Composed By – Anton Diabelli (tracks: 8 to 13), Erzherzog Rudolf von Österreich (tracks: 14 to 19), Joseph Kreutzer (tracks: 1 to 3), Wenzeslaus Matiegka (tracks: 4 to 7). Engineer – Holger Schlegel. Ensemble – Consortium Classicum. Flute – Mirjam Nastasi (tracks: 1 to 3). Guitar – Sonja Prunnbauer. Horn – Jan Schroeder (tracks: 4 to 7). Liner Notes – Dieter Klöcker.
Consortium Classicum. Consortium Classicum. Notturno from op. 18. 4. Thema und Variationen. Wenzel Thomas Matiegka. Original-Thema und Variationen.
Notturno - Guitar Chamber Works. Sonja Prunnbauer (guitar). Consortium Classicum, Dieter Klocher. Release Date: 15th Jun 2009. Catalogue No: MDG3011563. Diabelli: Notturno for flute and guitar in A major. Rudolph: Serenade for clarinet, viola, bassoon & guitar in B flat major. Consortium Classicum led by critically acclaimed Dieter Klocher, are joined by guitarist Sonja Prunnbauer on this delightful disc of chamber works. Diabelli, Anton (1781-1858). Kreutzer, Joseph (1790-1840). Matiegka, Wenzeslaus (1773-1830). Rudolph von Österreich, Erzherzog (1788-1831). Kreutzer, J: Trio Op. 16 for flute, clarinet & guitar.
Notturno From O. 8 (For Clarinet, Horn And Guitar) E Flat Major, Mi Bémol Majeur, Es-Dur. –Wenzeslaus Matiegka. Thema Und Variationen /1 Thema. Andantino /2 Variation 1 /3 Variation 2 /4 Variation 3. Minore /5 Variation 4 Più Allegro. 5. 6. 7. Composed By – Anton Diabelli (tracks: 8 to 13), Erzherzog Rudolf von Österreich (tracks: 14 to 19), Joseph Kreutzer (tracks: 1 to 3), Wenzeslaus Matiegka (tracks: 4 to 7).
Notturno: Guitar Chamber Music.
Splendid Fare Those who wanted to perform in the home during the nineteenth century evidently fondly and frequently turned to the guitar and clarinet.
Conradin Kreutzer or Kreuzer (Messkirch in Baden, 22 November 1780 – Riga, 14 December 1849) was a German composer and conductor. His works include the opera Das Nachtlager in Granada, and Der Verschwender (Incidental music), both produced in 1834 in Vienna. Kreutzer abandoned his studies in the law (University of Freiburg) and went to Vienna about 1804, where he met Joseph Haydn and may have studied with Johann Georg Albrechtsberger, while he tried his hand unsuccessfully at singspielen.
Anton Diabelli was born in Mattsee near Salzburg. His father was his first music teacher. At the age of seven, Anton joined the boys choir at the monastery of Michaelbeuern and later he was a choir boy in Salzburg Cathedral. Diabelli intended to enter the priesthood and entered the monastery at Raitenhaslach, where his studies were supervised by composer Joseph Haydn’s brother Michael Haydn.
Print and download in PDF or MIDI Grande Sonate No 1. Here is another long and underrated guitar piece. Well, actually, in this case this is mostly because the composer himself is very underrated and not enough people know of him. He was from the same generation of Fernando Sor, Mauro Giuliani, Ferdinando Carulli, Dionisio Aguado, etc. Special thanks to Gilberto Dusman for posting recordings of this p.
The 33 Variations on a waltz by Anton Diabelli, Op. 120, commonly known as the Diabelli Variations, is a set of variations for the piano written between 1819 and 1823 by Ludwig van Beethoven on a waltz composed by Anton Diabelli. It is often considered to be one of the greatest sets of variations for keyboard along with J. S. Bach's Goldberg Variations. The music writer Donald Tovey called it "the greatest set of variations ever written"
|Trio Op.16 (For Flute, Clarinet And Guitar) A Major / La Majeur / A-Dur||17:44|
|1||–Joseph Kreutzer||Allegro Risoluto||7:07|
|3||–Joseph Kreutzer||Alla Polacca||5:57|
|Notturno From Op.18 (For Clarinet, Horn And Guitar) E Flat Major / Mi Bémol Majeur / Es-Dur||10:46|
|4||–Wenzeslaus Matiegka||Thema Und Variationen /1 Thema. Andantino /2 Variation 1 /3 Variation 2 /4 Variation 3. Minore /5 Variation 4 Più Allegro||3:06|
|5||–Wenzeslaus Matiegka||Menuetto. Allegro||3:08|
|6||–Wenzeslaus Matiegka||Zingara. Andante||2:09|
|7||–Wenzeslaus Matiegka||Marcia. Maestoso||2:17|
|Notturno (For Clarient And Guitar) A Major / La Majeur / A-Dur||20:21|
|8||–Anton Diabelli||Andante Con Moto||2:32|
|9||–Anton Diabelli||Menuetto. Moderato Assai Cantabile||3:51|
|10||–Anton Diabelli||Marcia. Allegro||1:33|
|11||–Anton Diabelli||Original-Thema Und Variationen /1 Thema. Andante Grazioso /2 Variation 1 /3 Variation 2 /4 Variation 4. Allegro||5:40|
|13||–Anton Diabelli||Marcia. Allegro||1:46|
|Serenade For Clarinet, Viola, Bassoon And Guitar) B Flat Major / Si Bémol Majeur / B-Dur||23:28|
|14||–Erzherzog Rudolf von Österreich||Tempo Di Marcia||2:19|
|15||–Erzherzog Rudolf von Österreich||Adagio - Allegretto||4:09|
|16||–Erzherzog Rudolf von Österreich||Ländler. Moderato Assai||3:30|
|17||–Erzherzog Rudolf von Österreich||Variationen /1 Thema. Allegro Non Troppo /2 Variation 1 /3 Variation 2 /4 Variation 3. Legate Tutte /5 Variation 4||5:37|
|18||–Erzherzog Rudolf von Österreich||Adagio - Alla Pollacca||4:14|
|19||–Erzherzog Rudolf von Österreich||Marcia. Allegro||3:23|
- Bassoon – Helman Jung (tracks: 14 to 19)
- Clarinet – Dieter Klöcker
- Composed By – Anton Diabelli (tracks: 8 to 13), Erzherzog Rudolf von Österreich (tracks: 14 to 19), Joseph Kreutzer (tracks: 1 to 3), Wenzeslaus Matiegka (tracks: 4 to 7)
- Engineer [Tonmeister] – Holger Schlegel
- Ensemble – Consortium Classicum
- Flute – Mirjam Nastasi (tracks: 1 to 3)
- Guitar – Sonja Prunnbauer
- Horn – Jan Schroeder* (tracks: 4 to 7)
- Liner Notes – Dieter Klöcker
- Liner Notes [English Translation] – J & M Berridge
- Liner Notes [French Translation] – Sophie Liwszyc
- Producer [Production] – Reimund Grimm, Werner Dabringhaus
- Viola – Niklas Schwarz (tracks: 14 to 19)
Notes© + ℗ MDG, 2009.
Made in Germany.
Recording: May, 26-28, 2008.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 60623 15632 3
- Label Code: LC06768
Performer: Anton Diabelli
Title: Notturno (Guitar Chamber Music)
Date of release: 2009
Size MP3: 1649 mb
Size FLAC: 1178 mb
Rating: 4.7 / 5
Other Formats: MP2 VQF WMA DXD ASF AUD MPC