Adelaide, Op. 46, is a song for solo voice and piano that Beethoven composed in about 1795. During the period in which he created Adelaide, Beethoven was in his mid twenties; he had come to Vienna in 1792 to pursue a career and was in the early stages of making a name for himself as pianist and composer. Adelaide sets a love poem in moderate tempo with a steady triplet accompaniment. This arrangement was created by Ivan Muller.
Solo Parts Included: Flute