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Playlist of Johann Nepomuk David

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  • J. N. Hummel 1/2 Trumpet concerto in E-flat major

    9:42

    Johann Nepomuk Hummel : Concerto pour trompette en mi bémol majeur - 1/2 (Trumpet concerto in E-flat major), 1er mouvement.
    I. Allegro con spirito
    ( J. N. Hummel 2/2 Trumpet concerto in E-flat major : )
    David Guerrier : trompette (trumpet)
    Peter Csaba : Chef d'orchestre (director)
    Orchestre : Sinfonia Varsovia
    La folle journée de Nantes, 2005 (France) :

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  • Johann Nepomuk David: Es ist ein Schnitter, heißt der Tod

    21:30

    Es ist ein Schnitter, heißt der Tod (Dies irae) - Johann Nepomuk David (1895-1977)
    Anton Heiller (1923-1979) plays the Flentrop organ (1968) in De Doelen, Rotterdam
    Live recording concert 1975
    With special thanks to Henk G. van Putten for making this recording available

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  • Johann Nepomuk David Symphony No.8

    25:22

    Johann Nepomuk David, Symphony No.8 (1964-65)
    Munich Philharmonic, Karol Stryja (Conductor)
    Painting by Vincent Van Vogh

  • Johann Nepomuk David: Partita Erhalt uns Herr ... Choralwerk I, 3, gespielt von Roman Summereder

    3:21

    Roman Summereder spielt Orgelwerke von Johann Nepomuk David: Kleine Partita Erhalt uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort Choralwerk I, Nr. 3. Gespielt an der David-Orgel der Christuskirche Wels / OÖ.

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  • Johann Nepomuk David Symphony No. 2

    46:16

    Johann Nepomuk DAVID (1895-1977)
    Symphony No. 2 op. 20 (1938)
    1. Adagio - Allegro impetuoso
    2. Largo e cantabile
    3. Scherzo
    4. Andante
    Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Stuttgart / Rolf Reinhardt

  • Johann Nepomuk David

    9:24

    Johann Nepomuk David (1895-1977):
    Fantasia super „L'homme armé
    (1929)

    Gabriel Isenberg
    an der Orgel in St. Bonifatius Neuenkirchen
    (Hermann Eule Orgelbau, Bautzen 1998)

    Infos zur Orgel:
    Aufnahme: © Gabriel Isenberg, 25.10.2011 (live)
    Foto: © Gabriel Isenberg, 2010


    ********************************************************************************­********
    Johann Nepomuk David greift in seiner Fantasia die bekannte Chanson „L'homme armé aus dem 15. Jahrhundert auf. Dieser Cantus firmus zählt zu den bekanntesten Melodien der europäischen Renaissance und wurde in unzähligen Werken der Musikgeschichte verwendet, angefangen bei Guillaume Dufays Messe „L'homme armé (Mitte des 15. Jhds.).
    David verarbeitet das Thema mit seinem markanten, umgekehrt punktierten Rhythmus in verschiedenen Abschnitten im kontrapunktischen Stil: Nach der Einleitung „langsam, aber äußerst rhythmisch erscheint das Thema zunächst im Pedal; nach einer choralartigen Passage „still und feierlich wird das Thema im Pedal erneut mit drei weiteren, motivisch an das Thema angelehnten Stimmen im organo pleno kombiniert. Es folgt ein dreistimmiger Kanon mit leicht veränderter Themengestalt und freier vierter Stimme. Im fugierten Schlussteil tritt das Thema im Pedal zu den expositionsartig geführten Oberstimmen hinzu und schließt im „Generaltutti der Orgel. Die erweiterte Tonalität seiner Komposition verliert nie den Bezug zum Grundton D. Während die strenge kontrapunktische Verarbeitung im Kleinen teilweise spröde wirkt, überzeugt der dramaturgische Aufbau des Gesamtwerks durch große Spannungsbögen in der David eigenen Tonsprache und stellt somit eine gelungene Verbindung zwischen Cantus-firmus-Vorlage und der Tonsprache des 20. Jahrhunderts her.

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  • Totentanz uit Es ist ein Schnitter heißt der Tod - Johann Nepomuk David

    7:13

    Fred Sollie op het Schnitgerorgel in de Grote Kerk te Zwolle. Concert 20 januari 1981. Live-opname van Henk Stoel.

  • Johann Nepomuk David - Sonate für zwei Violinen

    11:31

    Lukas David - Imge Tilif , Violine
    Rundfunk Berlin Brandenburg
    Berlin, 2004

  • Es ist ein Schnitter, heisst der Tod Partita för Orgel

    24:11

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Es ist ein Schnitter, heisst der Tod Partita för Orgel · Gotthard Arnér

    Gotthard Arnér spelar Scheidt, Sløgedal och L. Nielsen samt Johann Nepomuk David

    ℗ 2014 Proprius

    Released on: 2014-06-01

    Artist: Gotthard Arnér
    Composer: Johann Nepomuk David

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Johann Nepomuk David Bach-Variationen

    18:30

    Johann Nepomuk DAVID (1895-1977)
    Variationen über ein Thema von Johann Sebastian Bach, op. 29a (1942)
    (“Was bist du denn, o Seele, so betrübet?”)
    Sinfonieorchester des NDR / Carl Gorvin

  • Johann Nepomuk David Symphony No. 4

    27:50

    Johann Nepomuk DAVID (1895-1977)
    Symphony No. 4 op. 39 (1945)
    3 movements (?)
    Symphonie-Orchester des ORF / Leopold Hager

  • Johann Nepomuk David - Es Ist ein Schnitter Heisst der Tod

    24:52

    This 7-movement piece combines an old German folk song with Dies Irae to present a fateful view of life that seems to me in keeping with everything happening around the world in 2020. The translation of the folk song is:

    There is a Reaper called Death with authority from the highest God. Today he sharpens his blade; it cuts so much better. Soon he will cut with it; we can only suffer. Beware, pretty little flowers.

    The first movement presents this theme in the lowest voice and the next three movements elaborate on the theme. Movement five switches to Dies Irae, Day of Wrath -- a famous Gregorian chant tone, and movement six explores the Dies Irae melody but ultimately combines it with the Schnitter Tod theme. Movement seven closes out the piece with a tranquil yet ultimately unsettling restatement of the original theme.

    David wrote this piece in memory of a close friend and fellow musician, who was -- as far as I can tell -- conscripted into the German army and killed in the Battle of Stalingrad. This makes his choice of themes, and indeed the unsettled-ness of this piece, very understandable. He is calling out to the humanity in all of us to not turn a blind eye to the sufferings and injustice of the world, but to be present in that pain.

    I recorded this piece as if in a live concert; I didn't do retakes to clean up mistakes as I believe that can diminish the performance's ability to communicate to its listeners. I hope you will take the time to sit back and experience this piece in its entirety. But if you prefer to skip around and sample the movements, here are the markers for each of them:

    0:00 - Movement 1
    2:15 - Movement 2
    4:37 - Movement 3
    5:45 - Movement 4
    10:05 - Movement 5
    12:50 - Movement 6
    22:45 - Movement 7

    This piece was recorded on the Palace of Arts, Budapest sample set in Hauptwerk using one of the built-in convolution reverbs.

    EDIT: Here’s a link to another video where I talk about the piece in some detail: Johann Nepomuk David's piece Es ist ein Schnitter heisst der Tod - a pre-concert talk

  • Johann Nepomuk David -- Deutsche Messe, op42

    6:44

    Johann Nepomuk David -- Deutsche Messe, op42

    1. Kyrie 00:00
    2. Gloria 02:20
    3. Sanctus 03:48
    4. Agnus Dei 05:24

    Cantores Carmeli, Linz, Austria
    Michael Stenov, conductor

  • Johann Nepomuk David Deutsche Tänze

    8:00

    Johann Nepomuk DAVID (1895-1977)
    Deutsche Tänze, Variationen über ein eigenes Thema (1953)
    (Andante con grazia - Im gleichen Zeitmaß, Musette -
    Wiener Walzer - Moderato)
    Münchner Kammerorchester / Hans Stadlmair

  • Johann Nepomuk David Schütz-Variationen

    15:58

    Johann Nepomuk DAVID (1895-1977)
    Sinfonische Variationen über ein Thema Schütz, op. 29b (1942)
    Philharmonia Hungarica / Reinhard Peters

  • Johann Nepomuk David Concerto No. 2

    13:37

    Johann Nepomuk DAVID (1895-1977)
    Concerto No. 2 for string orchestra op. 40/2 (1951)
    3 movements
    Münchner Kammerorchester / Hans Stadlmair

  • Johann Nepomuk David Symphony No. 5

    33:52

    Johann Nepomuk DAVID (1895-1977)
    Symphony No. 5 op.41 (1951)
    1. Adagio - Allegro
    2. Adagio
    3. Scherzo
    4. Alla breve
    Sinfonieorchester des Südwestfunks Baden-Baden / Erich Schmid
    Live performance, 28 June 1980

  • Johann Nepomuk David Sinfonia breve

    21:33

    Johann Nepomuk DAVID (1895-1977)
    Sinfonia breve op. 47 (1955)
    1. Andante con moto
    2. Adagio
    3. Allegro
    Hamburger Rundfunkorchester / Klaus Bernbacher

  • Johann Nepomuk David - Ezzolied

    42:16

    Johann Nepomuk David - Ezzolied
    Oratorium, Werk 51
    ________________________________________

    Choir – Motettenchor Pforzheim
    Conductor – Rolf Schweizer
    Orchestra – Badische Philharmonie Karlsruhe
    Organ – Wolfgang Dallmann
    Soprano Vocals – Christiane Baumann, Ute Frühhaber
    Bass Vocals – Albrecht Ostertag
    _________________________________________________
    Konzertmitschnitte im Rahmen des 2. Internationalen Davidfestes 1980 (Stadtkirche Pforzheim am 28. Juni u. 05. Juli 1980)

  • Johann Nepomuk David: Partita Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen, gespielt von Roman Summereder

    5:30

    Roman Summereder spielt Orgelwerke von Johann Nepomuk David: Partita Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen (1955). Gespielt an der David-Orgel der Christuskirche Wels / OÖ.

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  • Johann Nepomuk David Symphony No. 7

    28:54

    Johann Nepomuk DAVID (1895-1977)
    Symphony No. 7 op. 49 (1956)
    1. Andante - Allegro
    2. Scherzo
    3. Andante - Allegro capriccioso
    Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Stuttgart / Hans Müller-Kray
    Live performance

  • Johann Nepomuk Davids piece Es ist ein Schnitter heisst der Tod - a pre-concert talk

    10:20

    I'll be recording this piece in a few weeks but wanted to provide some background for anyone interested. I hope that you'll take the time to listen to this entire talk before experiencing the piece.

    EDIT: Here’s the link to the recording of the full piece: Johann Nepomuk David - Es Ist ein Schnitter Heisst der Tod

  • Johann Nepomuk David Sinfonia per archi

    19:00

    Johann Nepomuk DAVID (1895-1977)
    Sinfonia per archi op. 54 (1959)
    1. Allegro moderato
    2. Moderato ma leggiero
    Münchner Kammerorchester / Hans Stadlmair

  • J.N. David - String Trio No. 1

    12:22

    Johann Nepomuk David (1895-1977), austrian composer.
    .
    String Trio No. 1 in G major , op. 33 (1945)
    Trio Nr. 1 op. 33 Nr. 1: Nicolo Amati in memoriam (1945)
    .
    -- DAS DEUTSCHE STREICHTRIO -- The german String Trio :
    Hans Kalafusz : Violin, Christian Hedrich : Viola, Reiner Ginzel - Cello (Violoncello).
    --
    ...recorded from rare Stereo LP made in germany, 1985...
    .
    J.N.David has created numerous choral, organ and orchestral works, he was the teacher of many famous composers and performers, including Hans Stadlmair, Helmut Lachenmann, Ruth Zechlin and Hans Georg Bertram.

    He began his musical career in the monastery of Sankt Florian, and was a composition student of Joseph Marx.
    David wrote a number of orchestral works including eight symphonies (of which the fifth has been recorded, as have some other works including a disc of organ music,) several concertos including an organ concerto and three violin concertos, instrumental works including many for or with organ, and many choral works. His general style changed from the modal tendencies seen in his first two symphonies to the more acerbic though still tonal sound of the later ones.
    His son, Thomas Christian David (1925--2006), was also a composer.
    --
    Johann Nepomuk David from 1906 to 1909 was a choirboy at the Augustinian Abbey of St. Florian and from 1909 to 1912 students at the Gymnasium of the Benedictine monastery Kremsmünster. From 1912 to 1915 he studied at the (Catholic) Bishop's teacher training institute in Linz. From 1915 to 1920, he was an elementary school teacher in St. Churches (Innkreis), from 1920 to 1924 primary school teachers in Waizenkirchen.

    After that he studied from 1921 to 1922 at the Music Academy and the University in Vienna with Joseph Marx and Guido Adler
    and had personal contact with Josef Matthias Hauer and Arnold Schoenberg.
    From 1922 to 1924 he was the musical director of the Linz art center hold. From January 1925 to autumn 1934, he was a teacher at the Catholic elementary school from 1926 to 1934 he headed there he founded the Bach Choir and from 1930 to 1934 he was organist at Christ Lutheran Church Wels. From November 1934 to January 1945 he was a teacher of theory and composition and director of choirs at the State Conservatory (Academy of Music since 1941) in Leipzig. In 1942 he was appointed as Acting Director of this institute.

    The really apolitical David, who was also no Nazi organization, composed in the era of National Socialism almost only absolute music (chamber music, symphonies, orchestral works), or sacred music (organ music, motets). Less clear is the seventh most November 1942, first performed in Leipzig, but unpublished Heroes ceremony / motet for a leader Adolf Hitler's word / 4stimmigen for mixed chorus and three trombones [...] / The dead students and teachers / Staatl. Music Academy in Leipzig to commemorate the following text: Who keeps faith with his people so that should never even be forgotten in faithfulness .

    After the heavy bombing raid on Leipzig on 3 / 4 December 1943, David led from April 1944 to the evacuation of the Academy of Music to Crimmitschau in Saxony, where could be maintained up to the final exams in August 1944 under difficult circumstances, the trial operation. In August 1944 he was inducted into the so-called God-gifted list of the most important composers, which saved him from a war effort, even on the home front.

    Over 100(!!) original handwritten compositions was getting lost/burned 1946 because of the heavy bombing raid on Leipzig .

    From 1945 to 1947, David was a professor of composition, the choir director and acting director of the Salzburg Mozarteum. From 1948 to 1963 he was professor of theory and counterpoint (composition) at the State Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Stuttgart. From 1949 to 1952 he was conductor of the Stuttgart Bruckner Choir and conductor of the 1950-1953 High School Chamber Orchestra, with which he among others to a highly publicized guest concert in Paris. With these two ensembles also brought David performed contemporary compositions, which are documented by recordings and productions of the South German Radio in Stuttgart.

  • Johann Nepomuk David Organ Concerto

    25:00

    Johann Nepomuk DAVID (1895-1977)
    Organ Concerto op. 61 (1965)
    3 movements
    (the movements are without tempo designation)
    Wolfgang Dallmann, organ
    Badische Philharmonie Karlsruhe / Rolf Schweizer
    Live performance, 5 July 1980

  • Johann Nepomuk David Concerto No. 3

    14:27

    Johann Nepomuk DAVID (1895-1977)
    Concerto No. 3 for string orchestra op. 74 (1974)
    Münchner Kammerorchester / Hans Stadlmair

  • Johann Nepomuk David Sinfonia preclassica

    18:58

    Johann Nepomuk DAVID (1895-1977)
    Sinfonia preclassica (super nomen H-A-S-E) op. 44 (1953)
    1. ohne Bezeichnung
    2. Andante leggiero
    3. Menuetto
    4. Gigue
    Münchner Philharmoniker / Thomas Christian David

  • J.N. David - String Trio No. 3 1/2

    6:29

    Johann Nepomuk David (1895-1977), austrian composer.
    .
    String Trio No. 3 in G-Major , op. 33 (1948)
    Trio Nr. 3, op. 33 - G-dur, - Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesu in memoriam (1948)
    .
    -- DAS DEUTSCHE STREICHTRIO -- The german String Trio :
    Hans Kalafusz : Violin, Christian Hedrich : Viola, Reiner Ginzel - Cello (Violoncello).
    --
    ...recorded from rare Stereo LP made in germany, 1985...
    .
    J.N.David has created numerous choral, organ and orchestral works, he was the teacher of many famous composers and performers, including Hans Stadlmair, Helmut Lachenmann, Ruth Zechlin and Hans Georg Bertram.

    He began his musical career in the monastery of Sankt Florian, and was a composition student of Joseph Marx.
    David wrote a number of orchestral works including eight symphonies (of which the fifth has been recorded, as have some other works including a disc of organ music,) several concertos including an organ concerto and three violin concertos, instrumental works including many for or with organ, and many choral works. His general style changed from the modal tendencies seen in his first two symphonies to the more acerbic though still tonal sound of the later ones.
    His son, Thomas Christian David (1925--2006), was also a composer.
    --
    Johann Nepomuk David from 1906 to 1909 was a choirboy at the Augustinian Abbey of St. Florian and from 1909 to 1912 students at the Gymnasium of the Benedictine monastery Kremsmünster. From 1912 to 1915 he studied at the (Catholic) Bishop's teacher training institute in Linz. From 1915 to 1920, he was an elementary school teacher in St. Churches (Innkreis), from 1920 to 1924 primary school teachers in Waizenkirchen.

    After that he studied from 1921 to 1922 at the Music Academy and the University in Vienna with Joseph Marx and Guido Adler
    and had personal contact with Josef Matthias Hauer and Arnold Schoenberg.
    From 1922 to 1924 he was the musical director of the Linz art center hold. From January 1925 to autumn 1934, he was a teacher at the Catholic elementary school from 1926 to 1934 he headed there he founded the Bach Choir and from 1930 to 1934 he was organist at Christ Lutheran Church Wels. From November 1934 to January 1945 he was a teacher of theory and composition and director of choirs at the State Conservatory (Academy of Music since 1941) in Leipzig. In 1942 he was appointed as Acting Director of this institute.

    The really apolitical David, who was also no Nazi organization, composed in the era of National Socialism almost only absolute music (chamber music, symphonies, orchestral works), or sacred music (organ music, motets). Less clear is the seventh most November 1942, first performed in Leipzig, but unpublished Heroes ceremony / motet for a leader Adolf Hitler's word / 4stimmigen for mixed chorus and three trombones [...] / The dead students and teachers / Staatl. Music Academy in Leipzig to commemorate the following text: Who keeps faith with his people so that should never even be forgotten in faithfulness .

    After the heavy bombing raid on Leipzig on 3 / 4 December 1943, David led from April 1944 to the evacuation of the Academy of Music to Crimmitschau in Saxony, where could be maintained up to the final exams in August 1944 under difficult circumstances, the trial operation. In August 1944 he was inducted into the so-called God-gifted list of the most important composers, which saved him from a war effort, even on the home front.

    Over 100(!!) original handwritten compositions was getting lost/burned 1946 because of the heavy bombing raid on Leipzig .

    From 1945 to 1947, David was a professor of composition, the choir director and acting director of the Salzburg Mozarteum. From 1948 to 1963 he was professor of theory and counterpoint (composition) at the State Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Stuttgart. From 1949 to 1952 he was conductor of the Stuttgart Bruckner Choir and conductor of the 1950-1953 High School Chamber Orchestra, with which he among others to a highly publicized guest concert in Paris. With these two ensembles also brought David performed contemporary compositions, which are documented by recordings and productions of the South German Radio in Stuttgart.

  • Johann Nepomuk David Trio para flauta, viola y guitarra.

    12:07

    Trio Matiegka de Buenos Aires. Sebastian Subatin, flauta; Laura Oliva, viola; Martin Cadaviz, guitarra

  • Johann Nepomuk David Symphony No. 6

    31:08

    Johann Nepomuk DAVID (1895-1977)
    Symphony No. 6 op. 46 (1954)
    1. Allegro
    2. Adagio
    3. Wiener Walzer
    4. Allegro. Tripelfuge
    Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Stuttgart / Hans Müller-Kray

  • Johann Nepomuk David Chaconne

    14:17

    Johann Nepomuk DAVID (1895-1977)
    Chaconne op. 71 (1972)
    Mozarteum-Orchester Salzburg / Helmut Eder

  • J.N. David - String Trio

    12:46

    Johann Nepomuk David (1895-1977), austrian composer.
    .
    String Trio in G major (1935)
    Trio G-dur für Violine, Viola und Violoncello (1935)
    .
    -- DAS DEUTSCHE STREICHTRIO -- The german String Trio :
    Hans Kalafusz : Violin, Christian Hedrich : Viola, Reiner Ginzel - Cello (Violoncello).
    --
    ...recorded from rare Stereo LP made in germany, 1985...
    .
    J.N.David has created numerous choral, organ and orchestral works, he was the teacher of many famous composers and performers, including Hans Stadlmair, Helmut Lachenmann, Ruth Zechlin and Hans Georg Bertram.

    He began his musical career in the monastery of Sankt Florian, and was a composition student of Joseph Marx.
    David wrote a number of orchestral works including eight symphonies (of which the fifth has been recorded, as have some other works including a disc of organ music,) several concertos including an organ concerto and three violin concertos, instrumental works including many for or with organ, and many choral works. His general style changed from the modal tendencies seen in his first two symphonies to the more acerbic though still tonal sound of the later ones.
    His son, Thomas Christian David (1925--2006), was also a composer.
    --
    Johann Nepomuk David from 1906 to 1909 was a choirboy at the Augustinian Abbey of St. Florian and from 1909 to 1912 students at the Gymnasium of the Benedictine monastery Kremsmünster. From 1912 to 1915 he studied at the (Catholic) Bishop's teacher training institute in Linz. From 1915 to 1920, he was an elementary school teacher in St. Churches (Innkreis), from 1920 to 1924 primary school teachers in Waizenkirchen.

    After that he studied from 1921 to 1922 at the Music Academy and the University in Vienna with Joseph Marx and Guido Adler
    and had personal contact with Josef Matthias Hauer and Arnold Schoenberg.
    From 1922 to 1924 he was the musical director of the Linz art center hold. From January 1925 to autumn 1934, he was a teacher at the Catholic elementary school from 1926 to 1934 he headed there he founded the Bach Choir and from 1930 to 1934 he was organist at Christ Lutheran Church Wels. From November 1934 to January 1945 he was a teacher of theory and composition and director of choirs at the State Conservatory (Academy of Music since 1941) in Leipzig. In 1942 he was appointed as Acting Director of this institute.

    The really apolitical David, who was also no Nazi organization, composed in the era of National Socialism almost only absolute music (chamber music, symphonies, orchestral works), or sacred music (organ music, motets). Less clear is the seventh most November 1942, first performed in Leipzig, but unpublished Heroes ceremony / motet for a leader Adolf Hitler's word / 4stimmigen for mixed chorus and three trombones [...] / The dead students and teachers / Staatl. Music Academy in Leipzig to commemorate the following text: Who keeps faith with his people so that should never even be forgotten in faithfulness .

    After the heavy bombing raid on Leipzig on 3 / 4 December 1943, David led from April 1944 to the evacuation of the Academy of Music to Crimmitschau in Saxony, where could be maintained up to the final exams in August 1944 under difficult circumstances, the trial operation. In August 1944 he was inducted into the so-called God-gifted list of the most important composers, which saved him from a war effort, even on the home front.

    Over 100(!!) original handwritten compositions was getting lost/burned 1946 because of the heavy bombing raid on Leipzig .

    From 1945 to 1947, David was a professor of composition, the choir director and acting director of the Salzburg Mozarteum. From 1948 to 1963 he was professor of theory and counterpoint (composition) at the State Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Stuttgart. From 1949 to 1952 he was conductor of the Stuttgart Bruckner Choir and conductor of the 1950-1953 High School Chamber Orchestra, with which he among others to a highly publicized guest concert in Paris. With these two ensembles also brought David performed contemporary compositions, which are documented by recordings and productions of the South German Radio in Stuttgart.

  • Johann Nepomuk David Symphony No. 3

    34:32

    Johann Nepomuk DAVID (1895-1977)
    Symphony No. 3 op. 28 (1940)
    4 movements
    Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Stuttgart / Jacques Mercier
    Live performance, Stuttgart, 19 November 1985

  • Johann Nepomuk David : Melancholia, op 53

    13:18

    Johann Nepomuk David (1895-1977) : Melancholia, op 53 (1958) - Streicher desSinfonieorchesters des NDR - Hubert Reichert, conductor
    Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) : Melencolia I (1514) - Musée Condé, Chantilly (France)
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  • J.N. David - String Trio No. 4 1/2

    13:50

    Johann Nepomuk David (1895-1977), austrian composer.
    .
    String Trio No. 4 in E-minor , op. 33 (1948)
    Trio Nr. 4 op. 33 , e-moll - Jacobo Stainer in memoriam (1948)
    .
    -- DAS DEUTSCHE STREICHTRIO -- The german String Trio :
    Hans Kalafusz : Violin, Christian Hedrich : Viola, Reiner Ginzel - Cello (Violoncello).
    --
    ...recorded from rare Stereo LP made in germany, 1985...
    .
    J.N.David has created numerous choral, organ and orchestral works, he was the teacher of many famous composers and performers, including Hans Stadlmair, Helmut Lachenmann, Ruth Zechlin and Hans Georg Bertram.

    He began his musical career in the monastery of Sankt Florian, and was a composition student of Joseph Marx.
    David wrote a number of orchestral works including eight symphonies (of which the fifth has been recorded, as have some other works including a disc of organ music,) several concertos including an organ concerto and three violin concertos, instrumental works including many for or with organ, and many choral works. His general style changed from the modal tendencies seen in his first two symphonies to the more acerbic though still tonal sound of the later ones.
    His son, Thomas Christian David (1925--2006), was also a composer.
    --
    Johann Nepomuk David from 1906 to 1909 was a choirboy at the Augustinian Abbey of St. Florian and from 1909 to 1912 students at the Gymnasium of the Benedictine monastery Kremsmünster. From 1912 to 1915 he studied at the (Catholic) Bishop's teacher training institute in Linz. From 1915 to 1920, he was an elementary school teacher in St. Churches (Innkreis), from 1920 to 1924 primary school teachers in Waizenkirchen.

    After that he studied from 1921 to 1922 at the Music Academy and the University in Vienna with Joseph Marx and Guido Adler
    and had personal contact with Josef Matthias Hauer and Arnold Schoenberg.
    From 1922 to 1924 he was the musical director of the Linz art center hold. From January 1925 to autumn 1934, he was a teacher at the Catholic elementary school from 1926 to 1934 he headed there he founded the Bach Choir and from 1930 to 1934 he was organist at Christ Lutheran Church Wels. From November 1934 to January 1945 he was a teacher of theory and composition and director of choirs at the State Conservatory (Academy of Music since 1941) in Leipzig. In 1942 he was appointed as Acting Director of this institute.

    The really apolitical David, who was also no Nazi organization, composed in the era of National Socialism almost only absolute music (chamber music, symphonies, orchestral works), or sacred music (organ music, motets). Less clear is the seventh most November 1942, first performed in Leipzig, but unpublished Heroes ceremony / motet for a leader Adolf Hitler's word / 4stimmigen for mixed chorus and three trombones [...] / The dead students and teachers / Staatl. Music Academy in Leipzig to commemorate the following text: Who keeps faith with his people so that should never even be forgotten in faithfulness .

    After the heavy bombing raid on Leipzig on 3 / 4 December 1943, David led from April 1944 to the evacuation of the Academy of Music to Crimmitschau in Saxony, where could be maintained up to the final exams in August 1944 under difficult circumstances, the trial operation. In August 1944 he was inducted into the so-called God-gifted list of the most important composers, which saved him from a war effort, even on the home front.

    Over 100(!!) original handwritten compositions was getting lost/burned 1946 because of the heavy bombing raid on Leipzig .

    From 1945 to 1947, David was a professor of composition, the choir director and acting director of the Salzburg Mozarteum. From 1948 to 1963 he was professor of theory and counterpoint (composition) at the State Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Stuttgart. From 1949 to 1952 he was conductor of the Stuttgart Bruckner Choir and conductor of the 1950-1953 High School Chamber Orchestra, with which he among others to a highly publicized guest concert in Paris. With these two ensembles also brought David performed contemporary compositions, which are documented by recordings and productions of the South German Radio in Stuttgart.

  • Johann Nepomuk David Melancholia

    13:17

    Johann Nepomuk DAVID (1895-1977)
    Melancholia, Musik für Bratsche allein
    und Kammerorchester op. 53 (1958)
    Erich Sichermann, Viola / Streicher des
    Sinfonieorchesters des NDR / Hubert Reichert

  • Deutsche Messe - J.N.David, 2Motetten - A.F.Kropfreiter, Hard-Chor Linz

    32:49

    Anlässlich des Hochamts zu Christi Himmelfahrt in der Stiftskirche St.Florian am 5.Mai 2016

    Hard-Chor Linz, Leitung: Alexander Koller
    Konzerttermine, Kritiken, Info & Kontakt:

    Concert dates, articles & details:


    0:00 | Das Kyrie, Deutsche Messe - J.N.David
    2:54 | Das Gloria, Deutsche Messe - J.N.David
    4:23 | O sacramentum pietatis - A.F.Kropfreiter
    8:09 | Das Credo, Deutsche Messe - J.N.David
    13:05 | O sacrum convivium - A.F.Kropfreiter
    17:07 | Das Sanctus, Deutsche Messe - J.N.David
    18:43 | Das Agnus Dei, Deutsche Messe - J.N.David
    21:01 | Virgencita - Arvo Pärt
    28:25 | Virga Jesse - Anton Bruckner

  • J.N. David - Violin Sonata

    12:50

    Johann Nepomuk David (1895-1977), austrian composer.
    .
    Sonata for Violin Solo No. 2, op. 58 (1963) / (Sonate für Violine Nr. 2, op. 58)
    SASCHKO GAWRILOFF - VIOLIN (Solo Violine)
    ...recorded from rare Stereo LP made in germany, 1968...
    .
    J.N.David has created numerous choral, organ and orchestral works, he was the teacher of many famous composers and performers, including Hans Stadlmair, Helmut Lachenmann, Ruth Zechlin and Hans Georg Bertram.

    He began his musical career in the monastery of Sankt Florian, and was a composition student of Joseph Marx.
    David wrote a number of orchestral works including eight symphonies (of which the fifth has been recorded, as have some other works including a disc of organ music,) several concertos including an organ concerto and three violin concertos, instrumental works including many for or with organ, and many choral works. His general style changed from the modal tendencies seen in his first two symphonies to the more acerbic though still tonal sound of the later ones.
    His son, Thomas Christian David (1925--2006), was also a composer.
    --
    Johann Nepomuk David from 1906 to 1909 was a choirboy at the Augustinian Abbey of St. Florian and from 1909 to 1912 students at the Gymnasium of the Benedictine monastery Kremsmünster. From 1912 to 1915 he studied at the (Catholic) Bishop's teacher training institute in Linz. From 1915 to 1920, he was an elementary school teacher in St. Churches (Innkreis), from 1920 to 1924 primary school teachers in Waizenkirchen.

    After that he studied from 1921 to 1922 at the Music Academy and the University in Vienna with Joseph Marx and Guido Adler
    and had personal contact with Josef Matthias Hauer and Arnold Schoenberg.
    From 1922 to 1924 he was the musical director of the Linz art center hold. From January 1925 to autumn 1934, he was a teacher at the Catholic elementary school from 1926 to 1934 he headed there he founded the Bach Choir and from 1930 to 1934 he was organist at Christ Lutheran Church Wels. From November 1934 to January 1945 he was a teacher of theory and composition and director of choirs at the State Conservatory (Academy of Music since 1941) in Leipzig. In 1942 he was appointed as Acting Director of this institute.

    The really apolitical David, who was also no Nazi organization, composed in the era of National Socialism almost only absolute music (chamber music, symphonies, orchestral works), or sacred music (organ music, motets). Less clear is the seventh most November 1942, first performed in Leipzig, but unpublished Heroes ceremony / motet for a leader Adolf Hitler's word / 4stimmigen for mixed chorus and three trombones [...] / The dead students and teachers / Staatl. Music Academy in Leipzig to commemorate the following text: Who keeps faith with his people so that should never even be forgotten in faithfulness .

    After the heavy bombing raid on Leipzig on 3 / 4 December 1943, David led from April 1944 to the evacuation of the Academy of Music to Crimmitschau in Saxony, where could be maintained up to the final exams in August 1944 under difficult circumstances, the trial operation. In August 1944 he was inducted into the so-called God-gifted list of the most important composers, which saved him from a war effort, even on the home front.

    From 1945 to 1947, David was a professor of composition, the choir director and acting director of the Salzburg Mozarteum. From 1948 to 1963 he was professor of theory and counterpoint (composition) at the State Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Stuttgart. From 1949 to 1952 he was conductor of the Stuttgart Bruckner Choir and conductor of the 1950-1953 High School Chamber Orchestra, with which he among others to a highly publicized guest concert in Paris. With these two ensembles also brought David performed contemporary compositions, which are documented by recordings and productions of the South German Radio in Stuttgart.

  • Johann Nepomuk Hummel Septet op.74. I: Allegro con spirito. Kölner Kammersolisten

    11:04

    Johann Nepomuk Hummel
    Septet. Nr. 1 in D minor, op.74 (Allegro con spirito)

    Cologne Chamber Soloists/Kölner Kammersolisten
    Live in the Sancta Clara Keller, Cologne. 04.10.15

    Florian Uhlig - Piano
    Alja Velkaverh - Flute
    Tom Owen - Oboe
    Markus Wittgens - Horn
    Matthias Buchholz - Viola
    Oren Shevlin - Violoncello
    Stanislav Anischenko - Double Bass

  • Praeludium Johann Nepomuk David Ladegast-Orgel KMD Apitz St. Jakob Köthen Bild Portal Jakobskirche

    1:56

    Noten für Kirchenmusik…: - kostenlose Musiknoten + Bilder zum Video
    Musik zur Marktzeit: Johann Nepomuk David Praeludium G-Dur (aus Praeludium und Fuge)

    Bild: St. Jakob Köthen Portal © noten-apitz.de
    Bildquelle: Musikverlag Apitz

    Orgel: KMD Martina Apitz
    Ladegast-Orgel St. Jakob Köthen
    Musikvideos kostenlos legal lizensfrei downloaden, Manfred Apitz – Mitglied der Gema

  • Sonate für Gitarre Allein - Johann Nepomuk David

    4:32

    Stephan Wolke plays the first set of the Sonate für Gitarre allein written by the austrian composer Johann Nepomuk David. The concert was in Schüttorf, Germany, 21.10.2007

  • Johann Nepomuk Went - Sinfonia in E-flat major

    18:29

    Johann Nepomuk Went (1745~1801)

    Sinfonia in E-flat major

    00:00 I. Allegro
    07:20 II. Andante
    12:58 III. Menuetto
    15:47 IV. Finale

    Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra / Vojtěch Spurný

  • J.N. David - String Trio No. 4 2/2

    8:34

    Johann Nepomuk David (1895-1977), austrian composer.
    .
    String Trio No. 4 in E-minor , op. 33 (1948)
    Trio Nr. 4 op. 33 , e-moll - Jacobo Stainer in memoriam (1948)
    .
    -- DAS DEUTSCHE STREICHTRIO -- The german String Trio :
    Hans Kalafusz : Violin, Christian Hedrich : Viola, Reiner Ginzel - Cello (Violoncello).
    --
    ...recorded from rare Stereo LP made in germany, 1985...
    .
    J.N.David has created numerous choral, organ and orchestral works, he was the teacher of many famous composers and performers, including Hans Stadlmair, Helmut Lachenmann, Ruth Zechlin and Hans Georg Bertram.

    He began his musical career in the monastery of Sankt Florian, and was a composition student of Joseph Marx.
    David wrote a number of orchestral works including eight symphonies (of which the fifth has been recorded, as have some other works including a disc of organ music,) several concertos including an organ concerto and three violin concertos, instrumental works including many for or with organ, and many choral works. His general style changed from the modal tendencies seen in his first two symphonies to the more acerbic though still tonal sound of the later ones.
    His son, Thomas Christian David (1925--2006), was also a composer.
    --
    Johann Nepomuk David from 1906 to 1909 was a choirboy at the Augustinian Abbey of St. Florian and from 1909 to 1912 students at the Gymnasium of the Benedictine monastery Kremsmünster. From 1912 to 1915 he studied at the (Catholic) Bishop's teacher training institute in Linz. From 1915 to 1920, he was an elementary school teacher in St. Churches (Innkreis), from 1920 to 1924 primary school teachers in Waizenkirchen.

    After that he studied from 1921 to 1922 at the Music Academy and the University in Vienna with Joseph Marx and Guido Adler
    and had personal contact with Josef Matthias Hauer and Arnold Schoenberg.
    From 1922 to 1924 he was the musical director of the Linz art center hold. From January 1925 to autumn 1934, he was a teacher at the Catholic elementary school from 1926 to 1934 he headed there he founded the Bach Choir and from 1930 to 1934 he was organist at Christ Lutheran Church Wels. From November 1934 to January 1945 he was a teacher of theory and composition and director of choirs at the State Conservatory (Academy of Music since 1941) in Leipzig. In 1942 he was appointed as Acting Director of this institute.

    The really apolitical David, who was also no Nazi organization, composed in the era of National Socialism almost only absolute music (chamber music, symphonies, orchestral works), or sacred music (organ music, motets). Less clear is the seventh most November 1942, first performed in Leipzig, but unpublished Heroes ceremony / motet for a leader Adolf Hitler's word / 4stimmigen for mixed chorus and three trombones [...] / The dead students and teachers / Staatl. Music Academy in Leipzig to commemorate the following text: Who keeps faith with his people so that should never even be forgotten in faithfulness .

    After the heavy bombing raid on Leipzig on 3 / 4 December 1943, David led from April 1944 to the evacuation of the Academy of Music to Crimmitschau in Saxony, where could be maintained up to the final exams in August 1944 under difficult circumstances, the trial operation. In August 1944 he was inducted into the so-called God-gifted list of the most important composers, which saved him from a war effort, even on the home front.

    Over 100(!!) original handwritten compositions was getting lost/burned 1946 because of the heavy bombing raid on Leipzig .

    From 1945 to 1947, David was a professor of composition, the choir director and acting director of the Salzburg Mozarteum. From 1948 to 1963 he was professor of theory and counterpoint (composition) at the State Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Stuttgart. From 1949 to 1952 he was conductor of the Stuttgart Bruckner Choir and conductor of the 1950-1953 High School Chamber Orchestra, with which he among others to a highly publicized guest concert in Paris. With these two ensembles also brought David performed contemporary compositions, which are documented by recordings and productions of the South German Radio in Stuttgart.

  • Johann Nepomuk Wendt . Sinfonia in E flat major

    21:44

    Johann Nepomuk Wendt (Jan Nepomuk Vent)

    Sinfonia in E flat major

    I. Allegro 00:00
    II. Andante 08:12
    III. Menuetto 14:53
    IV. Finale 18:26

    Virtuosi di Praga
    Oldřich Vlček, conductor

    Recorded in 1997 in Prague

    The music and video published in this channel is exclusively dedicated to divulgation purposes and not commercial. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform me immediately before you submit a claim to Youtube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • J.N. David - String Trio No. 2 2/2

    9:01

    Johann Nepomuk David (1895-1977), austrian composer.
    .
    String Trio No. 2 in E minor , op. 33 (1945)
    Trio Nr. 2 in e-moll, op. 33 Nr. 2 - Antonio Stradivario in memoriam (1945)
    .
    -- DAS DEUTSCHE STREICHTRIO -- The german String Trio :
    Hans Kalafusz : Violin, Christian Hedrich : Viola, Reiner Ginzel - Cello (Violoncello).
    --
    ...recorded from rare Stereo LP made in germany, 1985...
    .
    J.N.David has created numerous choral, organ and orchestral works, he was the teacher of many famous composers and performers, including Hans Stadlmair, Helmut Lachenmann, Ruth Zechlin and Hans Georg Bertram.

    He began his musical career in the monastery of Sankt Florian, and was a composition student of Joseph Marx.
    David wrote a number of orchestral works including eight symphonies (of which the fifth has been recorded, as have some other works including a disc of organ music,) several concertos including an organ concerto and three violin concertos, instrumental works including many for or with organ, and many choral works. His general style changed from the modal tendencies seen in his first two symphonies to the more acerbic though still tonal sound of the later ones.
    His son, Thomas Christian David (1925--2006), was also a composer.
    --
    Johann Nepomuk David from 1906 to 1909 was a choirboy at the Augustinian Abbey of St. Florian and from 1909 to 1912 students at the Gymnasium of the Benedictine monastery Kremsmünster. From 1912 to 1915 he studied at the (Catholic) Bishop's teacher training institute in Linz. From 1915 to 1920, he was an elementary school teacher in St. Churches (Innkreis), from 1920 to 1924 primary school teachers in Waizenkirchen.

    After that he studied from 1921 to 1922 at the Music Academy and the University in Vienna with Joseph Marx and Guido Adler
    and had personal contact with Josef Matthias Hauer and Arnold Schoenberg.
    From 1922 to 1924 he was the musical director of the Linz art center hold. From January 1925 to autumn 1934, he was a teacher at the Catholic elementary school from 1926 to 1934 he headed there he founded the Bach Choir and from 1930 to 1934 he was organist at Christ Lutheran Church Wels. From November 1934 to January 1945 he was a teacher of theory and composition and director of choirs at the State Conservatory (Academy of Music since 1941) in Leipzig. In 1942 he was appointed as Acting Director of this institute.

    The really apolitical David, who was also no Nazi organization, composed in the era of National Socialism almost only absolute music (chamber music, symphonies, orchestral works), or sacred music (organ music, motets). Less clear is the seventh most November 1942, first performed in Leipzig, but unpublished Heroes ceremony / motet for a leader Adolf Hitler's word / 4stimmigen for mixed chorus and three trombones [...] / The dead students and teachers / Staatl. Music Academy in Leipzig to commemorate the following text: Who keeps faith with his people so that should never even be forgotten in faithfulness .

    After the heavy bombing raid on Leipzig on 3 / 4 December 1943, David led from April 1944 to the evacuation of the Academy of Music to Crimmitschau in Saxony, where could be maintained up to the final exams in August 1944 under difficult circumstances, the trial operation. In August 1944 he was inducted into the so-called God-gifted list of the most important composers, which saved him from a war effort, even on the home front.

    Over 100(!!) original handwritten compositions was getting lost/burned 1946 because of the heavy bombing raid on Leipzig .

    From 1945 to 1947, David was a professor of composition, the choir director and acting director of the Salzburg Mozarteum. From 1948 to 1963 he was professor of theory and counterpoint (composition) at the State Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Stuttgart. From 1949 to 1952 he was conductor of the Stuttgart Bruckner Choir and conductor of the 1950-1953 High School Chamber Orchestra, with which he among others to a highly publicized guest concert in Paris. With these two ensembles also brought David performed contemporary compositions, which are documented by recordings and productions of the South German Radio in Stuttgart.

  • Johann Nepomuk David: Streichtrio Werk 33/1, 2. Satz OÖ. David-Trio

    5:07

    Johann Nepomuk David
    (1895 - 1977)
    Streichtrio Werk 33/1 Nicoló Amati gewidmet

    2. Satz: Adagio - Allegro leggiero

    Livemitschnitt Internationale Kammermusiktage St. Marien,
    Sommerkonzerte, 8. August 2020
    Kirche St. Michael

    OÖ. David-Trio
    Sabine Reiter, Violine
    Peter Aigner, Viola
    Andreas Pözlberger, Violoncello

    OÖ. David-Trio:



    Foto: Reinhard Winkler


    Aufnahme: Thomas Markowetz

  • 1. Ruhige Halbe - Sonata - J. N. David

    5:13

    Der Dortmunder Gitarrist Stephan Wolke spielt die Sonate für Gitarre allein, op. 31 Nr. 5 von Johann Nepomuk David bei dem Eröffnungskonzert des 4. Börsteler Gitarrenseminars.

  • Johann Nepomuk Hummel. Trumpet Concerto in E flat major

    21:03

    Johann Nepomuk Hummel

    Trumpet Concerto in E flat major

    I. Allegro con spirito 00:00
    II. Andante 11:34
    III. Rondo (Allegro molto) 16:58

    Maurice André, trumpet
    Ensemble Orchestral de Paris
    Jean-Pierre Wallez, conductor

    Recorded in December, 1982 in Paris, France

    The music and video published in this channel is exclusively dedicated to divulgation purposes and not commercial. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform me immediately before you submit a claim to Youtube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Johann Nepomuk Hummel - Trumpet Concerto in E major

    19:06

    Sylvain Tolck, trumpet
    Alexander Mayer, conductor
    Ensemble Symphonique Neuchâtel

  • Johann Nepomuk Hummel / Artur Balsam, 1956: Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 85 - Movement 1

    13:50

    Artur Balsam is soloist, and Otto Ackermann conducts the Winterthur Symphony Orchestra, in the first movement of the Hummel A minor piano concerto, Op. 85. From the LP shown above, issued in or around 1956 on the Concert Hall Society label, serial number G-11.

    Movement 1: Allegro moderato

    Movements 2 and 3:


    The Library of Congress online catalogue listing for this recording is here:
    David Hertzberg

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