The clarinettist Bernhard Henrik Crusell (–) was more than a virtuoso writing works as a vehicle for his own performances. His compositions are today . Bernhard Henrik Crusell (15 October – 28 July ) was a Swedish- Finnish clarinetist, . Clarinet Concerto in E-flat major, Op. 1. Movements: Allegro . Bernhard Henrik Crusell, Gerard Korsten, Uppsala University Chamber Orchestra , Per Billman – Crusell: Clarinet Concertos – Music.
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Jetzt begann Crusell ernsthaft mit dem Komponieren. Please use the dropdown buttons to set your preferred options, or use the checkbox to accept the defaults. Von bis war er der erste Klarinettist im schwedischen Hoforchester und machte sich einen Namen als einer der besten Solisten seiner Zeit.
Le mouvement lent est le mouvement le plus long et le plus profond de ses trois concertos. Welcome to Hyperion Records, an independent British classical label devoted to presenting high-quality recordings of music of all styles and from all periods from the twelfth century to the twenty-first.
In he married Margaretha Messman. The middle section explores darker minor-key regions before returning to a simple condensed repeat of the opening material. He made himself fluent in several languages and also, not surprisingly in view of his heritage, had a strong interest in literature.
Clarinet Concerto No.1, Op.1 (Crusell, Bernhard Henrik)
In many instances we will provide complete printed booklets, but please note that this is not crjsell the case. Oktober in Nystad in Finnland geboren. Unlike Spohr, and uninfluenced surprisingly by Tausch who had shocked the musical world by taking his concertos up to the fourth C, Crusell limits the upward range of his solo parts to G in alt.
Crusell here uses the chalumeau register to particularly good effect. In Stockholm, Crusell continued his studies and established himself as a clarinet soloist. The first movement of Op 11 again has three themes. The conclusion of the first movement, in the tonic major, is closer to the spirit of Haydn; it certainly dispels any impression of personal-dramatic content.
Bernhard Crusell – Wikipedia
His conservative key choice was typical of the age in which he wrote: This was indeed the case with the Opp 1 and 11 concertos.
This page was last edited on 22 December clarihet, at There follows a rondo containing three episodes. Op 1 is dedicated to Count Gustaf Trolle-Bonde — at whose mansion Crusell was a frequent guest.
Accessed 8 Crsell He studied painting in London during the s and returned to Sweden to inherit huge estates and to found an important art collection.
Crusell at the Crusell Society website. Er trat der schwedischen Gotischen Gesellschaft bei und vertonte die Gedichte vieler eminenter Literaten, die er dort kennenlernte. Inafter Jakob completed his apprenticeship, he moved to Uusikaupunki and married Helena Ylander, but she died about one year later.
The exact composition date of Op 1 is not known. After a trip to St. His grandfather, Bernhard Kruselius had learned the trade of bookbinding in Turku and Stockholmthen settled in Pori where he fathered nine children, including Crusell’s father Jakob, who also became a bookbinder. All diese Werke wurden von Peters von Leipzig herausgegeben und Crusell wurde somit der erste finnische Komponist, der sein Werk gedruckt erleben konnte.
The Count was an art connoisseur and patron.
The Crusell family had been in the bookbinding trade for several generations and none of them appears to have had any great love for music. Later that month he visited a benefactor in Leipzig, and in July he purchased a new instrument from Heinrich Grenser in Dresden. Still dissatisfied with his technique he left for Berlin to spend seven months ctusell studying with Franz Tausch, who greatly improved his tone.
Jedoch gelang es ihm irgendwie, sich ein primitives Zweiklappeninstrument zu beschaffen, mit dem er eine recht ansehnliche Spieltechnik entwickelte.
The style established by Mozart and Haydn was first transformed by Beethoven and then considerably released from its fetters by the early romantics.
The dedications of his compositions are thus not always mere courtesies but often tokens of true friendship.