Christoph Henkel, Martin Ostertag. Cours méthodique de duos, for 2 cellos, Op. 54. 10. Allegro. Christoph Henkel, Martin Ostertag.
Titles and notes in German, English and French. on a vertical red band along the edge of the front sleeve. Matrix, Runout (Runout side 1, stamped): 45770 - A1. Matrix, Runout (Runout side 2, stamped): 45770 - B1. Rights Society (Side 2 only): GEMA. Rights Society (Side 2 only): STEMRA.
Christoph Förster (30 November 1693 – 6 December 1745) was a German composer of the baroque period. Christoph Förster (spelled Johann Christoph Friedrich in his death register) was born in Bibra, Thuringia as the son of council treasurer Christian Förster who gave him his first musical instruction in singing and playing on various instruments. He began organ studies with local organist Johann Philipp Pitzler, with whom he traveled.
Performed by Christoph Heesch (cello). The concert will take place with the amicable support of the Senate and Ministry of Culture of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg. Born in Berlin in 1995, Christoph Heesch began playing the cello at the age of six with Andreas Weller. In 2005 he enrolled in the t for Gifted Children of the Universität der Künste (UdK) in Berlin. He was taught by Professor Matias de Oliveira Pinto.
Albums by Christoph Henkel. Classical Cello Hits.
By Max Bruch - SWR Symphony Orchestra, Martin Ostertag & Michael Boder. 2. Suite No. 1 in G Major for Solo Cello, BWV 1007: I. Prelude. By Johann Sebastian Bach - Torleif Thedéen. 3. 2 in D Minor for Solo Cello, BWV 1008: II. Allemande. Sonata No. 1 in E Minor for Cello and Piano, Op. 38: I. Allegro non troppo. By Johannes Brahms - Elisabeth Westenholz & Christoph Henkel.