Saturday 24 September 2011
Tune of the Day: Song Without Words in D major
by Felix Mendelssohn, arranged for flute and piano
This “Lied ohne Worte” in D major for cello and piano was composed circa 1845, when Mendelssohn was around 36 years old, but was only published after his death. It was given the Opus number 109 and entitled “Song Without Words”, even if it is not related to any of the piano pieces of the same name written by the German composer.
Thanks to Stefan for suggesting this piece!