CARL STAMITZ FLUTE CONCERTO IN G PDF

Pseudo This is your nickname on free-scores. This term refers to a group of composers in Mannheim as well as musical innovations created within the Mannheim orchestra such as expressive dynamics and tone color. Concerto In G Major Op. Please see our Privacy Policy for details. A concerto of classical elegance, cantability and virtuosity.

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Mannheim Palace modern view Carl Stamitz [1] was the eldest son of Johann Stamitz , a violinist and composer of the early classical era. As its leader, Johann Stamitz trained the court orchestra at Mannheim Palace to be disciplined and technically polished and they created a sensation with their ability to play with subtlety and precision, as well as with a great dynamic range. He received his first lessons in violin and composition from his father.

Early career[ edit ] By the time he was seventeen, Stamitz was employed as a violinist in the court orchestra. In , he resigned from his post and began travelling. In he went to Paris, where he went into service with Louis, Duke of Noailles , who made him his court composer. He also appeared in the Concerts Spirituels , sometimes together with his brother Anton , who had probably come to Paris with him. With Paris as his base, he made frequent concert tours to a number of German cities: on 12 April he appeared in Frankfurt ; a year later he was in Augsburg ; and in he ventured as far as the Russian capital, Saint Petersburg.

In he dwelt for a time in Strasbourg where Franz Xaver Richter was music director. Bach and in his last years Haydn , to be drawn there. Between and , Stamitz gave concerts in The Hague and in Amsterdam.

During the winter of —90 he directed the amateur concerts in Kassel , but failed to gain an employment with the Schwerin court. By now married and the father of four young children, he was forced to resume a life of travelling. Jena, in around On 12 November he gave a concert in the Weimar court theatre, which was then under the direction of Goethe.

In he undertook a last journey along the River Rhine to his native Mannheim, before he finally gave up travelling. Sometime in the winter of —95 he moved his family to the university town of Jena in central Germany. Final years[ edit ] During the years Stamitz spent at Jena, there was neither a town band nor an orchestra to speak of. According to some sources, he was in some way connected to the university, but this seems a matter of dispute. Stamitz gradually descended into poverty.

After his death in November , a substantial number of tracts on alchemy were found in his library. Because of this it is thought that he dabbled in attempts at making gold.

Some of the clarinet and viola concertos that Stamitz composed are considered to be among the finest available from the period.

During the period when he lived in Paris, Stamitz began to cooperate with the Bohemian born clarinet virtuoso Joseph Beer — , which proved fruitful for both Stamitz and Beer. Stamitz was the first composer to specify a left-hand pizzicato an important virtuoso device in a musical composition. The writing for the solo instruments is idiomatic and virtuosic , but not excessively so. Their structure is additive in nature and does not exhibit the thematic development that is considered typical of the Viennese classical style.

The final movement is often and in the concertos almost always a French-style rondo. Just as his teacher Franz Xaver Richter had done, Stamitz preferred minor keys , as he generally used a variety of sometimes remote keys.

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Stamitz: Flute Concerto in G Major, op. 29

Mannheim Palace modern view Carl Stamitz [1] was the eldest son of Johann Stamitz , a violinist and composer of the early classical era. As its leader, Johann Stamitz trained the court orchestra at Mannheim Palace to be disciplined and technically polished and they created a sensation with their ability to play with subtlety and precision, as well as with a great dynamic range. He received his first lessons in violin and composition from his father. Early career[ edit ] By the time he was seventeen, Stamitz was employed as a violinist in the court orchestra.

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Flute Concerto in G major, Op.20 (Stamitz, Carl Philipp)

This term refers to a group of composers in Mannheim as well as musical innovations created within the Mannheim orchestra such as expressive dynamics and tone color. The Mannheim school contributed greatly to the concerto literature, especially for woodwind players. Stamitz took particular interest in the flute, writing seven concertos and several chamber works featuring the flute. It is the Flute Concerto in G Major, op. The 3 movement work written in features many elements of the Mannheim School as well as a progressive trend towards virtuosity.

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