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Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (3 February 1736 – 7 March 1809) was an Austrian composer, organist, and music theorist and one of the teachers of Ludwig van Beethoven. Albrechtsberger was born at Klosterneuburg, near Vienna. He originally studied music at Melk Abbey and philosophy at a Benedictine seminary in Vienna and became one of the most learned and skillful contrapuntists of his age. Albrechtsberger's earliest classmates included Michael Haydn and Franz Joseph Aumann
Category:Albrechtsberger, Johann Georg. Johann Georg Albrechtsberger. 3 февраля 1736 - 7 марта 1809). Organ Concerto in B-flat major (Albrechtsberger, Johann Georg). Prelude for Organ in G minor (Albrechtsberger, Johann Georg). S. Sinfonia Concertino in D major (Albrechtsberger, Johann Georg). Harmonium-Album (Blumenthal, Paul). N. 12 Neue leichte Präludien (Albrechtsberger, Johann Georg).
Johann Georg Albrechtsberger portrait by Leopold Kupelwieser. Albrechtsberger's earliest classmates included Michael Haydn and Franz Joseph Aumann. After being employed as organist at Raab in 1755 and Maria Taferl in 1757, he was appointed Thurnermeister back at Melk Abbey.
Johann Georg Albrechtsberger ( born February 3, 1736, in Klosterneuburg, Lower Austria, † March 7, 1809 in Vienna ) was an Austrian music theorist, composer and especially learned contrapuntist. Organ and Keyboard Works. Chamber music works and instrumental concertos. His father was a farmer and coachmen. In 1753 he went to Vienna to study at the Jesuit seminary philosophy. There he became friends with Michael Haydn, about this, he got to his brother Joseph Haydn know. In the years 1755-1757 Albrechtsberger was organist at Raab (Győr ). Subsequently, he was appointed for two years in the same capacity at the pilgrimage church of Maria Taferl. 1759, he returned as an organist to Melk. In 1766 he had to leave after an incident Melk, was back in Raab and from 1768 as organist and organ builder in Vienna.
Johann Georg Albrechtsberger is primarily remembered today as a friend of Franz Joseph Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and as Ludwig van Beethoven's teacher, as well as for composing a number of canons that periodically turn up as examples in theory classes. Beyond that, few know of Albrechtsberger's oeuvre, which includes over 600 works in most of the Classical forms, though precious few of these have ever been recorded
An organ concerto is a piece of music, an instrumental concerto for a pipe organ soloist with an orchestra. The form first evolves in the 18th century, when composers including Antonio Vivaldi, Johann Sebastian Bach and George Frideric Handel wrote organ concertos with small orchestras, and with solo parts which rarely call for the organ pedal board.
Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (Composer), Franz Asplmayr (Composer), Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber (Composer), Anton Bruckner (Composer), Carl Czerny (Composer), Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf (Composer), Franz Joseph Haydn (Composer), Michael Haydn (Composer), Paul Hofhaimer (Composer), Johann Nepomuk Hummel (Composer), Erich Wolfgang Korngold (Composer), Fritz Kreisler (Composer), Joseph Lanner (Composer), Franz Lehar (Composer), Johann Georg Lickl (Composer), Gustav Mahler (Composer), Carl Millocker (Composer), Georg Matthias. Disc: 1. 1. Harpsichord Concerto: Allegro Moderato. 2. String Quartet In D Major: Vivace. 3. Largetto - Allegro - Largo-Allegro. Pages with related products. See and discover other items: michael haydn, st louis symphony, anton webern.
Home Classical Albrechtsberger Johann Georg Johann Georg Albrechtsberger – Concertos for Jew’s Harp Mandora and Orchestra (1981). Johann Georg Albrechtsberger – Concertos for Jew’s Harp Mandora and Orchestra (1981). He also served as a music teacher to Beethoven when he grew frustrated with Haydn, who had not the time to correct his work. These works are in the galant or rococo style, somewhere between baroque and classical (but closer to classical). These works must be understood in the context of the galant period. Albrechtsberger was initially inspired to compose these works by Austria's "music king," Joseph II who wrote enthusiastically about a Jew's Harp performance he heard in a monastery. to cloudmailru uptobox g. t.
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- Composed By – Иога́нн Альбрехтсбе́ргер*, Йозеф Гайдн*
- Conductor – Юрий Никоненко
- Organ – Владимир Кошуба