The Symphony In Beethoven S Vienna

Author: David Wyn Jones
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521862612
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David Wyn Jones explores the symphonies of other composers of the time together with the patterns of musical life in Vienna that helped shape the destiny of the symphony.

Three Weeks In Vienna

Author: Susan L. Haugland
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781462805747
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Her abilities as a musician come into question and attempts at sabotage are made against her. This is a story of loves triumph over adversity. It is Karolines story.

Music In Vienna

Author: David Wyn Jones
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
ISBN: 1783271078
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7 Alexander Weinmann, 'Vollständiges Verlagsverzeichnis der Musikalien des
Kunst- und Industrie-Comptoirs in Wien, 1801–1819', Studien zur
Musikwissenschaft, 22 (1955), pp. 217–52; Slezak, Beethovens Wiener
Originalverleger, pp. 54–60; David Wyn Jones, The Symphony in Beethoven's
Vienna (Cambridge, 2006), pp. 164–5. 8 Jones, The Symphony in Beethoven's
Vienna, pp. 164–7. 9 Alexander Weinmann, Verzeichnis der Musikalien des
Verlages Joseph Eder – Jeremias ...

Engaging Haydn

Author: Mary Hunter
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107015146
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That Beethoven dedicated his First Symphony to Baron van Swieten in 1799 is
indicative of his aesthetic aspirations at this time - a sign that Beethoven aligned
himself with the most serious and historically aware wing of Vienna's musical
culture, from which The Creation had come."6 The connection thus established
between Beethoven's earliest symphonic compositions and the progenitors of
Vienna's oratorio culture surely contributed to the increasing dignity of the genre
of the ...

Performance Practice

Author: Roland Jackson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136767703
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Orchestras: Size, disposition, and 20th-c. practice Orchestras in Vienna varied
greatly in size and personnel (professional, amateur) during Beethoven's lifetime.
A small-sized ... For the Symphony no. 4 (1805) Beethoven had strings
numbering 13-12-7-6-4 plus single winds (55 instruments in all). For Symphonies
nos. 7 and 8 (1813–14) in the Redoutensaal he had the following: strings of 18-
1814-12-7 and woodwinds each doubled (2 first flutes, 2 second flutes, etc.).
Beethoven is ...

Beethoven S Symphony

Author: Alexander Rehding
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019029972X
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Kärtnertortheater in Vienna, shown in figure 1.3, was torn down in 1870. But even
though the material ... The computer algorithms that Weinzierl and his team
developed can recreate a highly nuanced sense of the surprisingly short
reverberation time that used to characterize the acoustics of the famous Viennese
stage. Over the course of the next ... This is not a. The FIGURE 1.3 old
Kärtnertortheater in Vienna, where Beethoven's Ninth Symphony was first
performed on May 7, 1824.

The Viennese Minor Key Symphony In The Age Of Haydn And Mozart

Author: Matthew Riley
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199349681
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Some minor-key works may be classified as “characteristic” symphonies,4 while
others have oblique connections with works of that type. Many of them invite new
forms of judgment and understanding from the listener, replacing the traditional
values of compositional craft 1 David Wyn Jones, The Symphony in Beethoven's
Vienna (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006), 36–49. 2 As argued by
Grave, “Recuperation, Transformation and Transcendence,” 27–32. 3 Ibid., 33.

The Critical Reception Of Beethoven S Compositions By His German Contemporaries

Author: Wayne M. Senner
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803212503
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The Eroica was performed on 6 December 1807 (with Beethoven conducting)
and 2 February 1808; the First Symphony on 17 January 1808 and 20 March
1808; the Second Symphony on 25 November 1807 and 22 February 1808; and
the Fourth Symphony on 27 December 1807. See Morrow, Concert Life, 345-48.
2. Count Andreas Razumovsky (175 2-1 836), Russian Ambassador to Vienna,
married Countess Elizabeth Thun, the sister of Prince Karl Lichnowsky of Vienna,
in 1788 ...

The Second Golden Age Of The Viennese Symphony

Author: A. Peter Brown
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253334886
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7, or Berlioz's Harold in Italy and Beethoven's Symphonies Nos. 7 and 9), or by
total rejection. Alternatives for the composers of the Leipzig/ Berlin group were
the Schubert of the "Great" C Major Symphony 0.944 ^ we'l ^ tne works of
Mendelssohn and Schumann. A number of composers from all over Europe and
England, such as Sterndale Bennett, Franz Berwald, Niels Gade, Edvard Grieg,
and Johan Svendsen, spent time in Leipzig and/or Berlin. Outside of the
Viennese circles, they ...