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|Composition Year||1922 (January-February)|
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|Work Title||Kammermusik No.1|
|Alternative. Title||Kammermusik Nr.1 mit Finale 1921 für 12 Solo-Instrumente|
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.||Op.24 No.1|
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.||1922 (January-February)|
|First Performance.||1922-07-31, Internationale Kammermusiktage Donaueschingen
|First Publication.||1922 - Mainz: Schott|
|Dedication||Seiner Durchlaucht dem Fürsten von Fürstenberg zugeeignet|
Prince Max Egon von Furstenberg
|Average DurationAvg. Duration||16 minutes|
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period||Modern|
|Instrumentation||12 Solo Instruments: flute (also piccolo), clarinet (B♭), bassoon, trumpet (B♭)|
percussion (1 player), harmonium, piano, 2 violins, viola, cello, bass
|External Links||Wikipedia article (Kammermusik series)|
Op.24 No.2 is the Kleine Kammermusik for wind quintet.
A subsequently rejected second movement (the first page of which survives in manuscript score) seems to have been used in some early performances, although the definitive second movement had already been composed by the time of the premiere. Hindemith edited the harmonium part for accordion in fall 1952 for subsequent printings of the score , although no new edition or plate numbers were assigned to these printings. The third movement was published in an arrangement for piano by Hindemith as a supplement to the July 1922 special issue of the Neue Musik-Zeitung.