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Joseph Haydn String Quartet op 76/3 'emperor' in C-major (mov 2/4)
Joseph Haydn String Quartet op 76/3 'emperor' in C-major (mov 2/4) Quatuor Mosaiques The Quartet No. 62 in C major, also known as Op. 76, no. 3, boasts the nickname Emperor, because in the second movement, Haydn quotes the melody from Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser ("God Save Emperor Francis"), an anthem he wrote for Emperor Francis II. This same melody is known to modern listeners for its later use in the German national anthem, Deutschlandlied. The quartet consists of four movements: * I. Allegro * II. Poco adagio; cantabile * III. Menuetto. Allegro * IV. Finale. Presto The first movement of the quartet is in the home key of C major, in common time, and is written in sonata form. The second movement, in G major cut time, is in strophic variation form, with the "Emperor's Hymn" as the theme. The third movement, in C major and A minor, is a standard minuet and trio. The fourth movement, in C minor and C Major, is in sonata form. Joseph Haydn's string quartets, Op. 76, composed in 1796 and 1797, were commissioned by and dedicated to Count Joseph Erdody. The six quartets are the last complete set that Haydn composed. At the time of the commission, Haydn was employed at the court of Prince Nicolaus Esterházy II; around the same time he composed his annual mass for Princess Maria Hermenegild Esterházy and the oratorio The Creation. Although the quartets were completed by 1797, shown by accounts of visitors hearing them performed in early 1797, they were not published until 1799. Correspondence between Haydn and his publishers reveal that ...
Joseph Haydn - Piano Sonata in Eb
Joseph Haydn - Piano Sonata in Eb Performed by : Vladimir Horowitz
Joseph Haydn - Deutschland Uber Alles
Joseph Haydn - Deutschland Uber Alles The National Anthem of Germany was composed by Joseph Haydn . It is a part of Haydn's Kaiser Quartet.
ERNEST ROZSA PLAYS 1995 HAYDN-TRIO "ZIGEUNER-TRIO" HOB 15/25
ERNEST ROZSA PLAYS 1995 HAYDN-TRIO "ZIGEUNER-TRIO" HOB 15/25 ERNEST ROZSA PLAYS 1995 HAYDN-TRIO "ZIGEUNER-TRIO" HOB 15/25 1995 in "Rathaus" City of Marl, Germany, Live Concert in the Concert Auditorium, Rainer Klaas, Piano, Catalin Ilea, Cello Ernest Rozsa plays Massenet "Meditation" 1978 Roumanian State Radio Broadcast Tirgu-Mures Marosvasarhely Neumarkt www.ernoe-rozsa-violin.com rozsavirtuoso@yahoo.de 1983 Ernest Rozsa was Concertmaster of the Philharmonia Hungarica e. V. BRD Germany, Miklos Bence was Solo-Contrabassist in the Philharmonia Hungarica e. V. BRD Germany Biography: Ernest Rozsa was Professor on the Music Pedagocial Liceum in Tirgu-Mures, Roumania, from 1975-1982 He was Soloist of the State Philharmonic Orchestra Tirgu-Mures in Roumania from 1975-1981 He performed from 1973-1981 many concert as soloist with this orchestra in Roumania with Conductors like Szalman Lorant, C. Mandeal and others, the Violinconcertos by Brahms, Beethoven, Bartok (Nr. 2), Sibelius, Mozart, Tchaikowsky, Tchaikowsky-Trio, Shostakovitch. There was also Productions Recordings in the State Roumanian Radio-Broadcast of the City of Tirgu-Mures in Roumania from 1973 until 1981. He was in the same orchestra also Associate Concertmaster in foreign countries tours. Ernest Rozsa was Concertmaster of the "Philharmonia Hungarica in Marl, Germany", one of the major orchestras in Germany until the year of 1999, when this orchestra has been finished by th German Government. He performed also by the WDR3 The German Broadcast Company for Classical Music ...
Symphony No. 94 in G 'Surprise' - Andante
Symphony No. 94 in G 'Surprise' - Andante Symphony No. 94 in G 'Surprise' Hob I/94 - Andante. Joseph Haydn This famous movement by Joseph Haydn is from his 'Surprise' symphony - No. 94 in G, one of the 12 'London' symphonies. These represent the summit of Haydn's symphonic achievement; from the early, Baroque-style days of his early employment to here, the polished yet passionate and serenely lyrical symphonies of the classical era at its height. This movement is famous for the sudden loud chord near the beginning, hence the nickname - the most famous example of Haydn's good-natured humour, a humour which often shows in his delightful music, often very Mozartian (and that is certainly a compliment!) This piece is well-known, although not in the same sense as items such as Beethoven's Fur Elise or Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik - this is well-known amongst throroughly interested fans of classical music, and whether or not you are one of those, I hope you enjoy this witty but beautiful and at times intense and emotional movement, as good an example as any of the classical period within classical music.
Patricio Molina - Haydn Piano Concerto (Rehearsal)
Patricio Molina - Haydn Piano Concerto (Rehearsal) PATRICIO MOLINA - www.patriciomolina.cl Plays the Joseph Haydn Piano Concerto in D Mayor with the Chilean Symphonic Orchestra, in Baquedanos's Theatre of the University of Chile, in Octover 2003. Practica el Concierto en Re Mayor de Joseph Haydn junto a la Orquesta Sinfonica de Chile, en el Teatro Baquedano de la Universidad de Chile, en Octubre de 2003. Franz Joseph Haydn[1][2] (March 31, 1732 -- May 31, 1809) was one of the most prominent composers of the classical period, and is called by some the "Father of the Symphony" and "Father of the String Quartet". A life-long resident of Austria, Haydn spent most of his career as a court musician for the wealthy Hungarian Esterházy family on their remote estate. Isolated from other composers and trends in music until the later part of his long life, he was, as he put it, "forced to become original".[3] Joseph Haydn was the brother of Michael Haydn, himself a highly regarded composer, and Johann Evangelist Haydn, a tenor.
Pierre Fournier Haydn Cello Concerto in D 1.(2/2) live
Pierre Fournier Haydn Cello Concerto in D 1.(2/2) live www.facebook.com Pierre Fournier (1906-1986) was born in Paris on June 24, and known in his lifetime as "the aristocrat of cellists," because of his lyrical playing, and for his impeccable artistic sensitivity. Fournier was the son of a French army general, and as a child was taught piano by his mother. At the age of nine he suffered a mild case of polio, and lost some of the dexterity in his legs and feet. No longer able to master the use of the piano pedals, he searched for another musical instrument, and turned to the cello. He quickly made good progress on his new instrument, and was able to win entrance to the Paris Conservatoire, where he became a pupil of Paul Bazelaire, and later Anton Hekking. He graduated at the age of seventeen, in the year 1923. Maurice Marechal called him "the cellist of the future." Even at such a young age, Fournier had tremendous virtuosity, and was famous for his bowing facility. Fournier was a friend of another great French cellist, Tortelier. Once, meeting backstage after a recital by Tortelier, Pierre said to him, "Paul, I wish I had your left hand." Tortelier replied, "Pierre, I wish I had your right arm!" Fournier became well known in 1925 after a successful performance with the Edouard Colonne Orchestra in Paris, and began to give concerts all over Europe. Fournier played with all the great musicians of his time, including Cortot, Thibaud, Furtwangler, Karajan and Kubelik. Together with Artur Schnabel, Szigeti and Primrose he ...
Pierre Fournier Haydn Cello Concerto in D 1.(1/2) live
Pierre Fournier Haydn Cello Concerto in D 1.(1/2) live www.facebook.com Pierre Fournier (1906-1986) was born in Paris on June 24, and known in his lifetime as "the aristocrat of cellists," because of his lyrical playing, and for his impeccable artistic sensitivity. Fournier was the son of a French army general, and as a child was taught piano by his mother. At the age of nine he suffered a mild case of polio, and lost some of the dexterity in his legs and feet. No longer able to master the use of the piano pedals, he searched for another musical instrument, and turned to the cello. He quickly made good progress on his new instrument, and was able to win entrance to the Paris Conservatoire, where he became a pupil of Paul Bazelaire, and later Anton Hekking. He graduated at the age of seventeen, in the year 1923. Maurice Marechal called him "the cellist of the future." Even at such a young age, Fournier had tremendous virtuosity, and was famous for his bowing facility. Fournier was a friend of another great French cellist, Tortelier. Once, meeting backstage after a recital by Tortelier, Pierre said to him, "Paul, I wish I had your left hand." Tortelier replied, "Pierre, I wish I had your right arm!" Fournier became well known in 1925 after a successful performance with the Edouard Colonne Orchestra in Paris, and began to give concerts all over Europe. Fournier played with all the great musicians of his time, including Cortot, Thibaud, Furtwangler, Karajan and Kubelik. Together with Artur Schnabel, Szigeti and Primrose he ...
Joseph Haydn 1732 31 May 1809 Symphony no 88 Omagiu
Joseph Haydn 1732 31 May 1809 Symphony no 88 Omagiu English: (Franz) Joseph Haydn, (March 31, 1732 - May 31, 1809) was one of the greatest and most important composers of the Classical era. He was called the "Father of the Symphony", because he helped build the modern form of symphonies, and wrote 104 of them of his own. Deutsch: (Franz) Joseph Haydn, (31. März 1732 - 31. Mai 1809) war einer der größten und wichtigsten Komponisten der Klassik. Er wurde "Vater der Symphonien" genannt, da er die moderne Form der Symphonie schuf und insgesamt 104 selbst schrieb. ORCHESTRA SIMFONICĂ A FILARMONICII PAUL CONSTANTINESCU DIRECTOR: prof. CORNELIU NICOLAE IRIMIA DIRECTOR ARTISTIC: OCTAVIAN DAVID DIRECTOR ONORIFIC:ILARION IONESCU GALAŢI RADU POSTĂVARU dirijor OVIDIU BĂLAN dirijor ROMEO RÎMBU - dirijor Solişti concertişti: GABRIEL CROITORU vioară IOANA-MARIA LUPAŞCU - pian Concertmaestru: ADRIAN CEAPĂ Concertmaestru: COSMIN STOICA VIOARA I ADRIAN TOTTI -şef partidă; LODRIN MARIN ;ILIANA ISTRATE GABRIELA MIHAIŢĂ; RODICA ION ; ANA-MARIA TRUŢĂ GEORGIANA IONESCU; DAN GAGIU ;STOICA SPIRIDON BOGDAN IONIŢĂ; DANA-CORINA PINTEA; CĂLIN CEAPĂ VIOARA A II-A MIHAI MIŞOV- şef partidă STELIAN NEMŢANU-şef partidă IOLANDA VASILESCU; IULIAN TOMESCU; CARMEN NASSE ANA-CARMEN VIERU; MIHAELA BORDEA ;OANA MAREŞ VENERA GAGIU; GEORGIANA CARAIVAN; IULIA BÂNDILĂ VIOLA GABRIEL IACOB -şef partidă MIHAELA TOMA; COSMIN FAUR ;GEORGIANA MUNTEANU MIRELA IVAN; GEORGIANA NAE VIOLONCEL SABIN VERBOSCHI;- şef partidă MIHAELA DASCĂLU; ADRIANA LUPU ;ELENA CÂRLIG SERGIU MARIN ...
Joyce Geeting, on Cello, Performing Haydn's Concerto in C Major for
Joyce Geeting, on Cello, Performing Haydn's Concerto in C Major for Joyce Geeting, World Class Cellist and author of Janos Starker: King of Cellists, performing Franz Joseph Haydn's Concerto on C Major for Cello and Orchestra at Cal Lutheran University Conservatory. Geeting, who has performed all over the world, was a student of Janos Starker, the subject of her book, who is most influential person in the history of that instrument. A teacher at Cal Lutheran Conservatory, Joyce Geeting performs on her 220-year old cello and she will be performing a number of different pieces throughout the world in 2011 and 2012. For more about Joyce Geeting go to www.joycegeeting.com.
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