Among Büchner's compositions is also a "Hungarian Fantasy" for flute and piano. Works with this title have been written by various composers, but the best known and most frequently performed is probably still the Fantaisie hongroise by Franz Doppler. The Hungarian Fantasy op. 33 by Ferdinand Büchner is a relatively short piece, but it contains all the clichés that Doppler's Fantaisie also serves. Slow introduction, cadenzas and a final firework. Because of the piece's length of about 3 minutes, it is a perfect encore for a demanding concert programme. This new edition is based on the first edition published by Julius Heinrich Zimmermann in 1894.