5 edition of Early Viennese Chamber Music with Obbligato Keyboard II found in the catalog.
Early Viennese Chamber Music with Obbligato Keyboard II
by A-R Editions
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||96|
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Early Viennese Chamber Music with Obbligato Keyboard, ed. Michelle Fillion. 'Recent Researches in the Music of the Classical Era', xxxii-xxxiii.
(A-R Editions, Madison,$ per volume. ISBN ) This representative selection of twelve works from the third quarter of the eighteenth cen. Get this from a library. Early Viennese chamber music with obbligato keyboard. [Michelle Fillion;] -- Works by Leopold Hofmann, Johann Christoph Mann, Joseph Anton Steffan, Johann Baptist Vanhal, Georg Christoph Wagenseil, and Anton Zimmermann.
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Early Viennese Chamber Music with Obbligato Keyboard, Part 1 (PARTS) Series: Classical Era Publisher: A-R Editions This part is part of the set Early Viennese Chamber Music with Obbligato Keyboard. fluence on Joseph Haydn's keyboard idiom during the s and perhaps early s.
The two volumes of keyboard music by Haydn are thus directly related to those in Fillion's edition. Movement types, melodic style, and settings are often similar, though their syntax is less predictable, the rhythms less fussy, and the ornaments less perva-sive.
Although eighteenth-century Viennese keyboard music, especially by such composers as Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven, is among the most popular ever written, there has been surprisingly little serious research into the instruments for which it was composed.
This book fills that by: 3. QUARTETS (PIANO, VIOLINS 2, CELLO) Early Viennese chamber music with obbligato keyboard; edited by Michelle Fillion. Part II.
Six ensemble works for two to five performers. - A-R Editions, Score Res S (R) in Recent researches in the music of the classical era ; vol contains Partita in C major by Hofmann. Early Viennese chamber music with obbligato keyboard; edited by Michelle Fillion. Part II. Six ensemble works for two to five performers.
- A-R Editions, Score C (R) in Recent researches in the music of the classical era ; vol Contains Divertimento in D major by Wagenseil Farrenc, Louise Trio for clarinet or violin, cello. This album contains the Preludes, books 1 and 2 by Debussy, presented by Piano Classics, a label of Brilliant Classics.
Online purchase or streaming (Spotify, iTunes, Amazon Music, Deezer, Google. Early Viennese chamber music with obbligato. TRIOS FOR STRINGS WITH KEYBOARD September Trios for keyboard with wind instruments are included in the lists for individual wind instruments TRIOS (PIANO, VIOLA, CELLO) Brahms, Johannes Trio, op, for piano, clarinet (violin/viola) & cello, ed.
by Georg Schumann. Peters. Vol. 19, No. 3, Aug., Published by: Oxford University Press. Early Viennese Chamber Music with Obbligato Keyboard by Michelle Fillion. Early Viennese Chamber Music with Obbligato Keyboard by Michelle Fillion (pp. v early viennese chamber music with obbligato keyboard, part i.
edited by michelle fillion. v early viennese chamber music with obbligato keyboard, part ii. edited by michelle fillion. v sammartini, giovanni battista.
ii pianto delle pie donne edited by marie marley. v maldere, pierre van. six symphonies a piu strumenti, opus 4. Towards a History of Viennese Chamber Music in the Early Classical Period* By JAMES WEBSTER A LTHOUGH THE HISTORY of Viennese chamber music in the "transitional" period o-8o still remains to be written, its outlines are now the only works not requiring keyboard as continuo or obbligato.
Six symphonies, Part II [score] by Johann Vanhal: Ten Italian violin concertos from Fonds Blancheton [score] by Jehoash Hirshberg: Early Viennese chamber music with obbligato keyboard, Part I: six keyboard trios [score] by Johann B.
Vanhal: Piano concerto in E-flat major, WoO 4 [score] by Ludwig van Beethoven: Michelle Fillion is a professor of musicology at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, and the editor of Early Viennese Chamber Music with Obbligato Keyboard.
'The emergence of chamber music with obbligato keyboard in England ', in Acta Musicologica 44 (), pp. For a summary of Early Viennese chamber music with obbligato keyboard, Recent Researches in the Music the musical times Autumn II.
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