos
Bernard Molique (1802-1869) was a German violinist, pianist and self-taught composer. His compositions were mostly influenced by his violin teacher Louis Spohr, W.A.Mozart, L.V.Beethoven and F. Mendelssohn. Even though he was well-regarded violinist (court violinist in Munich, music director at Stuttgart) he often performed his piano concertos as a soloist. After successful tour to London, he later moved to England where he taught composition at the London Academy till 1866.
His most well-known compositions: violin concerto in A minor, piano trio and oratorio Abraham. Although B. Molique was exposed to trend of the New German School (Neudeutschen Schule) in music, Molique's works were never really influenced by it.