Kreutzer & Garnier: Oboe Concertos. Kreutzer & Garnier: Oboe Concertos.
Claude Villevieille, Jan Kolár. Record Label Koch Schwann, 3-1475-2 H1. Year of production 1994. Rodolphe Kreutzer Concerto For Oboe and Chamber Orchestra. 3. Rondo Allegretto. Joseph François Garnier Sinfonia concertante No. 2 for 2 Oboes and Chamber Orchestra. 5. 2. Joseph François Garnier Concerto for Oboe and Chamber Orchestra. Joseph François Garnier Sinfonia concertante For 2 Oboes And Chamber Orchestra (Fragment). 11.
Complete your Rodolphe Kreutzer, Joseph François Garnier, Claude Villevieille, Jan Kolár, Talich Chamber Orchestra collection.
Oboist Claude Villevieille is largely responsible for the reintroduction of Garnier's concert works into the public awareness. Villevieille has said that Garnier may be considered "the first French theorist of the instrument". His son, also named Joseph François (1796-1865), was a medical doctor and mayor of Neuilly (1843-1848). Garnier died in Paris on 31 March 1825. Oboes Concertoes, avec Claude Villevielle et Jan Kolar, 1994, rééd. Koch Schwann ASIN: B00002620Z. Quintet pour hautbois , in Quatuors et quintets avec hautbois, Garnier, Rava, Kreutzer, Philidor, Toeschi; avec Jean-Pierre Arnaud, Quatuor Altaïr, 1998, Koch Schwann ASIN: B000001SXD.
Concertos Pour Hautbois (Oboenkonzerte - Oboe Concertos). This album was released on the label Koch Schwann (catalog number 3-6410-2). This album was released in 1996 year.
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Album · 1988 · 18 Songs. Oboe Concerto in D minor, Op. 8, No. 9, RV 454: II. Largo.
Kreutzer was born in Versailles, and was initially taught by his father, who was a musician in the royal chapel, with later lessons from Anton Stamitz. He became one of the foremost violin virtuosi of his day, appearing as a soloist until 1810. After hearing him play the violin in Vienna, Ludwig van Beethoven dedicated his Violin Sonata No. 9 (the Kreutzer, 1803) to him. For a time he was leader of the Paris Opera, and from 1817 conducted there. He was a violin professor at the Paris Conservatoire from its foundation in 1795 until 1826. Kreutzer died in Geneva. Kreutzer's compositions include nineteen violin concertos and around forty operas. He is best known today, however, for the 42 études ou caprices (1796), which are used as fundamenal pedagogic studies.