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Playlist of Johann Georg Albrechtsberger

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  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger - Missa Assumptionis Beatae Mariae Virginis

    40:07

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (3 February 1736 -- 7 March 1809) was an Austrian musician.

    Work: Missa Assumptionis Beatae Mariae Virginis

    Kyrie 00:00
    Gloria 04:43
    Graduale (Motette) 13:11
    Credo 15:04
    Et Resurrexit 17:29
    Assumpta Est (Motette) 26:22
    Sanctus 29:19
    Benedictus 31:20
    Agnus Dei 34:36

    Chorus: Freiburg Cathedral Boys Choir

    Orchestra: Freiburg Philharmonic Orchestra

    Conductor: Raimund Hug

  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger - Concerto for Organ and Strings in B flat Major

    27:18

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736-1809)
    Concerto for Organ and Strings in B flat Major

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  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Konzert für Maultrommel, Mandora und Orchester F-Dur

    18:32

    I. Allegro Moderato
    II. Andante
    III. Menuett: Moderato
    IV. Finale: Allegro molto

    Fritz Mayer: Maultrommel
    Dieter Kirsch: Mandora
    Münchener Kammerorchester,
    Dirigent: Hans Stadlmaier,
    1981

    Bilder:
    Dirck van Baburen: Young Man With Jew's Harp, 1621,
    Höhe 84 mm, Breite 70,7 mm, Centraal Museum, Utrecht,
    John Moore: Jew's Harp, via Ramshorn Studio;
    Sir Peter Lely: Boy Playing a Jew’s Harp, ca.1648, via Tate Gallery;
    Krister P.: The Young Jew's Harp Player, 2011.

  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Trio in F major Op.9. No 3 I. Allegro moderato

    5:49

    Provided to YouTube by Hungaroton

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Trio in F major Op.9. No 3 I. Allegro moderato · Johann Georg Albrechtsberger · Belvedere Trio Wien

    String Trios Op.9 Nos 1-3

    ℗ 2002 HUNGARTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 2001-11-04

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  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Trio in A major Op.9. No 2 I. Allegro moderato

    4:54

    Provided to YouTube by Hungaroton

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Trio in A major Op.9. No 2 I. Allegro moderato · Johann Georg Albrechtsberger · Belvedere Trio Wien

    String Trios Op.9 Nos 1-3

    ℗ 2002 HUNGARTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 2001-11-04

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  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Trio in A major Op.9. No 2 II. Menuetto. Poco vivace

    3:31

    Provided to YouTube by Hungaroton

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Trio in A major Op.9. No 2 II. Menuetto. Poco vivace · Johann Georg Albrechtsberger · Belvedere Trio Wien

    String Trios Op.9 Nos 1-3

    ℗ 2002 HUNGARTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 2001-11-04

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  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger - Concertino in E flat major for trumpet & strings

    12:40

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (Klosterneuburg 1736 - Vienna 1809)

    Virgin and Child Enthroned with Saints by Carlo Crivelli

  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger - Keyboard Concerto in Bb major

    6:15

    Amadeus Chamber Orchestra

    Freddy Cadena, Conductor

    A. Bachchiev, Piano

  • J.G. Albrechtsberger: Concerto for alto trombone

    16:01

    trombone: Kurt Neubauer |
    conductor: František Mech | String orchestra Jesenik

    live in Jesenik / Czech Republic / 2013/11/23

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Concerto for alto trombone

    I. Allegro moderato
    II. Andante
    III. Allegro moderato

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  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Trio in F major Op.9. No 3 III. Finale. Presto

    5:42

    Provided to YouTube by Hungaroton

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Trio in F major Op.9. No 3 III. Finale. Presto · Johann Georg Albrechtsberger · Belvedere Trio Wien

    String Trios Op.9 Nos 1-3

    ℗ 2002 HUNGARTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 2001-11-04

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  • Concerto in B Flat Major for Trombone and Strings: I. Allegro moderato

    6:01

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Concerto in B Flat Major for Trombone and Strings: I. Allegro moderato · Johann Georg Albrechtsberger · Jan Willem de Vriend · Combattimento Consort Amsterdam · Jörgen van Rijen

    Sackbutt

    ℗ 2009 Channel Classics Records

    Released on: 2008-09-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Albrechtsberger: An Introduction

    4:28

    An introduction to a new video series of theory lessons I will be commencing on this channel.
    The first lesson should be online by mid June, after which uploads will be regular. At the moment I am very busy preparing for a concert of my own compositions.

    A special thanks as always to musopen.org and imslp.org for offering free public domain sheet music and recordings online.

  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger

    35:18

    Autor: Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736-1809)
    Obra: Missa Assumptionis Beatae Mariae Virginis (1802)
    Intèrprets: Freiburg Cathedral Boys Choir; Freiburg Philharmonic Orchestra; Raimund Hug

    Pintura: François Perrier (1590-1650) - Moses draws water from the Rock (c.1642)

    Comprar/Purchase:

  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger - Divertimento in F, for viola, cello, and bass

    12:37

    Live and unedited
    Josephine van Lier, cello

  • J. G. Albrechtsberger: Te Deum C-Dur

    8:54

    Provided to YouTube by iMusician Digital AG

    J. G. Albrechtsberger: Te Deum C-Dur · Ingmar Beck, Canto Arrianis, Concerto Sacro

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Te Deum

    ℗ Internationale Albrechtsbergergesellschaft

    Released on: 2019-05-09

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Prelude G Major by Johann Georg Albrechtsberger

    2:31

    Diana Zilberstein (organ)
    Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk Suidehof
    Windhoek, Namibia

  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger - Concerto for Jews Harp, Mandora and Orchestra

    18:23

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736-1809)
    Concerto for Jew's Harp, Mandora and Orchestra
    #1. 00:00
    #2. 4:39
    #3. 11:14
    #4. 15:13
    Fritz Mayr (Jew's Harp - Arpa de Boca)
    Dieter Kirsch (Mandora)
    Münchner Kammerorchester
    Hans Stadlmair (Conductor)
    I do not try to profit at all with these videos. I do not want to harm anyone. The composer, the publisher, or the corresponding persons can claim and dispose of their rights of execution at any time or request the elimination of this material.
    Yo no intento lucrar en absoluto con estos videos. No deseo perjudicar a nadie. El compositor, la editorial, o las personas correspondientes pueden reclamar y disponer de sus derechos de ejecución en cualquier momento o solicitar la eliminación de este material.

  • Albrechtsberger: Partita for Harp and Orchestra in F major

    19:32

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736 - 1809)

    Partita for Harp and Orchestra in F major (Ed. by György Gábry)

    00:0 1. I. Presto 4:06
    04:08 2. II. Adagio un poco
    12:35 3. III. Menuet
    15:38 4. IV. Finale: Allegro

    Anna Lelkes - Harp

    Györ Philharmonic Orchestra
    Conducted by János Sándor
    1987
    _

  • Albrechtsberger Recorder Guitar & Orchestra, Annette Struck Boris Bagger Allegro moderato

    3:45

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736-1809) Concertino for Recorder, Guitar & Orchestra in D major, 1st movement Allegro moderato, played by Annette Struck (recorder) Boris Bagger (guitar), - Prof. Boris Björn Bagger is teaching guitar at the university of music, Karlsruhe,
    Rundfunkorchester des Südwestfunks, Conductor: Klaus Arp

    More than 18 000 titles of sheet music & CDs available here

    edition 49 music publishing company,

    Bedeutung
    In Wien hatte Albrechtsberger viele Schüler, darunter u. a. Carl Czerny, Joseph Leopold von Eybler, Johann Nepomuk Hummel, Ignaz Moscheles, Ferdinand Ries, Franz Xaver Mozart, Johann Peter Pixis und Ignaz von Seyfried. Sein berühmtester Schüler allerdings war Ludwig van Beethoven, über den Albrechtsberger sagte: „[Er wird] nie was Ordentliches machen.

    Das kompositorische Werk Albrechtsbergers umfasst 279 Kirchenkompositionen, 278 Werke für Tasteninstrumente, 193 weltliche instrumentale Werke und noch manch anderes, so z.B. ein Konzert für Maultrommel, Streicher und Basso continuo.

    Albrechtsberger schrieb auch Kammermusik für das private Musizieren der Kaiserlichen Familie - Joseph II. spielte Violoncello und liebte Fugen.

    Es wurde jedoch nur ein kleiner Teil seiner Kompositionen gedruckt; der Großteil seines Werkes liegt in Manuskripten bei der Wiener Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde

  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger - Concerto in E a 6, Finale, Tempo Di Menuet

    5:41

    After failing to find this piece anywhere on YouTube, I decided that I absolutely had to upload it and share it with you all. This is definitely one example of the fact that Classical music most certainly is not always prim and proper! Composers back then really knew how to experiment I guess. In all seriousness though, I'd call this piece downright whacky, and more than a little amusing. Performed by a delightful little period instrument group, of which one member most definitely had a great sense of humor!

    About the instruments
    jew's harp:

    Mandora:

    About the composer:


    Enjoy!

    -uploaded in HD at

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  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger - Partita for Harp and Orchestra in F Major

    19:31

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736-1809)
    Partita for Harp and Orchestra in F Major
    #1. 00:00
    #2. 4:09
    #3. 12:36
    #4. 15:37
    Anna Lelkes (Harp)
    Gyor Philharmonic Orchestra
    Janos Sandor (Conductor)
    I do not try to profit at all with these videos. I do not want to harm anyone. The composer, the publisher, or the corresponding persons can claim and dispose of their rights of execution at any time or request the elimination of this material.
    Yo no intento lucrar en absoluto con estos videos. No deseo perjudicar a nadie. El compositor, la editorial, o las personas correspondientes pueden reclamar y disponer de sus derechos de ejecución en cualquier momento o solicitar la eliminación de este material.

  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Präludium und Fuge C-Dur

    6:29

  • Albrechtsberger Recorder Guitar & Orchestra, Annette Struck Boris Bagger Finale Allegro

    2:25

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736-1809) Concertino for Recorder, Guitar & Orchestra in D major, Finale -Allegro, played by Annette Struck (recorder) Boris Bagger (guitar), - Prof. Boris Björn Bagger is teaching guitar at the university of music, Karlsruhe,
    Rundfunkorchester des Südwestfunks, Conductor: Klaus Arp

    More than 18 000 titles of sheet music & CDs available here

    edition 49 music publishing company,

    Bedeutung
    In Wien hatte Albrechtsberger viele Schüler, darunter u. a. Carl Czerny, Joseph Leopold von Eybler, Johann Nepomuk Hummel, Ignaz Moscheles, Ferdinand Ries, Franz Xaver Mozart, Johann Peter Pixis und Ignaz von Seyfried. Sein berühmtester Schüler allerdings war Ludwig van Beethoven, über den Albrechtsberger sagte: „[Er wird] nie was Ordentliches machen.

    Das kompositorische Werk Albrechtsbergers umfasst 279 Kirchenkompositionen, 278 Werke für Tasteninstrumente, 193 weltliche instrumentale Werke und noch manch anderes, so z.B. ein Konzert für Maultrommel, Streicher und Basso continuo.

    Albrechtsberger schrieb auch Kammermusik für das private Musizieren der Kaiserlichen Familie - Joseph II. spielte Violoncello und liebte Fugen.

    Es wurde jedoch nur ein kleiner Teil seiner Kompositionen gedruckt; der Großteil seines Werkes liegt in Manuskripten bei der Wiener Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde

  • Albrechtsberger: Concerto for Organ and Strings in B flat major

    27:25

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736 - 1809)

    Concerto for Organ and Strings in B flat major (Ed. by László Somfai)

    00:00 1 I. Allegro Moderato
    07:00 2 II. Adagio
    19:43 3 III. Finale: Allegro

    Gábor Lehotka - Organ

    Budapest Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra
    Conducted by Frigyes Sándor
    1987
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  • Johann G. Albrechtsberger - Harp Concerto in C Major - Part I - Allegro moderato

    6:50

    Johann G. Albrechtsberger (1736-1809) - Harp Concerto in C Major
    Part I - Allegro moderato

  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger. Fugue in C major for string quartet

    6:22

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger

    Fugue in C major for string quartet

    I. Andantino 00:00
    II, Fuga - Allegro moderato 02:53

    Camerata Bern
    Thomas Füri, violin and conductor

    Recorded in 2/1983, in Bern

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  • Albrechtsberger - Divertimento No. 2 in C major

    13:40

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736~1809)

    Divertimento No. 2 in C major (1777)

    00:02 I. Allegro molto
    03:01 II. Menuetto
    06:02 III. Andante ma non molto
    09:35 IV. Menuetto : Vivace
    12:06 V. Finale : Allegro

    Flute : Pál Németh
    Violin : Piroska Vitárius
    Viola : Miklós Csikós
    Cello : Ottó Nagy

  • Präludien No. 1 by Johann Georg Albrechtsberger

    1:41

    Composer: Albrechtsberger, Johann Georg
    Title: Präludien No. 1
    Info: 12 Neue leichte Präludien, IJA 19
    Year: 1783
    Arranged by Eric Burger
    Please contact me if you are interested in this work or any other of my compositions.

  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Trio in F major Op.9. No 3 II. Menuetto

    5:10

    Provided to YouTube by Hungaroton

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Trio in F major Op.9. No 3 II. Menuetto · Johann Georg Albrechtsberger · Belvedere Trio Wien

    String Trios Op.9 Nos 1-3

    ℗ 2002 HUNGARTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 2001-11-04

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  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger - Concerto in B flat Major for Trombon and Strings

    14:24

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736-1809)
    Concerto in B flat Major for Trombon and Strings

  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger, Quartet C-major op. 20 No 5

    12:10

    Live recording of the concert at Kunsthalle Rostock, 18th of March, 2012
    Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany

  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Trio in A major Op.9. No 2 III. Adagio

    2:34

    Provided to YouTube by Hungaroton

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Trio in A major Op.9. No 2 III. Adagio · Johann Georg Albrechtsberger · Belvedere Trio Wien

    String Trios Op.9 Nos 1-3

    ℗ 2002 HUNGARTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 2001-11-04

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  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger - Konzert in D Dur fur Mandora, Maultrommel und Streicher

    4:09

  • Mozart, Werner, Albrechtsberger élőben a Müpából

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    Mozart: Sancta Maria, mater Dei, K. 273
    Albrechtsberger: Domine, secundum actum meum (első előadás a 18. század óta)
    Werner: c-moll Requiem, 1763 (első előadás a 18. század óta)

    Mozart: Ave verum corpus, K. 618
    Mozart: Requiem, K. 626

    Vashegyi György és két együttese, a Purcell Kórus, valamint az Orfeo Zenekar soron következő bérleti hangversenyén ismét a tőlük megszokott különlegességekkel örvendeztetik meg az érdeklődőket. Mozart Sancta Maria című motettáján, és az örök érvényű Requiemen kívül két magyar vonatkozású jelenkori világbemutatót is hallhat a közönség: Johann Georg Albrechtsberger Domine, secundum actum meum kezdetű nagyheti responzóriuma és Gregor Joseph Werner c-moll Requiemje hangzik majd el.

    A budapesti Országos Széchényi Könyvtár állományában őrzött Esterházy-gyűjtemény hatalmas, feldolgozatlan kéziratos kottaarchívumából származó két mű közül az egyik szerzője Johann Georg Albrechtsberger. Mint korának híres orgonistája és zenetanára, két éven át Győrben, az orsolyita templomban, majd élete jelentős részében Bécsben, II. József császár udvarában,1792-től pedig haláláig a Szent István-székesegyház karnagyaként működött. A koncerten a Domine, secundum actum meum kezdetű nagyheti responzóriuma hangzik el. Gregor Joseph Werner az est másik, szintén ritkán játszott zeneszerzője, aki életének utolsó, hosszú szakaszában az Esterházy udvar zenekarának karmestereként szolgált, közvetlenül megelőzve Joseph Haydnt e poszton. Werner Der gute Hirt című oratóriumát Vashegyi György együttesei 2019. január 8-án mutatták be a Zeneakadémia nagytermében, most pedig 1763-ban született c-moll Requiemjét hallhatja a Müpa közönsége. Bár e mű kisebb léptékű, mint Mozart Requiemje, annak méltó párjaként csendül fel a hangversenyen. A mű modern gondolkodású, az ellenpontban igen jártas zeneszerzőről tesz tanúbizonyságot. A koncerten elhangzó két jelenkori világbemutató modern partitúráját a korabeli kéziratok alapján Pintér Ágnes, a Purcell Kórus tagja készítette el.

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    Mozart: Sancta Maria, mater Dei, K. 273
    Albrechtsberger: Domine, secundum actum meum (first performance since the 18th century)
    Werner: Requiem in C minor (first performance of the 1763 piece since the 18th century)

    Mozart: Ave verum corpus, K. 618
    Mozart: Requiem, K. 626

    In their next subscription concert, György Vashegyi and his two ensembles, the Purcell Choir and Orfeo Orchestra, will once again delight visitors with their familiar brand of musical rarities. In addition to Mozart's motet Sancta Maria and his timeless Requiem, the audience will get to hear the modern world premières of two pieces with connections to Hungary: Johann Georg Albrechtsberger's Holy Week responsory Domine, secundum actum meum and Gregor Joseph Werner's Requiem in C minor.

    The composer of one of the two works originating from the enormous collection of unprocessed manuscript scores from the Esterházy collection kept at Budapest's National Széchenyi Library is Johann Georg Albrechtsberger. As a renowned organist and music teacher of his era, he worked at the Ursuline Church in Győr for two years and later went on to spend a significant part of his life in Vienna, working in the court of Emperor Joseph II and, from 1792 until his death, as the kapellmeister at Saint Stephen's Cathedral. The concert will feature a performance of his Holy Week responsory Domine, secundum actum meum. The other infrequently played composer to be included tonight is Gregor Joseph Werner, who through the long final phase of his life served as the conductor of the Esterházy court orchestra, directly preceding Joseph Haydn in the position. Vashegyi's ensembles presented Werner's oratorio Der gute Hirt in the grand hall of the Franz Liszt Academy of Music on 8 January 2019, and this time around it will be his Requiem in C minor from 1763 that the Müpa Budapest will get to hear. Although the work is smaller in scale than Mozart's Requiem, it will serve as a worthy match to it at this concert. The work is modern in its outlook, attesting to the composer's great mastery of counterpoint. The modern scores for these two pieces receiving their modern premières were created from the original manuscripts by Purcell Choir member Ágnes Pintér.

  • Improvised Prelude and Fugue on a Theme of Albrechtsberger

    10:44

    Dr. John Mortensen improvises a prelude and fugue at the Classical Keyboard Improvisation Symposium in 2017. The fugue subject is from Beethoven's teacher Albrechtsberger.

  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger Konzert für Altposaune

    6:45

    Posaune: Pascal Morgenstern

  • Albrechtsberger Concerto - 1 Allegro moderato

    6:31

    Concerto for Alto Trombone and Orchestra by Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736-1809)
    Laureates Concert of the Prague Spring Competition, 1982
    Carl Lenthe

  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger - Concerto - Zeljka Milosevic

    4:54

  • Aria di Passione Domine - Johann Georg Albrechtsberger

    8:10

    Primer Recital de Titulación de Edgardo Jímenez Orozco. Facultad de Música de la Universidad Veracruzana

  • Concertino in D - - Johann Albrechtsberger - 1st Movement

    3:22

  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Präludium

    1:32

    Provided to YouTube by Zebralution GmbH

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Präludium · Alois Forer

    Ave Maria

    ℗ 1999 Elite Special

    Released on: 1999-11-15

    Composer: Albrechtsberger
    Music Publisher: n/a

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  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Trio in C major Op.9. No 1 II. Menuetto. Vivace

    2:43

    Provided to YouTube by Hungaroton

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Trio in C major Op.9. No 1 II. Menuetto. Vivace · Johann Georg Albrechtsberger · Belvedere Trio Wien

    String Trios Op.9 Nos 1-3

    ℗ 2002 HUNGARTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 2001-11-04

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  • Albrechtsberger Johann Georg - String Quartet in C major Op 7 No 4 - Allegro moderato

    5:55

    Albrechtsberger Johann Georg (1736-1809) - String Quartet in C major Op 7 No 4 - Allegro moderato
    Performer: Csilla Vályi, Zsolt Kallo, Balázs Bozzai, Gábor Rác
    Orchestra/Ensemble: Authentic String Quartet
    Mozart's successor Haydn's friend Beethoven's teacher

  • J.G.Albrechtsberger - Te Invocamus

    2:37

    Video by Elton Jansevskis on March 2013.
    JMMS boys' choir's performance while on tour Brazil during the concert of the City Council of Nova Odessa city.

  • Justus Ut Palma - Johann Georg Albrechtsberger

    3:07

    The Chandler-Gilbert Community College Community Chorale presents Justus Ut Palma, performed November 3, 2011 at the Arnette Scott Ward Performing Arts Center.

  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger : Preludio g-Moll & Fuga g-Moll über »B-a-c-h«

    6:59

    Rassegna organistica valmaggese 2008

    3. 7. 2008
    Pfarrkirche von Cavergno
    6690 Cavergno (CH)

    Silva Manfrè, Orgel

    Orgel:
    Giuseppe Vedani (19. Jh., Varese, IT)



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  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger - Concerto for Trombone & Violin -3- Finale - Allegro Moderato

    2:45

    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (3 February 1736 – 7 March 1809)was an Austrian musician and composer.

    Albrechtsberger was born at Klosterneuburg, near Vienna. He originally studied music at Melk Abbey and philosophy at a Benedictine seminary in Vienna and became one of the most learned and skillful contrapuntists of his age. Albrechtsberger's earliest classmates included Michael Haydn and Franz Joseph Aumann. After being employed as organist at Raab in 1755 and Maria Taferl in 1757, he was appointed Thurnermeister back at Melk Abbey. In 1772 he was appointed organist to the court of Vienna, and in 1792 Kapellmeister of St. Stephen's Cathedral.

    His fame as a theorist attracted to him in the Austrian capital a large number of pupils, some of whom afterwards became eminent musicians. Among these were Johann Nepomuk Hummel, Ignaz Moscheles, Josef Weigl (1766–1846), Ludwig-Wilhelm Tepper de Ferguson (1768 – after 1824), Antonio Casimir Cartellieri, Ludwig van Beethoven, Anton Reicha and Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart. See: List of music students by teacher: A to B #Johann Georg Albrechtsberger. Beethoven had arrived in Vienna in 1792 to study with Joseph Haydn but quickly became infuriated when his work was not being given attention or corrected. Haydn recommended his friend Albrechtsberger, with whom Beethoven then studied harmony and counterpoint. On completion of his studies, the young student noted, Patience, diligence, persistence, and sincerity will lead to success, which reflects upon Albrechtsberger's own compositional philosophy.

    When Beethoven was finished studying with Albrechtsberger he decided to get a few more tips and pointers, so to speak, from Haydn. From there Beethoven possibly studied with Antonio Salieri, but this is unknown as a fact. It is also quite possible that Beethoven went off on his own to make a living, and only then returned after he had a stable career.

    Albrechtsberger died in Vienna; his grave is in St. Marx cemetery.

  • Albrechtsberger Concerto

    7:57

    Michael Mulcahy and Yoko Yamada-Selvaggio perform the Albrechtsberger Concerto for Alto Trombone, June 2012. This performance was part of his solo recital, which is presented annually during the week-long summer trombone masterclass series held at Northwestern University. Those interested in auditioning for the 2013 masterclass series should visit for additional information.

  • Rorate coeli - Johann Georg Albrechtsberger

    2:47

    Christmette im Rottenburger Dom, 24. Dezember 2010
    Rottenburger Domsingknaben, Leitung: Domkantor Peter Lorenz

    Rorate, coeli, desuper,
    et nubet pluant istum:
    aperiatur terra
    et germinet Salvatorem.

    (Tauet, ihr Himmel, von oben!
    Ihr Wolken, regnet herab den Gerechten!
    Tu dich auf, o Erde,
    und sprosse den Heiland hervor!)

    Coeli enarrant gloriam Dei:
    et opera manuum eius annuntiat firmamentum.

    (Die Himmel rühmen die Herrlichkeit Gottes,
    vom Werk seiner Hände kündet das Firmament.)

  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Trio in A major Op.9. No 2 IV. Finale. Moderato

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    Johann Georg Albrechtsberger: Trio in A major Op.9. No 2 IV. Finale. Moderato · Johann Georg Albrechtsberger · Belvedere Trio Wien

    String Trios Op.9 Nos 1-3

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    Released on: 2001-11-04

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