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Drobnosti Miniatures, Op.75a


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Wonderful trio (2 violins and viola) of the nineteenth-century Central European repertoire, adapted for flute, violin and viola, in 4 movements: Cavatina, Capriccio, Romanza, Elegia.

A piece of great effect to be proposed in any chamber music concert.

For all concert performers and music students who want to confront Dvorak’s music.

Complete score of detached parts for flute, violin and viola.

SKU: MP182 Categories: , , Product ID: 10224


Antonín Dvořák


Miniatures, Op.75a


Transcription for flute, violin and viola

by Giovanna Bono and Roberto D’Auria


Introduction by Carlo Bertola

Texts in English and Italian




pages 24+16

price € 20,00

size cm 23,5×31,metal staple + parti

The Art of Transcription series

ISBN 978-88-31274-79-1



  • New chamber repertoire for an unusual formation.
  • This work is stimulating from the point of view of sonority, of the search for colour and of timbral amalgam, without being particularly difficult at a technical level.
  • In each “miniature” you can see characteristic aspects that are undoubtedly stimulating to be addressed in a chamber ensemble.
  • This version for flute, violin and viola allows many chamber ensembles to put this piece in concert repertoire with greater flexibility than the original for two violins and viola.
  • Large-format score and comfortable detached parts for each instrument.


Reader profile


  • concert musicians
  • chamber ensembles
  • flutists
  • violinists
  • violists


Profile of the composer, transcribers and author of the Introduction

Antonín Leopold Dvořák (1841-1904), together with Smetana and Janáček, is one of the leading figures in 19th century Bohemian music.

Giovanna Bono, graduated in Flute at the Conservatorio della Valle d’Aosta with the highest marks, perfected with the Maestro Mario Caroli at the Conservatory of Lugano, performs as a soloist, in chamber ensembles and orchestra.

Roberto D’Auria, graduated in Violin and Viola with praise and special mention, since 2014 he plays stably in the first violins of the Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai.

Carlo Bertola teaches chamber music at the G. Verdi Conservatory in Turin.

Additional information

Weight 0.144 kg