âª one of his favorite pieces, the scrumptious trio is distilled Americana, folk-flavored with echoes of old Western tunes and Yankee hymn themes. Copyright Â© 1999-2020 Jupiter Symphony. His first opera, Lâapoteosi dâErcole, written in 1819, was a success that launched a career spanning decades and led to tours in Vienna, Madrid, CÃ¡diz, Lisbon, and Paris, where he met Giacomo Meyerbeer, whose operas influenced Mercadante to write more dramatically. Seldom performed, the Quintet was written when BartÃ³k was 23. Tours as a concert pianist followed in Russia and abroad. An accomplished pianist and singer as well, she soon became a leading figure in Viennese artistic life. Stay tuned for details on our momentous 100th season in 2021/22! The Fantaisie was written in Bordighera on the Italian Riviera, where Saint-SaÃ«ns unwound after overseeing the first production in 30 years of his opera Le timbre dâargent (The Silver Bell) in nearby Monte Carlo. Szymanowski (1882â1937) was the most celebrated composer of the early 20th century. 1 in G Major Hob XVI:40 âª 1929 She is buried near her parents in Birchington-on-Sea in Kent. The son of a Greek scholar, Scott (1879â1970) was sent to the Hoch Conservatory in Frankfurt at age 12 to study music with Engelbert Humperdinck and Lazzaro Uzielli, one of Germanyâs finest piano pedagogues. They traded lessonsâEnglish for music, and vice versa. He died four days before his 36th birthday in 1876. Before leaving Vienna to return to Poland, Lessel performed as a pianist and in a string ensemble in LwÃ³w with, among others, Karol LipiÅski. rarely-performed, and featuring outstanding musicians. Christine Lamprea cello, Jacqueline Kerrod harp âª by 4 members of the Belaiev CircleâNikolay RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, Anatoly LIADOV, Alexander BORODIN, and Alexander GLAZUNOVâeach contributing a movement based on a theme using the letters of their patronâs last name Belaiev: B (Bb in German), la (A in French), and F. The lumber millionaire, Mitrofan Petrovich Belaiev, was also an amateur violist with a passion for chamber music. Inspired by Mozartâs Divertimento K. 563, the String Trio was written at a time when Beethoven became famous as a piano virtuoso in Vienna, dazzling audiences with his skill and improvisations. It does not disappoint with abundant runs (in thirds), leaps, and hand-crossings. He recounted that the piano was out of tune and that Beethovenâs playing was âharsh or careless.â The two men were friends, and Spohr admired Beethovenâs music, especially the early string quartets, which he usually played in most of his chamber concerts until the end of his performing career in 1858. Itamar Zorman violin, Ignace PLEYEL Quintet in C Major âª 1780s Among his pupils were Rachmaninoff and Scriabin. Among the important artists drawn to his talent was Mendelssohn, who became his closest friend for more than 2 decades, and whom he succeeded as conductor of the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, but this led to a split between them. Alexander GEDIKE aka GOEDICKE Piano Trio in G minor Op. She taught and lectured widely, including at Juilliard, and was the first woman faculty member at New York University. Then he heard the premiere of Also sprach Zarathustra, met Strauss, and was inspired: âI was aroused as by a flash of lightning by the first Budapest performance of Also Sprach Zarathustra. 1 composed in the wake of Soviet government censorship. Vadim Lando clarinet, Claude DEBUSSY PremiÃ¨re rhapsodie âª 1909 With a backward nod, thereâs a sweet, serene Haydnesque opening Allegro, and then an evocative Molto adagio with hints of the composerâs many trips to North Africa. 551 “Jupiter” . 35 âª 1894 Returning to Turin the following year, he devoted his efforts, from 1902, to the collection and study of about 500 Piedmontese folksongs, many of which he arranged for voice and piano and for other instruments. Scharwenkaâs memoirs also disclose that all his life he felt âcompletely German, a Protestant Christian,â brought up in the spirit of German Romanticism and the great piano tradition of Schumann, Mendelssohn, and Brahms. His remaining years until his death in 1784 were miserable. 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