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Carl Heinrich Graun / Johann Joachim Quantz / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach / Frederick The Great - Music In Old Towns And Residences (I) / Potsdam: At The Court Of Frederick The Great Album

Genre: Classical
Performer: Carl Heinrich Graun / Johann Joachim Quantz / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach / Frederick The Great
Title: Music In Old Towns And Residences (I) / Potsdam: At The Court Of Frederick The Great
Style: Baroque
Date of release: 1965
FLAC album size: 2570 mb
MP3 album size: 1208 mb

Tracklist

Sinfonia In D Major For 2 Flutes, 2 Oboes, 2 Horns, Strings And Continuo
Affetuoso
Aria: Erra Quel Nobil Cor Che In Sua Bonta Riposta - From "Montezuma," Opera In 3 Acts
Scherzando Allegro
Concerto A Cembalo Concertato With 2 Violins, Viola And Bass, In D Minor
Allegro Assai
Poco Andante
Andante (Expressivo)
Vivace
Allegro
Concerto In E Minor For Flute, Strings And Continuo
Allegro Ma Non Troppo
Allegro Assai

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
S-6163, RS/6163, 6163Carl Heinrich Graun / Johann Joachim Quantz / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach / Frederick The Great Carl Heinrich Graun / Johann Joachim Quantz / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach / Frederick The Great - Music In Old Towns And Residences (I) / Potsdam: At The Court Of Frederick The Great ‎(LP, Album, Club, Gat)The Record Society, The Record Society, The Record SocietyS-6163, RS/6163, 6163Australia1965
6163, S/6163, RS/ 6163Carl Heinrich Graun / Johann Joachim Quantz / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach / Frederick The Great Carl Heinrich Graun / Johann Joachim Quantz / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach / Frederick The Great - Music In Old Towns And Residences (I) / Potsdam: At The Court Of Frederick The Great ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Club, Gat)The Record Society, The Record Society, The Record Society6163, S/6163, RS/ 6163Australia1965
S/6163, S-6163Carl Heinrich Graun / Johann Joachim Quantz / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach / Frederick The Great Carl Heinrich Graun / Johann Joachim Quantz / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach / Frederick The Great - Music In Old Towns And Residences (I) / Potsdam: At The Court Of Frederick The Great ‎(LP, Album, Club, RE)The Record Society, The Record SocietyS/6163, S-6163Australia1970
S. 36272Frederick The Great / Lorengar with Hans Von Benda cond. Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Frederick The Great / Lorengar with Hans Von Benda cond. Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra - Music From The Court Of Frederick The Great ‎(LP)Angel RecordsS. 36272USUnknown
HQS 1173Frederick The Great / Lorengar with Hans Von Benda cond. Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Frederick The Great / Lorengar with Hans Von Benda cond. Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra - Music From The Court Of Frederick The Great ‎(LP)His Master's VoiceHQS 1173UKUnknown
991 100, SAXW 9510Friedrich der Grosse, Carl Heinrich Graun, Johann Joachim Quantz, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Friedrich der Grosse, Carl Heinrich Graun, Johann Joachim Quantz, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Musik Am Hofe Friedrichs Des Großen ‎(LP, Club)Columbia, Columbia991 100, SAXW 9510SwitzerlandUnknown
991 100, SAXW 9510Friedrich der Grosse, Carl Heinrich Graun, Johann Joachim Quantz, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Friedrich der Grosse, Carl Heinrich Graun, Johann Joachim Quantz, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Musik Am Hofe Friedrichs Des Großen ‎(LP, Club)Columbia, Columbia991 100, SAXW 9510SwitzerlandUnknown
SMC 91100Carl Heinrich Graun, Johann Joachim Quantz, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Friedrich der Große Carl Heinrich Graun, Johann Joachim Quantz, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Friedrich der Große - Potsdam - Am Hofe Friedrichs Des Großen ‎(LP)ColumbiaSMC 91100GermanyUnknown
STC 91100Hans Von Benda, Berliner Philharmoniker Hans Von Benda, Berliner Philharmoniker - Potsdam Am Hofe Friedrichs Des Großen ‎(LP)ColumbiaSTC 91100GermanyUnknown

Album

Composed By Frederick The Great. A1a. Allegro Assai. Composed By Carl Heinrich Graun. Concerto In E Minor For Flute, Strings And Continuo. Composed By Johann Joachim Quantz. A3a. Allegro Ma Non Troppo. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach 8 March 1714 14 December 1788, also formerly spelled Karl Philipp Emmanuel Bach, and commonly abbreviated C. Bach, was a German Classical period musician and composer, the fifth child and second surviving son of Johann Sebastian Bach and Maria Barbara Bach. His second name was given in honor of his godfather Georg Philipp Telemann, a friend of Johann Sebastian Bach. Johann Joachim Quantz and the Graun brothers, Carl and Johann, show up mostly on albums devoted to Bach, while Johann Gottfried Müthel and Franz Benda are even rarer. The real find here, and also entirely unfamiliar, is the Andantino con VII Variazioni in G major, Op. 17 by Carl Friedrich Christian Fasch, son of Johann Friedrich Fasch, himself known mostly through Maurice André's advocacy of a single trumpet concerto. Florilegium cultivates a warm chamber music sound that would have been even more intimate had the musicians not been placed in an inappropriate church venue. Recommended for fans of the late Baroque. Carl Heinrich Graun, the Royal Kapellmeister, recruited singers for the Berlin Opera, and Frederick wrote arias and libretti for several of Graun's operas, including one of his biggest successes, Montezuma. Composer: Johann Joachim Quantz, Franz Benda, Frederick the Great, Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach Performer: Klaus Kirbach, Patrick Gallois, Karl-Heinz Schröter, Harald Winkler Conductor: Peter Schreier OrchestraEnsemble: Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Chamber Orchestra. CD: . Low Stock. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach spent 30 years at the Prussian court, his gifts largely unacknowledged by Frederick. But Bach's famous father, the composer Johann Sebastian Bach, earned royal esteem. On May 7, 1747, the king invited the elder Bach to Sanssouci Palace. Frederick played a theme on which Bach was to improvise a three-voiced fugue. The origin of the king's complex musical motif is a subject of dispute among scholars. It's unclear whether Frederick really thought it up himself - perhaps one of the court's musicians dictated it to his quill, said researcher Michael Maul of the Bach Archive in Leipzig. Courtly PR. A true original: one of Frederick II's flutes. Lucie Skeaping discusses the musicians of Frederick the Great's court. Lucie Skeaping discusses the musicians of Frederick the Great's court, including Agricola, Quantz, CPE Bach, Fasch and Graun as well as the king himself. A keen flautist himself, Frederich II of Prussia also patronised and employed some of the finest composers of the age. Johann Joachim Quantz - Flute Sonata No. 272 in F major QV. 1:93 Allegro. Performers: Vera Fischer transverse flute, Klaus-Dieter Brandt baroque cello, Leon Berben harpsichord. Johann Joachim Quantz - Sonata No. 4 in D major Presto. Performers: Gerhard Mallon flute, Julian Byzantine guitar. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach 8 March 1714 14 December 1788 was a German musician and composer, the second of five sons of Johann Sebastian Bach and Maria Barbara Bach. He was a crucial composer in the transition between the Baroque and Classical periods, and one of the founders of the Classical style, composing in the Rococo and Classical periods. Life and works Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach was born in Weimar, Germany. In 1738, at the age of 24, he took his degree, but at once abandoned his prospects of a legal career and determined to devote himself to music. Poco allegro. Carl Heinrich Graun. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Free download as PDF File . pdf, Text File . txt or read online for free. armed with a recommendation by the Graun brothers Johann Gottlieb and Carl Heinrich and Sylvius Leopold Weiss, obtained an appointment at Berlin in the service of Crown Prince Frederick of Prussia, the future Frederick the Great. Encyclopædia Britannica Free scores by Carl Philipp Emanual Bach at the. Though the great CPE Bach was a fixture of Frederick's court for a number of years, most of the corpus of his writing lends itself from the Hamburg years, not from Berlin and Potsdam. In Hamburg, the free city allotted a composer greater freedom of thought then a royal court

Performer

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach 8 March 1714 14 December 1788, also formerly spelled Karl Philipp Emmanuel Bach, and commonly abbreviated C. Bach, was a German Classical period musician and composer, the fifth child and second surviving son of Johann Sebastian Bach and Maria Barbara Bach. His second name was given in honor of his godfather Georg Philipp Telemann, a friend of Johann Sebastian Bach. In January 1750, Johann Philipp Graumann was appointed as Frederick's confidential adviser on finance, military affairs, and royal possessions, as well as the Director-General of all mint facilities. Graumann had two main tasks: first, he was to secure the availability of coin silver for the Prussian monetary system second, he was to eliminate the currency chaos of the Austrian War. His court musicians included C. Bach, Johann Joachim Quantz, Carl Heinrich Graun and Franz Benda. A meeting with Johann Sebastian Bach in 1747 in Potsdam led to Bach's writing The Musical Offering. Composed By Carl Heinrich Graun. Concerto In E Minor For Flute, Strings And Continuo. Composed By Johann Joachim Quantz. A3a. Allegro Ma Non Troppo. Concerto A Cembalo Concertato With 2 Violins, Viola And Bass, In D Minor 1748. Composed By Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. B2a. of Mr. Bach andor King Frederick. Italian and Korean subtitles was added later. The meeting at the King's residence in Potsdam came about because Bach's son Carl Philipp Emanuel was employed there as court musician. Frederick wanted to show the elder Bach a novelty, Philipp Emanuel Bach 8 March 1714 14 December 1788 was a German musician and composer, the second of five sons of Johann Sebastian Bach and Maria Barbara Bach. He was a crucial composer in the transition between the Baroque and Classical periods, and one of the founders of the Classical style, composing in the Rococo and Classical periods. Life and works Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach was born in Weimar, Germany. When he was ten years old he entered the St. Thomas School at Leipzig, where his father had become cantor in 1723, and continued his education. Emanuel Bachs most personal music represents the pinnacle of Empfindsamkeit, the cult of heightened sensibility practised by a group of North German composers in reaction to the rational strain in Enlightenment thinking. The most privileged court musicians were Carl Heinrich Graun and, especially, Johann Joachim Quantz, Fredericks flute teacher and purveyor of concertos by the yard for the kings delectation. Quantz was not only paid far more than the young harpischordist-composer 2000 thalers in 1744-5 against Bachs 300, but also enjoyed unique powers in the court. Johann Joachim Quantz and the Graun brothers, Carl and Johann, show up mostly on albums devoted to Bach, while Johann Gottfried Müthel and Franz Benda are even rarer. The real find here, and also entirely unfamiliar, is the Andantino con VII Variazioni in G major, Op. Carl Friedrich Christian served for a time as deputy to Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, and from this variation set it would seem as though some of his bosses iconoclastic ideas rubbed off. This work is unlike any other variation set of the time, with daring moves in both harmony and texture it's actually a good deal more unorthodox than the flute-violin duet of . which closes the album. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, second surviving son of J. and Maria Barbara Bach, and the leading composer of the early Classical period. A precocious musician who remained successful, . Bach was his fathers true successor and an important figure in his own right. Frederick was a good flutist and so fond of music that he had his court orchestra accompany him in concerti every night except Mondays and Fridays, which were opera nights. The subservience that he required from his distinguished harpsichordist grew irksome, but it was not until 1767 that Bach was able to resign his Berlin post to take up an appointment as music director at Hamburg. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach March 8, 1714 December 14, 1788 was a German musician and composer, the second surviving son of five sons from Johann Sebastian Bach and his first wife, Maria Barbara Bach. His early works were the epitome of the grand Baroque style, while his later works were the foundation of the classical style, composing in the Rococo and Classical periods. Standing in the shadow of his famous father J. Bach, . Bach is often overlooked as a composer, yet he created imaginative. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach was a German musician and composer, the second son of J. Bach and Maria Barbara Bach. He was a founder of the Classical style. and substitute the wider and more flexible outline which the great Viennese masters showed to be capable of almost

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