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Johann Nepomuk Hummel - Trompetenkonzert in Es-Dur, WoO 1 - 2. Satz
Johann Nepomuk Hummel - Trompetenkonzert in Es-Dur, WoO 1 - 2. Satz Trompetenkonzert in Es-Dur, WoO 1 2. Satz: Andante Manuel Blanco Gómez-Limón, Trompete Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks Dirigent: Sebastian Tewinkel Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778-1837), frühzeitig in Wien bekannt als brillianter Klavierspieler, hatte bei Mozart, Albrechtsberger, Salieri und Haydn studiert und konnte sich schon bald einen guten Namen als Komponist machen. Seine Lebensstationen führten ihn nach Eisenstadt als Leiter der Esterházyschen Kapelle (1804-1811), nach einem fünfjährigen Aufenthalt in Wien als Musiklehrer dann 1816 als Hoffkapellmeister nach Stuttgart und ab 1819 nach Weimar an die Stelle eines Großherzoglichen Kapellmeisters. Zahlreichen Konzertreisen durch mehrere europäische Länder, vor allem nach England und Rußland, verdankte er seinen Ruhm im Ausland. Als Komponist bediente er alle seinerzeit gängigen Gattungen, erlangte jedoch nachhaltige Wirkung vor allem mit mehreren Klavierwerken, insbesondere mit einigen seiner sieben Klavierkonzerte, aber auch im Kammermusikbereich mit seinem nachgerade berühmt gewordenen Septett d-Moll (op. 74) und nicht zuletzt mit seiner Klavierschule Ausführlich theoretisch-practische Anweisung zum Piano-Forte-Spiel (Wien 1828). Sein Kompositionsstil entsprang der klassischen Auffassung seiner Lehrer; Mozarts Einfluß blieb bis ins Alter hinein deutlich spürbar. Hummel übernahm jedoch im Laufe seiner Entwicklung Elemente des anbrechenden romantisierenden Zeitgeschmacks und bekannte sich zunehmend zu einer ...
JN Hummel Piano Trio No.3 Op.35 1/2
JN Hummel Piano Trio No.3 Op.35 1/2 JN Hummel Piano Trio No.3 in G major Op.35 1/2 Allegro con brio Ivan Gajan Piano Viktor Šimčisko Violin Juraj Alexander Violoncello van Gajan (born in 1958) pianist studied at the PI Tchaikovsky Conservatoir in Moscow under S. Neygauz and V. Gornostayeva. Since 1987he has been a member of the Radio Bratislava Symphony Orchestra. He has comlpeted concert tours in Europe, Tunisia and Cuba. Ivan Gajan has also been activeas a repetiteur in the 1987 Schwarzkopf Master Courses in The Nederlands. He works with several instrumentalists. His concert repertoire has been mostly directed towards classical and romantic works. Viktor Šimčisko (born in 1946) was concert maestro of the Radio Bratislava Symphony Orchestra. His wide - rangingconcert activities can be divided into two categories - solo performances and chamber arrangements. He has enriched the music collectionof the Slovak Radio and has cooperated with Slovak Television. The discographyof his recordings is also very wide-ranging. Juraj Alexander (born in 1944) studied the cello play at the Bratislava Conservatory and the College of Music and Drama. He has been engaged with the Slovak Chamber Orchestra since 1968 as a member of the ensemble as well as soloist, particulary in the concertos of baroque masters. He has been a member of other chamber groups with various combination of instruments and participated in many concerts and recordings. With the Slovak Chamber Orchestra, he has appeared in many European, American ...
Hummel - Fantasie for Viola
Hummel - Fantasie for Viola Johann Nepomuk Hummel - Fantasie for Viola Jebat Arjuna Kee, viola
Leichtes Klavierstück - Johann Nepomuk Hummel
Leichtes Klavierstück - Johann Nepomuk Hummel a nice short and easy classical piano piece
JN Hummel: Sonata for Flute and Piano in D major Op. 50 mov 1 - Alle
JN Hummel: Sonata for Flute and Piano in D major Op. 50 mov 1 - Alle Johann Nepomuk Hummel or Jan Nepomuk Hummel (November 14, 1778 -- October 17, 1837) was an Austrian composer and virtuoso pianist. His music reflects the transition from the Classical to the Romantic musical era.
Hummel: Concerto for Trumpet, Allegro con Spirito
Hummel: Concerto for Trumpet, Allegro con Spirito San Francisco School of the Arts Instrumental Music Department's Orchestra is conducted by Jerry Pannone and features trumpet soloist Gillian Freed in this splendid performance of Allegro con Spirito from Johann Hummel's Concerto for Trumpet.
Hummel - Fantaisie for viola and orchestra (Gérard Caussé)
Hummel - Fantaisie for viola and orchestra (Gérard Caussé) Fantaisie for viola and orchestra (reconstructed by Fernand Oubradous) A concertante work by Austrian composer Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778-1837). Viola, direction: Gérard Caussé Les Solistes de Montpellier-Moscou
Playful dialogue by JN Hummel
Playful dialogue by JN Hummel Piano classical music. Playful dialogue Johann Nepomuk Hümmel
Johann N. Hummel - Piano Concerto No. 3 (1/4)
Johann N. Hummel - Piano Concerto No. 3 (1/4) Johann Nepomuk Hummel or Jan Nepomuk Hummel (November 14, 1778 - October 17, 1837) was an Austrian composer and virtuoso pianist. His music reflects the transition from the Classical to the Romantic musical era. Piano Concerto No. 3 in B Minor, Op. 89 (Vienna in 1819) 1. Allegro moderato (beginning) Stephen Hough, piano and the English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Bryden Thomson Unlike his earlier piano concerti, which closely followed the model of Mozart's, the B minor concerto along with the slightly earlier Concerto no. 2 is written in a proto-Romantic style that anticipates the later the stylistic developments of composers such as Frédéric Chopin and Felix Mendelssohn. While in Germany, Hummel published A Complete Theoretical and Practical Course of Instruction on the Art of Playing the Piano Forte (1828), which sold thousands of copies within days of its publication and brought about a new style of fingering and of playing ornaments. Later 19th century pianistic technique was influenced by Hummel, through his instruction of Carl Czerny who later taught Franz Liszt. Czerny had first studied with Beethoven, but upon hearing Hummel one evening, decided to give up Beethoven for Hummel. Hummel's influence can also be seen in the early works of Frédéric Chopin and Robert Schumann, and the shadow of Hummel's Piano Concerto in B minor as well as his Piano Concerto in A minor can be particularly perceived in Chopin's concertos. This is unsurprising, considering that Chopin ...
Hummel-Trumpet concerto in E (2/3)
Hummel-Trumpet concerto in E (2/3) Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778-1837) Trumpet concerto in E II.Andante Håkan Hardenberger, trumpet Academy os St.Martin-in-the-Fields dir. Neville Marriner Digitalised by me from an old vinyl record. The quality is not great but hopefully enjoyable. I did some minor noise and click removal but this too is far from perfect. Track 2/12
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