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Friedrich Kuhlau in the mirror of his flute works
|Statement||Arndt Mehring ; edited by Jane Rausch ; translated from the German by Laszlo and Doris Tikos|
|Series||Detroit monographs in musicology/Studies in music -- no. 27|
|Contributions||Rausch, Jane M., 1940-|
|LC Classifications||ML410.K96 M4413 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 103 p. :|
|Number of Pages||103|
|LC Control Number||00035047|
Whatever his reasons were, modern flute players are the beneficiaries of Kuhlau’s peculiar choice of instrumentation. His contribution to the flute ensemble repertoire is unique and substantial. Kuhlau suffered the loss of his home when it burned down in , the year before his death. The blaze destroyed all of his unpublished manuscripts. [ PDF] - Friedrich Daniel Rudolf Kuhlau (Septem ? Ma ) was a German-Danish composer during the Classical and Romantic periods. Born in Germany, after losing his right eye in a street accident at the age of seven, he studied piano in Hamburg. His father, grandfather, and uncle were military oboists. Even though Kuhlau was born to a poor family, his parents managed to pay.
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Friedrich Kuhlau in the mirror of his flute works. Warren, MI: Harmonie Park Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Friedrich Kuhlau; Friedrich Kuhlau; Friedrich Kuhlau; Friedrich Kuhlau; Friedrich Kuhlau; Friedrich Kuhlau: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Arndt Mehring; Jane M Rausch.
Friedrich Kuhlau is generally remembered for his piano music, particularly because of its pedagogical value. His sonatas and sonatinas are not difficult and offer musical an excellent training ground for the more challenging works of his music can also stand on its own, as his Piano Concerto in C, fromand many other solo keyboard works amply demonstrate.
Misc. Notes "Since Kuhlau did send his Trio, Op. 90 to Mainz in " - from a recent book "Friedrich Kuhlau in the mirror of his Flute Works"Composer: Kuhlau, Friedrich. Friedrich Daniel Rudolf Kuhlau (11 September – 12 March ) was a German-Danish composer during the Classical and Romantic periods.
He was a central figure of the Danish Golden Age. He is immortalized in Danish cultural history through his music for Elverhøj, the first true work of Danish National Romanticism and a concealed tribute to the absolute monarchy. Friedrich Kuhlau is generally remembered for his piano music, particularly because of its pedagogical value.
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Show all works by Kuhlau Hide all works by Kuhlau. All Works: Kuhlau. Adagio e Rondo for Piano 4‐hands, Variations for Flute and Piano on an Irish Folksong, Op. (2) Violin Sonata in A minor. 3 Fantaisies for Solo Flute, Op (Kuhlau, Friedrich) 3 Fantaisies, Op (Kuhlau, Friedrich) Fantasy and Variations, Op (Kuhlau, Friedrich) Works edited by: Kuhlau, Friedrich.
The following 1 pages are in this category, out of 1 total. Canon à 4, WoO 20 (Gerson, Georg). Friedrich Kuhlau - Trio e -moll für Drei Flöten Opus 86 Nr.1 Allegro - Scherzo - Larghetto - Rondo Flute Trio, Three flutes Sojeong Son Jihye Kim Yu-cheng Hsu.
Free printable flute sheet music and accompaniment tracks for pieces by Friedrich Kuhlau. Best known for his piano works from the Classical and Romantic periods, German-born, Danish composer Friedrich Kuhlau (–) is universally recognized as a master of the sonatina form.
His entire collection of nineteen highly accessible Reviews: 8. By Daniel Friedrich Kuhlau. Flute Book. Born and schooled in Germany, Kuhlau fled to Copenhagen when Hamburg was invaded by Napoleon's army. Although best known for his piano sonatas and sonatinas, he first composed and published vocal works and pieces for flute and piano.
Kuhlau was not actually able to play the flute, but with his musical. [58 PDF + 14 MP3 + 8 MIDI] - Friedrich Daniel Rudolf Kuhlau (Septem. Ma ) was a German-Danish composer during the Classical and Romantic periods. Born in Germany, after losing his right eye in a street accident at the age of seven, he studied piano in Hamburg.
His father, grandfather, and uncle were military oboists. Even though Kuhlau was born to a poor family, his. His flute works are also of generally high quality, featuring fine writing that demonstrates a grasp of the instrument's expressive range.
Kuhlau wrote operas and other dramatic works, most of which are finely crafted; the best of them fully on the level of his piano music. Friedrich Kuhlau was born in the North German town of Uelzen, near. Friedrich Kuhlau in the Mirror of His Flute Works (review) () Friedrich Kuhlau in the Mirror of His Flute Works.
found throughout the book, but only about a third of the flute. But little attention has been paid to Friedrich Kuhlau, who lived from toand who wrote operas, singspiels, concertos, piano sonatas and a great deal of music for flute.
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KUHLAU: Trios for 3 Flutes: The German-born composer Friedrich Kuhlau settled in Copenhagen, where he made a name for himself in spite of continuing financial problems. Although not a flautist himself, he is known in particular for his considerable contribution to flute repertoire, of which the present trios for three flutes are an example.
Discover the best - Kuhlau, Friedrich in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Music Best Sellers. Friedrich Kuhlau was a German-Danish composer, who was mostly known internationally for his chamber music works, but in Denmark he was famous for his music for the play Elverhøj by Johan Ludvig Heiberg.
After receiving music lessons in piano, flute, violin and cello in Hamburg, Kuhlau moved to Copenhagen in where he had his first concert at the Royal Danish Theatre. Kuhlau: Violin Sonatas Vol. 1 Duo Åstrand/Salo: Christina Åstrand (violin) & Per Salo (piano) The playing on the new Dacapo disc is admirably clean, flexible and responsive, both to .KUHLAU, Friedrich, a musician of some distinction in his day.
He was born of poor parents at Uelzen in Hanover, March 13 [App. p "Sept. 11"],and had the misfortune to lose an eye at an early age. The loss did not however quench his ardour for music.Six divertissements: for flute and piano: op.
68 by Friedrich Kuhlau () editions published between and in 5 languages and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.