London Trio No. 1
London Trio No. 1 by Joseph Haydn and arranged for Guitar Trio by Manley Mallard. This is the first of a set of four trios, now known as the London trios, originally for the unusual combination of two flutes and cello. Haydn presented one of the trios to Earl of Abingdon and another to his host for the day, Baron Aston. The trios were befitting of these leisured English gentlemen of the time, both of whom were flute players of some ability. Intermediate difficulty.