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HOFFMEISTER, Franz Anton - Composers

   Found CDs: 5
 

Composer: HOFFMEISTER, Franz Anton ((1754-1812))
His/her music:
Wrote 9 operas, 66 symphonies and overtures (if not more), 150 string quartets, 5 piano quartets, 11 piano trios, 18 string trios and 12 piano sonatas. In addition, he wrote a great many flute concertos and works for flute with various instruments.

His/her life:
Started as a law student, but became interested in music, so he opened a publishing house. Published works of Mozart and Beethoven as well as his own works. His publishing house became part of C.F. Peters.

Friends and Rivals: Beethoven and Hoffmeister - Felicja Blumental, piano

Friends and Rivals: Beethoven and Hoffmeister - Felicja Blumental, piano
ID: BR0009
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Great Performers
Subcollection: Piano

This second Friends and Rivals disc includes Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 1 and Hoffmeister’s rare Piano Concerto in D major (BR0009) featuring pianist Felicja Blumental with the Prague Chamber Orchestra and the Vienna Symphony Orchestra.

1 - 3 Felicja Blumental - piano / Vienna Symphony Orchestra - Robert Wagner - conductor
4 - 6 Felicja Blumental - piano / Prague Chamber Orchestra - Alberto Zedda - conductor
12.00 eur Buy

HOFFMEISTER, STAMITZ, TELEMANN - Viola concertos - E.Staneva, viola

HOFFMEISTER, STAMITZ, TELEMANN - Viola concertos - E.Staneva, viola
ID: GD334
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Viola

Composers usually regard the viola as a part of the orchestra and thus a few works for viola have been written. Recordings of talented viola players are very rare. In the limited number of works for viola, the listener can appreciate the beautiful sound and varied potentialities of the instrument.
Elissaveta Staneva is one of the renowned viola players world-wide. She was born in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, studied at the Secondary Music School in Plovdiv and continued her education at the State Academy of Music in Sofia and at the University of Music in Vienna. She attended many master classes with: Tabea Zimmermann, Thomas Riebl, Michael Kugel and Diemut Popen. From 1992 to 1996 she was a member of Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra under the direction of Claudio Abbado, and played later on in the Mahler Chamber Orchestra. She has been principle viola of the Graz Philharmonic Orchestra (Austria) since 2001. In addition to her orchestral engagement, she also participated as soloist and member of various chamber music groups throughout Europe and USA. She is holder of prestigious awards: Prize of the Nippon Foundation Japan, OESTIG Prize for the excellent Interpretation of Contemporary Austrian Music, etc. She is prize winner at national and international competitions.
The conductor Nayden Todorov was born in Bulgaria. He studied with Karl Osterreicher and Uros Lajovic in Vienna and has gone on to conduct major orchestras across the European and the American continents, and in Israel. He currently serves as a general manager and music director of the Rousse State Opera & Philharmonic. In addition he is the Music Director of the much-lauded Thracia Summer International Music Festival and since 2001 he has been paying regular guest visits to the National Opera and Ballet in Sofia. Nayden Todorov has also been a Principal Guest Conductor of the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra since the 2003-2004 season.
The Thracian Chamber Orchestra was founded in 1998. The orchestra includes talented musicians from Plovdiv and the surrounding region. Many renowned Bulgarian and foreign solo players and conductors have performed in the orchestra since its foundation, and they have received high appraisal from the audience and critics.


With the participation of: Iliana Todorova - Baycheva, basso continuo (7-10)
Thracian Chamber Orchestra Plovdiv
Nayden Todorov, conductor

Recorded in 2005 in the studio of Radio Plovdiv
12.00 eur Temporarily out of stock

The Galeazzi Ensemble - The Age of Elegance, (18th century music for flute & strings)

 The Galeazzi Ensemble - The Age of Elegance, (18th century music for flute & strings)
ID: LIR001
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Flute

This is the first disc recorded by the Galeazzi Ensemble and is a perfect example of a CD that presents the familiar and the unfamiliar. The works recorded are all flute quartets - an incredibly popular medium of the time - and the group have chosen a selection which spans the last 30 years of the 18th century, beginning with Haydn, and working through those composers who would have been his friends and associates.

There is some mystery surrounding one of the works on the disc - the prelude supposedly by Mozart to team with the arrangement of the elder Bach's Fugue in D minor. Rather like some of the movements from the later Requiem, the work has all the characteristics of Mozart, but there seems to be a little doubt over its authenticity.

All the composers featured on this discs were incredibly prolific in their composing, whilst juggling several other balls. J.C.Bach, the "London Bach", was music master to the Royal Family, his role there encompassing conducting, composing, concert management, and accompanying the family at the keyboard. Hoffmeister ran a publishing house, producing works by the likes of Haydn, Beethoven and Mozart, and Pleyel's career is even more astounding since he was something of an entrepreneur, opening a music shop, a publishing house and a piano factory. Despite their extra-curricular activities, these are fine works, and are well placed with works by their more well-known contemporaries and friends, Haydn and Mozart.
11.00 eur Temporarily out of stock

Views of Vienna - The Galeazzi Ensemble (A musical journey through 18th century Vienna)

Views of Vienna - The Galeazzi Ensemble  (A musical journey through 18th century Vienna)
ID: LIR008
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Chamber Ensemble

This is the Galeazzi Ensemble's 2nd recording on London Independent and follows on from the enormous success, both critically and commercially, of their first recording "The Age of Elegance".

Like their previous CD, this recording presents works by familiar faces - Schubert’s sumptuous string trio and Mozart’s flute quartet, written purely for money - but also introduces us to some less celebrated figures such as Gyrowetz, the young pretender to Mozart’s symphonic genius whose dainty quartet looks very much backwards into the classical era, Dittersdorf, the colourful favourite of the Austrian Empress, who effortlessly explores the nuances of string writing with energy and style, and Hoffmeister, the entrepreneur of the musical world - publisher, agent and banker - whose quartet is full of musical surprises!
11.00 eur Buy

Ashan Pillai: F.A. Hoffmeister: Complete Works for Viola

Ashan Pillai: F.A. Hoffmeister: Complete Works for Viola
ID: OC334
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Viola

F.A.Hoffmeister:
Concerto for viola & orchestra in B flat major
Concerto for viola & orchestra in D major
12 Solo Concert Studies

Ashan Pillai (viola)
Gulbenkian Orchestra7, Christopher Hogwood
9.00 eur Temporarily out of stock

 
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