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11-20 of 33 videos of music composed by Johann Nepomuk Hummel

Hummel-Trumpet concerto in E (3/3)
Hummel-Trumpet concerto in E (3/3) Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778-1837) Trumpet concerto in E III.Rondo 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 3/12
JNHummel - Piano Sonata in F Minor (I mov.), Daria Gloukhova (piano)
JNHummel - Piano Sonata in F Minor (I mov.), Daria Gloukhova (piano) Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778 -- 1837) is an Austrian composer and virtuoso pianist (originally of Chezh persuasion). Music by JNHummel is on a transition from classicism to romanticism. The best of his heritage is piano music, that stands out with its virtuosity, sentimental-romantic nature and exquisite melodics. Looking ahead, Hummel had made a step into the next epoche of music in his works. Music by Hummel took a different direction from that of Beethoven, he didn't challenged established traditions. His Piano Sonata No.3 in F-Minor (Op.20) is an example of harmonic combination of classical structure and new lengthy sonata forms. Hummel's philosophy that lays in the basis of his works is «To enjoy the world, gibing it peace and joy». In general, all of his works are written for piano -- instrument that he mastered, and was one of the best virtuosos of his time. He written eight piano concerts, ten sonatas for piano, eight piano trios, piano quartet, piano quintet, octet for brass instruments, sonata for cello, two piano septets, sonata for mandoline with orchestra, concert E-Major for trumpet, 22 operas, messas and many other works. Russian pianist Daria Gloukhova was born on February 27, 1986 in Moscow. At the age of four she began her music practices. When she was 18 years old, Daria had graduated musical college of the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory of Moscow (class of professor A.Malkus). Since 2006, she is an active performer. During her concert programs, Daria ...
Fantasie Op. 94 for viola and Piano - Hummel
Fantasie Op. 94 for viola and Piano - Hummel Joseohine Lumanau performance of Johann Nepomuk Hummel's Fantasy Op. 94 for viola and piano for her recent recital at the Australian Institute of Music.AIM : Check out our Website, www.aim.edu.au Our Facebook Page, www.facebook.com Our Video Page, www.aim.edu.au Our Twitter, twitter.com My Space, www.myspace.com You Tube Channel, www.youtube.com Integration is the name of the game at AIM with six music departments on offer. Students focus on one major area of study but can integrate across other areas of study through a wide range of elective choices. AIM departments include; contemporary performance, music theatre, classical performance, composition and music production, audio technology and entertainment management, taught by some of the finest industry practitioners available in Australia. JOHANN NEPOMUK HUMMEL was born in Bratislava in 1778 and died in Weimar in 1837. A child prodigy and pupil of Mozart for two years, he became one of the most brilliant virtuoso pianist-composers of the following generation. A dazzling performer, Hummel was regarded by Chopin - whose style he influenced - as the equal of Mozart and Beethoven. He was especially famous as an improviser. Schubert wished to dedicate his last three sonatas to Hummel whose music links the classical and romantic periods. Besides the well-known Trumpet Concerto and Septet in D Minor, more of Hummel's music is currently enjoying a long-overdue revival. His little-known piano concertos -- nine in all including ...
1. JN Hummel, piano concerto n.2, rondo, 3rd part, Hae-won Chang, P
1. JN Hummel, piano concerto n.2, rondo, 3rd part, Hae-won Chang, P Resignation. Stoicism mixed with a modest optimism in the classical times. This comes into my mind when listenning to this rondo. It is the third part of the piano concerto in A minor, op.85, no.2, rondo:allegro moderato. A well balanced work by JN Hummel. Well intentionned Hae-won Chang is a leading figure of pianistic art in S.Korea. She has studied in Germany and it shows. Budapest Chamber Orchestra conducted by Pál Tamás. I like this rendition for its moderate solemnity and mature sound. A captivating finale at 04:34 of the second video where the bravoura of the pianist does not dominate the whole scene. Photos taken by me at Hummel´s natal house and now a museum in Bratislava, Slovakia (wondeful country where the kind habitants and the ex-governors do not still exactly know why they drifted apart from Czech; do not worry guys, banks and some other countries know). I had to butcher the video due to YT´s time restrictions. Enjoy.
JN Hummel 2/2 Trumpet concerto in E-flat major (David Guerrier, Nant
JN Hummel 2/2 Trumpet concerto in E-flat major (David Guerrier, Nant Johann Nepomuk Hummel : Concerto pour trompette en mi bémol majeur - 2/2 (Trumpet concerto in E-flat major), 2ème et 3ème mouvement. II. Andante III. Rondo ( JN Hummel 1/2 Trumpet concerto in E-flat major : www.youtube.com ) David Guerrier : trompette (trumpet) Peter Csaba : Chef d'orchestre (director) Orchestre : Sinfonia Varsovia La folle journée de Nantes, 2005 (France) : www.follejournee.fr
Hummel-Trumpet concerto in E (1/3)
Hummel-Trumpet concerto in E (1/3) Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778-1837) Trumpet concerto in E I.Allegro con spirito 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 1/12
Hummel Trumpet Concerto Rondo
Hummel Trumpet Concerto Rondo This is the third movement of the Hummel Trumpet Concerto. Another classic this one I last played as a senior in high school and at a recital my first week of college. It's really fun and a little tricky.
Scherzo in A (Hummel)
Scherzo in A (Hummel) This "Scherzo in A" by Johann Nepomuk Hummel is currently to be found on the ABRSM Grade 5 list of pieces.
Hummel - Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano, Op. 78
Hummel - Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano, Op. 78 Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano in A major, Op. 78 A chamber work by Austrian composer Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778-1837), a close friend of Ludwig van Beethoven and Franz Schubert. Hummel was considered one of the greatest piano virtuosos of his time. As the teacher of Carl Czerny, who later became a great piano pedagogue himself, Hummel had a great influence on the development of Romantic piano technique. Performed by the Chinook Trio.
Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Piano Concerto No. 4 in E major (3/4)
Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Piano Concerto No. 4 in E major (3/4) This is Hummel's fourth concerto. Not quite as elaborate as the one in A flat but certainly charming almost beyond reason :) Especially I like his use of the trombone which adds so much colour to the orchestral sound. Howard Shelley plays and conducts the London Mozart Players.
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