This is a sort of response to Doc Saunders’s post on one-hit wonders. Consider Jean-Baptiste Krumpholz (1742-1790), a harpist and composer from Bohemia, in what’s now the Czech Republic. You’ve almost certainly never heard of him, and in fact he had no hits at all. But Jean-Pierre Rampal and Lily Laskine apparently had, as they made a recording of the duet below. (That version appears to be available only if you can find it used on vinyl.) It’s very lovely indeed, especially the first movement (through 6:10).