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The fruitful activity of these and many other Grutzmacher pupils greatly helped spread the best principles of the Dresden school, which tried to combine perfect technique and musicality of playing, to free the concert repertoire of drawing-room compositions, to unite solo, chamber and orchestral playing, to bring teaching and practical requirements as close together as possible, and to develop rational methods.
At the same time, from the beginning of the second half of the century, questions of the artistic interpretation of this music became increasingly prominent. While he was in Leipzig, Dotzauer played in the Gewandhaus orchestra until The position of the left hand is also close to the contemporary- specifically violoncello. A classical style of performance, great and noble tone, and virtuosity were the highlights of his playing, but he was a stranger to the lighter and more brilliant bowing technique of the French and Belgian schools.
They all described Grutzmacher as a performer with a fine command of the instrument’s technique fingerboard technique in particulargood musical taste and excelling as a chamber musician. We’ll instantly send an email containing product info and a link to it.
Dotzauer violoncello method (Musical score, ) 
Close X Tell A Friend. The E-mail message field is required. Now outdated, concert works for the cello reflect the romantic tendencies of merhod period.
Sor – Six divertissements pour la guitare Opus 1. Differentiating between the sound requirements of a soloist and an orchestral or chamber musician, Dotzauer wrote: Grutzmacher’s interest in the artistic values of pre-classical, classical and romantic violoncello music, as well his performing style are evidence of the so-called “academic” tendency in the history of the art of the cello that evolved in the final quarter of the 19th century as a reaction to the degeneration of the romantic virtuoso trend.
Finding libraries that hold this item For many years he headed the Dresden Musical Society. But the main thing about him is his elegiac playing; how wonderfully Kummer can reveal it, and how often he brings the listener to this mood Bach-instructed Dotzauer in music theory and elementary composition.
By howra27 Mar at Kummer played in the Quartet along with F.
Bach and the gamba concerto by Tartini. Inhe succeeded Dotzauer as principal violoncellist in the court chapel, and remained there until his retirement in when his 50th anniversary was festively celebrated. Karl Davydov had a very high opinion dotzauet Haussmann, and dedicated the first piece of the series, Silhouettes Op.
He warns the cellist accompanist to refrain from superfluous embellishments and passages-the sin of many musicians of the time -which distracted listeners’ attention from the vocal part. When the boy was very young, his father was invited to the Dresden meghod chapel, and the family moved to Dresden. The force serving this aim is within the artist himself; it is the product of his ecllo and is manifest in its highest purity and nobility only when it radiates unadorned, natural simplicity.
Leave it blank if you wish to appear as “Anonymous”. The chapter on performance in the Catechism is evidence of Schroder’s progressive esthetic ideas. Among Haussmann’s editions of classical music, his edition methof the Bach suites for solo cello deserves special notice, as it is distinguished for its closeness to the original text.
Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. The young cellist’s popularity grew rapidly, and when in soloist Bernhard Cossmann, professor of the conservatoire and the leading pupil of Kummer, left Leipzig for Weimar, Grutzmacher succeeded him.
Romberg, then at the height of his creative activity, also undoubtedly exercised a certain influence.
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Kummer was also an excellent chamber musician. Dotzauer, Justus Johann Friedrich – I am a music teacher.