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Playlist of Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf

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  • Karl Ditters vo Dittersdorf Oboe Concertos, Lajos Lencses

    1:15:22

    Karl Ditters vo Dittersdorf Oboe Concertos, Lajos Lencses
    1. Concerto in D major, L. 25b 0:00
    2. Concerto in C major, L. 39 12:38
    3. Concerto for oboe d'amore in A major, L. 43b 24:12
    4. Concerto in C major, L. 24 37:08
    5. Concerto in G major, L. 42 48:59
    6. Concerto in C major, L. 40a 1:04:39
    Lajos Lencsés, Oboe
    Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra
    János Rolla, Orchestra Leader

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  • Dittersdorf - Double Bass Concerto

    13:48

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    Rinat Ibragimov, principal double bass of the London Symphony Orchestra, together with Catherine Edwards, performs Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf's Double Bass Concerto, originally written in Es Major but performed here a semitone lower.

    This popular piece of double bass repertoire is commonly called for in auditions, and here Rinat demonstrates its performance using the original bass part and the Viennese Tuning that would have been in vogue at the time of its composition.

    Rinat plays a d-bass by Matheus Albany, a gift from his colleague and friend Alexander Stepanov. He uses Pirastro Eudoxa strings.

    Watch Rinat's performance of Vanhal's bass concerto here:


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  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf - Requiem

    29:13

    Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf

    Work: Requiem (1784)

    Soprano: Hanna Farinelli
    Alto: Birgit Calm
    Tenor: Heiner Hopfner
    Bass: Nikolaus Hillebrand

    Chorus: Regensburger Domspatzen

    Orchestra: Consortium Musicum München

    Conductor: Georg Ratzinger

  • Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf - Symphony in C-major La Prise de la Bastille

    20:13

    Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf

    Work: Symphony in C-major La Prise de la Bastille

    Mov.I: Grave - Allegro assai 00:00
    Mov.II: Adagio 09:48
    Mov.III: Allegro assai 14:09

    Orchestra: Concerto Köln

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  • Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf: Sinfonie No.4 in F Major after Ovids Metamorphoses, Bohumil Gregor

    28:26

    Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf - Sinfonia No.4 in F Major, ‘Andromède sauvée par Persée’, Prague Chamber Orchestra, Bohumil Gregor (conductor)
    1. Adagio Non Molto – 00:00
    2.Presto - 10:28
    3.Larghetto.Tempo Di Minuetto – 17:05
    4.Finale: Vivace – 21:09
    Carl (Karl) Ditters von Dittersdorf (2 November 1739 – 24 October 1799) was an Austrian composer and violinist.
    A brilliant child violinist, Ditters played regularly at the age of 12 in the orchestra of Prince von Sachsen-Hildburghausen and later in the orchestra of the Vienna opera. He became friendly with the composer Christoph Gluck and accompanied him in 1761 to Bologna, Italy. There Ditters gained considerable celebrity with his violin playing.
    In about 1779 he formed a close friendship with Joseph Haydn, who directed five of his operas at Eszterháza. Dittersdorf was also the music teacher of Johann Baptist Vanhal. About 1785, Haydn, Dittersdorf, Mozart and Vanhal played string quartets together. Haydn and Dittersdorf played the violins; Mozart, the viola; and Vanhal, the cello (on at least one famous occasion joined by Haydn and Johann Vanhal, then a popular composer of string quartets).
    Apart from his many dramatic and sacred works, Dittersdorf composed over 100 symphonies and 40 or so concertos, many of which are for the violin, his own virtuoso instrument. Among his symphonies are twelve programmatic ones based on Ovid's Metamorphoses, although only six have survived (and have also been recorded).

  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf Harp Concerto in A major, Jutta Zoff

    20:43

    Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf Harp Concerto in A major
    1. Allegro Molto
    2. Larghetto
    3. Rondeau. Allegretto
    Jutta Zoff – Harp
    Staatskapelle Dresden
    Heinz Rogner – Conductor
    Rec.: 1975

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  • Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf. Symphony in A minor

    19:18

    Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf

    Symphony in A minor

    I. Vivace 00:00
    II. Larghetto 05:32
    III. Minuetto 1 & 2 12:24
    IV. Finale. Prestissimo 15:55

    Camerata Bern
    Thomas Füri, violin and conductor

    Recorded in 9/1982, in Bern

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  • Dittersdorf Harp Concerto. Rosa Díaz Cotán

    21:05

    1st movement 0:00, 2nd 7:20, 3rd 16:33

    Dittersdorf Harp Concerto
    Solist: Rosa Díaz Cotán
    Conductor: Daniel Stratievsky
    Neubrandenburger Philharmonie

  • Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf. Oboe Concerto in G major, L.42

    15:45

    Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf

    Oboe Concerto in G major, L.42

    I. Allegro non molto 00:00
    II. Adagio 06:35
    III. Allegro 10:54

    Lajos Lencés, oboe & oboe d'amore
    Liszt Ferenc Chamber Orchestra
    János Rolla, direction

    Recorded in June, 2001 in Budapest

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  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf - Concerto for Double Bass in D Major

    16:50

    Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf (1739-1799)
    Concerto for Double Bass in D Major
    I. Allegro moderato
    II. Adagio
    III. Finale. Allegro

    Czech Chamber Soloists
    Conductor: Leos Svarovsky
    Double Bass: Miloslav Jelinek
    Panton Record Label

  • Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf: Symphony in B flat major, Petr Chromčák

    18:28

    Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf - Symphony in B flat major, Czech Chamber Philharmonic, Petr Chromčák (conductor); rec. June 2012
    I. Presto assai – 00:00
    II. Andante – 07:07
    III. Menuetto – 11:57
    IV. Presto – 14:16
    Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf (1739 -1799) was born August Carl Ditters in Vienna, to a middle-class family whose primary breadwinner was the tailor for several regiments in the Austrian Army. Through the father’s hard work and ingenuity, this tailor’s son was provided an excellent education. Young August Carl attended Jesuit school and took private lessons in music, violin, religion, and French, things quite unusual for a middle-class child in mid-18th-century Vienna. Ditters later held several posts in which he gained enough recognition that Austrian Empress Maria Theresa’s conductor of her court theater hired him as violinist for the court orchestra. In 1762, he became the conductor of that orchestra and soon became acquainted with Christoph Willibald Gluck, a composer who had recently gained fame with his opera Orfeo ed Euridice. The two traveled to Italy together, where Ditters learned about contemporary Italian music styles, some of which he eventually adopted for his style of composition. After meeting the famed composer Joseph Haydn, who soon became his best friend, Ditters began associating with the best and most famous musicians in Vienna. Haydn and he, both playing violin, soon joined Mozart on viola and Ditters’ student Johann Vanhal on cello, playing string quartets by both Haydn and Mozart. In 1765, the Prince-Bishop of Breslau (now Wrocław, Poland) hired Ditters, who in 1771 became Kapellmeister (court composer) at the somewhat isolated Château Jánskývrch (known then as Schloß, or Castle, Johannesberg) in Javorník, now part of the Czech Republic. The 24 years he spent there were his most productive, and it was the Prince-Bishop who offered Ditters a job requiring a noble title in order to entice him to stay in his post in such a remote areaso far from the music scene in Vienna. With his new title as a Knight of the Golden Spur, August Carl Ditters became known as Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf.

    “There (on this CD) is a sort of monothematic approach that has become clearer the more releases have appeared, and this latest entrant is no different: lesser-known Bohemian composers are represented by orchestral or symphonic works rare or new to disc. Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf was not in any sense Czech but he died in Bohemia, in the town of Neuhof (now Nové Dvory) where he’d lived for the last decade of his life. This Symphony was composed in 1766 and known as “Im Postzug” or “In the Mail Train” though as Peter Avis points out in his notes, there were no mail trains at this time, or indeed trains, in the vicinity. Possibly, though, it was a nickname that had something to do with Cornelius Hermann von Ayrenhoff’s “Im Postzug” which was published in 1769? In any case, this is one of Dittersdorf’s best-known symphonic works, crisply written, finely structured, and full of good tunes and distribution of material. There’s also a deadpan wit to the finale. If one marks his inclusion as seemingly defiant of the series rationale, then at least one can enjoy this fine work.” (By Jonathan Woolf)

  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf Violin Concerto in G Major

    26:28

    Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf (1739-1799)
    Violin Concerto in G Major
    I. Allegro Moderato
    II. Adagio
    III. Presto

    Performed by the Czech Chamber Soloists
    Conductor Leos Svarovsky
    Bohumil Kotmel Violin
    Panton Record Label

  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf - Litanie Lauretanae in D-major

    22:30

    Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf

    Work: Litanie Lauretanae in D-major

    Soprano: Hanna Farinelli
    Alto: Birgit Calm
    Tenor: Heiner Hopfner
    Bass: Nikolaus Hillebrand

    Chorus: Regensburger Domspatzen

    Orchestra: Consortium Musicum München

    Conductor: Georg Ratzinger

  • Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf: Sinfonia No.3 in G major, Actéon Changé en Cerf, Bohumil Gregor

    23:13

    Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf, Symphonies After Ovid's Metamorphoses: Sinfonia No. 3 In G Major Actéon Changé en Cerf (The Metamorphosis of Acteon into a Stag), Prague Chamber Orchestra, Bohumil Gregor (conductor), Václav Kunt (flute)
    1.Allegro – 00:00
    2.Adagio (Più Tosto Andantino) – 06:39
    3.Tempo Di Minuetto – 14:34
    4.Finale: Vivace – 20:43

    Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf (2 November 1739 – 24 October 1799) was an Austrian composer and violinist.
    “Dittersdorf was born in the Laimgrube (now Mariahilf) district of Vienna, Austria, as August Carl Ditters. In 1745, the six-year-old August Carl was introduced to the violin and his father's moderate financial position allowed him not only a good general education at a Jesuit school, but private tutelage in music, violin, French and religion. Carl studied violin with J. Ziegler, who by 1750, through his influence, secured his pupil's appointment as a violinist in the orchestra of the Benedictine church on the Freyung.
    Prince Joseph of Saxe-Hildburghausen soon noticed young Ditters, and on 1 March 1751 hired him for his court orchestra. After a few years, in 1761, he was engaged as violinist in the Imperial Theatre orchestra, and in 1762 its conductor. It was during this period that he became acquainted with Christoph Willibald Gluck. In 1763 he traveled to Bologna with Gluck and in 1764 he traveled to Paris. Back in Vienna in 1764 he met the great Joseph Haydn and became one of his closest friends.
    In 1764, Ditters assumed the post of Kapellmeister at the court of Ádám Patachich, Hungarian nobleman and Bishop of Nagyvárad (Oradea, Romania). The following year he was introduced to Philipp Gotthard von Schaffgotsch, the Prince-Bishop of Breslau, who was in the process of creating a cultural center around his court based at Javorník (today part of the Czech Republic). He accepted the post of Hofkomponist (court composer) in 1771, and it was during his tenure at Johannesberg that most of his creative output was produced.
    In 1794, after twenty-four years at Johannesberg, Dittersdorf, after a serious clash with von Schaffgotsch, was expelled from his palace. He died at Nový Dvr (Neuhof, or New Court) where Château ervená Lhota stood, and was buried in the town of Detná. He finished his autobiography just three days before his death.

    Ditters' early work laid the groundwork for his later more important compositions. His symphonic and chamber compositions greatly emphasize sensuous Italo-Austrian melody over motivic development (which is often entirely lacking even in his best works, quite unlike those of his greater peers Haydn and Mozart). Even with these reservations, Dittersdorf was an important composer of the Classical era. Among his 120-or-so symphonies are twelve programmatic ones based on Ovid's Metamorphoses, although only six have survived (and have also been recorded). (from Radio Swiss Classic – music database)

  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf : String Quartet No.2 B flat major

    16:59

    KUBIN QUARTET : L.CAP, J.NIEDERLE, P.VÍTEK, J.ZEDNÍČEK
    Ostrava 1998
    Moderato - Andante - Thema con variazioni.Andante

  • Scherzo in the style of Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf

    3:20

    Provided to YouTube by Hungaroton

    Scherzo in the style of Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf · Zoltán Kocsis · Péter Csaba · Fritz Kreisler

    Altwiener Tanzweisen

    ℗ 1988 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 1988-07-12

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • The autumn colors, Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf, Andantino

    7:11

    Because I love autumn and because it's been four years since I have an account on youtube, I post this slideshow, ‘The autumn colors’, with a few of my photos.
    music: Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf - Andantino from Sinfonie D-Dur, arrangement for oboe, Lajos Lankses (oboe), Budapest Strings, Bela Banfalvi (concertmaster)

  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf : String Quartet No.5 E flat major

    17:15

    KUBIN QUARTET : L.CAP, J.NIEDERLE, P.VÍTEK, J.ZEDNÍČEK
    Ostrava 1998
    Allegro - Menuetto non troppo presto - Finale.Allegro

  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf : String Quartet No.6 A Major

    18:29

    KUBIN QUARTET : L.CAP, J.NIEDERLE, P.VÍTEK, J.ZEDNÍČEK
    Ostrava 1998
    Moderato - Menuetto.Larghetto - Finale.Presto

  • Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf - Double bass Concerto

    14:11

    Indi Stivin 14y/o (solo double bass), Ladislav Glaser (conductor), Symphony orchestra ESO, ZUS Klapkova
    1. Allegro moderato 00:00
    2. Adagio 06:03
    3. Finale Allegro 10:26

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  • Dittersdorf: Harp Concerto in A major - 2. Larghetto

    7:11

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Dittersdorf: Harp Concerto in A major - 2. Larghetto · Marisa Robles · Academy of St. Martin in the Fields · Iona Brown

    Harp Concertos

    ℗ 1980 Decca Music Group Limited

    Released on: 1990-01-01

    Producer: Chris Hazell
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Kenneth Wilkinson
    Composer: Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf - Viola Sonata in E-flat major

    17:49

    Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf (1739~1799)

    Viola Sonata in E-flat major

    00:00 I. Allegro moderato
    04:47 II. Menuetto : Allegretto
    07:54 III. Adagio
    10:24 IV. Menuetto : Allegretto
    12:52 V. Tema con variazioni : Allegretto

    Viola : Anna Barbara Duetschler
    Fortepiano : Ursula Duetschler

  • Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf: Sinfonia No.5 in A major, Les paysans changés en grenouilles

    23:17

    Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf - Sinfonia No.5 in A major, ‘Les paysans changés en grenouilles’, Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, Bohumil Gregor (conductor)
    1.Allegretto Non Troppo Presto - 00:00
    2.Adagio Ma Non Molto – 06:11
    3.Minuetto: Moderato – 12:39
    4.Finale: Adagio. Vivace Ma Moderato. Adagio – 16:46

    Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf (2 November 1739 – 24 October 1799) was an Austrian composer and violinist.
    A brilliant child violinist, Ditters played regularly at the age of 12 in the orchestra of Prince von Sachsen-Hildburghausen and later in the orchestra of the Vienna opera. He became friendly with the composer Christoph Gluck and accompanied him in 1761 to Bologna, Italy. There Ditters gained considerable celebrity with his violin playing.
    In about 1779 he formed a close friendship with Joseph Haydn, who directed five of his operas at Eszterháza. Dittersdorf was also the music teacher of Johann Baptist Vanhal. About 1785, Haydn, Dittersdorf, Mozart and Vanhal played string quartets together. Haydn and Dittersdorf played the violins; Mozart, the viola; and Vanhal, the cello (on at least one famous occasion joined by Haydn and Johann Vanhal, then a popular composer of string quartets).
    Apart from his many dramatic and sacred works, Dittersdorf composed over 100 symphonies and 40 or so concertos, many of which are for the violin, his own virtuoso instrument. Among his symphonies are twelve programmatic ones based on Ovid's Metamorphoses, although only six have survived (and have also been recorded).

  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf : String Quartet No.1 D Major

    14:04

    KUBIN QUARTET : L.CAP, J.NIEDERLE, P.VÍTEK, J.ZEDNÍČEK
    Ostrava 1998
    Moderato - Menuetto.Moderato - Finale.Allegro

  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf - Sinfonia Concertante for Viola and Double Bass

    17:14

    Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf (1739-1799)
    Concerto for Viola and Double Bass
    I. Allegro
    II. Andantino
    III. Menuetto
    IV. Allegro ma no troppo

    Czech Chamber Soloists
    Conductor: Leos Svarovsky
    Viola: Ladislov Kyselak
    Double Bass: Miloslav Jelinek
    Panton Record Label

  • Carl Ditters Von Dittersdorf - Viola Concerto in F Major

    27:29

    performance by Viola Lubomir Maly

  • Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf: Sinfonia No.6 in D Major, Prague Chamber Orchestra, Bohumil Gregor

    20:56

    Carl Ditter von Dittersdorf - Sinfonia No. 6 In D Major , ‘Phinée avec ses amis changés en rochers’ (according to other recordings this Symphony has number 5)
    1. Andante Piu Tosto Allegretto, 0:00 - 4:27
    2. Allegro Assai, 4:28 – 7:26
    3. Andante Molto, 7:27 – 15:06
    4. Finale: Vivace. Tempo Di Minuetto, 15:07 – 20:53

    Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf (2 November 1739 – 24 October 1799) was an Austrian composer and violinist.
    A brilliant child violinist, Ditters played regularly at the age of 12 in the orchestra of Prince von Sachsen-Hildburghausen and later in the orchestra of the Vienna opera. He became friendly with the composer Christoph Gluck and accompanied him in 1761 to Bologna, Italy. There Ditters gained considerable celebrity with his violin playing.
    In about 1779 he formed a close friendship with Joseph Haydn, who directed five of his operas at Eszterháza, and from 1783 he played in string quartets in Vienna with W.A. Mozart (on at least one famous occasion joined by Haydn and Johann Vanhal, then a popular composer of string quartets).
    Among his 120-or-so symphonies are twelve programmatic ones based on Ovid's Metamorphoses, although only six have survived (and have also been recorded). He also wrote oratorios, cantatas and concertos (among which are two for double bass and one for viola), string quartets, piano pieces, and other miscellaneous works.

  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf : String Quintet No.1 A Major

    19:13

    KUBIN QUARTET : L.CAP, J.NIEDERLE, P.VÍTEK, J.ZEDNÍČEK
    JIŘÍ HOŠEK - violoncello Ostrava 1998
    Allegro - Menuetto.Andantino - Finale.Allegretto e scherzando

  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf : String Quartet No.4 C Major

    16:44

    KUBIN QUARTET : L.CAP, J.NIEDERLE, P.VÍTEK, J.ZEDNÍČEK
    Ostrava 1998
    Allegro - Menuetto.Allegro assai - Andante e con gusto

  • Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf: Sinfonia Concertante for Viola & Double bass, Maly, Posta

    24:20

    Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf - Sinfonia Concertante for Viola, Double bass and Orchestra
    Lubomir Maly, viola, Frantisek Posta, double bass, , Dvorak Chamber Orchestra, Frantisek Vajnar, conductor. Cadenza P.Doktor, arrangement L.Maly.

    I. Allegro 7:48
    II. Andantino 7:06
    III. Menuetto 3:36
    IV. Allegro ma non troppo 5:43

    “Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf, original name (until 1773) Carl Ditters (Nov. 2, 1739, Vienna, Austria-Oct. 24, 1799, Rothlhotta Castle, Neuhof, Bohemia [now Nové Dvory, Czech Republic]), violinist and composer of instrumental music and of light operas that established the form of the singspiel (a comic opera in the German language).

    A brilliant child violinist, Ditters played regularly at the age of 12 in the orchestra of Prince von Sachsen-Hildburghausen and later in the orchestra of the Vienna opera. He became friendly with the composer Christoph Gluck and accompanied him in 1761 to Bologna, Italy. There Ditters gained considerable celebrity with his violin playing. In 1765 he became director of the orchestra of the bishop of Grosswardein.

    In 1773 he was ennobled by Empress Maria Theresa under the name Ditters von Dittersdorf to enable his appointment as Amtshauptmann (district administrator) of Freiwaldau.

    In about 1779 he formed a close friendship with Joseph Haydn, who directed five of his operas at Eszterháza, and from 1783 he played in string quartets in Vienna with W.A. Mozart (on at least one famous occasion joined by Haydn and Johann Vanhal, then a popular composer of string quartets).

    In 1795, following the bishop’s death, Ditters was dismissed with a small pension. Poor and broken in health, he accepted a post with Baron Ignaz von Stillfried at Rothlhotta Castle in Bohemia. On his deathbed he dictated his autobiography, which is of great interest to students of 18th-century music.” (The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica)

  • Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf: Sinfonia No.2 in D major, La Chûte De Phaéton

    19:52

    Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf - Sinfonia No.2 In D Major, La Chûte De Phaéton (The Fall of Phaeton), after Ovid’s Metamorphoses, Prague Chamber Orchestra, Karel Synek (bassoon – Andante), Bohumil Gregor (conductor)
    1.Adagio Non Molto. Allegro – 00:00
    2.Andante – 06:23
    3.Tempo Di Minuetto – 11:18
    4.Finale: Vivace Ma Non Troppo Presto – Andantino – 15:29

    Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf (2 November 1739 – 24 October 1799) was an Austrian composer and violinist. He was an important composer of the Classical era.

    Carl Ditters had been born in Vienna in November 1739. He began to learn the violin at the age of seven and before long had started to compose. While still a child he was playing in the Prince of Sachsen-Hildburghausen's orchestra and, in 1764, Ditters assumed the post of Kapellmeister at the court of Ádám Patachich, Hungarian nobleman and Bishop of Nagyvárad. While in this post, which provided him with an orchestra and some singers, he composed much instrumental and vocal music. It was after this Bishop had disbanded his musical establishment that Ditters moved to Johannisberg, residence of Count Schaffgotsch, the Prince-Bishop of Breslau. He accepted the post of Hofkomponist (court composer) in 1771, and it was during his tenure at Johannesberg that most of his creative output was produced. Over the next twenty years he wrote symphonies, string quartets and other chamber music. Among his 120-or-so symphonies are twelve programmatic ones based on Ovid's Metamorphoses, although only six have survived (and have also been recorded).

    In about 1779 he formed a close friendship with Joseph Haydn, who directed five of his operas at Eszterháza. Dittersdorf was also the music teacher of Johann Baptist Vanhal. About 1785, Haydn, Dittersdorf, Mozart and Vanhal played string quartets together. Haydn and Dittersdorf played the violins; Mozart, the viola; and Vanhal, the cello (on at least one famous occasion joined by Haydn and Johann Vanhal, then a popular composer of string quartets).

  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf -- Sinfonia Concertante in D major for Viola, Double Bass and Orchestra

    17:25

    Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf (1739-1799), Sinfonia Concertante in D major for Viola, Double Bass and Orchestra
    Soloists:
    Gabriel Bala Ciolanescu – Viola
    Stefan Thomasz – Double Bass
    Orchestra: “Virtuosi of Bucharest”
    Conductor: Horia Andreescu
    Original Score for Cembalo by Stefan Thomasz
    Recorded 1995

  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf : String Quartet No.3 G Major

    18:38

    KUBIN QUARTET : L.CAP, J.NIEDERLE, P.VÍTEK, J.ZEDNÍČEK
    Ostrava 1998
    Moderato - Menuetto - Moderato

  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf : Andantino

    7:18

    Lajos Lencses,Oboe
    Budapest Strings

  • 15 - Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf — Regina Coeli

    8:09

    Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf (1739-1799)
    Regina Coeli
    European Vocal Soloists Berlin
    Breslauer Kammerorchester Leopoldinum
    Dirigent: Stefan Bevier

  • Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf, Cembalokonzert A-Dur, Allegro, Anton von Maron

    7:14

    Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf, August Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf (1739- 1799),
    Allegro, Cembalokonzert A-Dur, Les solistes de Marseille,
    Marga Scheurich, cembalo.
    Mit Gemälden von Anton von Maron (1733-1808)

  • Konzert für Harfe und Orchester- Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf

    8:41

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  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf : String Quintet No.3 C Major

    16:41

    KUBIN QUARTET : L.CAP, J.NIEDERLE, P.VÍTEK, J.ZEDNÍČEK
    JIŘÍ HOŠEK - violoncello Ostrava 1998
    Allegro molto - Andante con moto - Finale.Allemande

  • Sinfonia Concertante - Allegro Karl Ditters Von Dittersdorf

    6:09

    Sinfonia Concertante 1st Movement - Allegro
    Heather Turvey, Viola
    Dale Gosa, Bass
    St. Augustine Orchestra
    March 13th, 2015 - Lightner Museum

  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf Conciertos para Oboe

    1:15:22

    Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf (2 de noviembre de 1739, Viena, Austria - 24 de octubre de 1799, Deštná, República Checa).

    1. Concierto en Re mayor, L. 25b 0:00

    2. Concierto en Do mayor, L. 39 12:38

    3. Concierto para oboe d'amore en La mayor, L. 43b 24:12

    4. Concierto en Do mayor, L. 24 37:08

    5. Concierto en Sol mayor, L. 42 48:59

    6. Concierto en Do mayor, L. 40a 1:04:39

    Lajos Lencsés, Oboe.
    Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra.
    János Rolla, director.

  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf - Viola and Piano F major

    13:42

    played by me....

  • Dittersdorf: Harp Concerto in A major - 3. Rondeau: Allegretto

    3:57

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Dittersdorf: Harp Concerto in A major - 3. Rondeau: Allegretto · Marisa Robles · Academy of St. Martin in the Fields · Iona Brown

    Harp Concertos

    ℗ 1980 Decca Music Group Limited

    Released on: 1990-01-01

    Producer: Chris Hazell
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Kenneth Wilkinson
    Composer: Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • DITTERSDORF | bass concerto urtext | Božo Paradžik LIVE 2007

    7:28

    Karl Ditters von Ditersdorf
    concerto for double bass in E, Urtext-version (edition 2005 G.Henle Verlag, München)
    Instrumentation of the piano reduction for Horns and strings by Božo Paradžik

    Live performance, Pforzheim, Germany, 13th may 2007
    Big concert hall of the Culture and Congress Center

    Božo Paradžik, double bass
    Sebastian Tewinkel, conductor
    Südwestdeutsches Kammerorchester Pforzheim

    Recording gear:
    -MOTU 896HD
    -Schoeps: 2xMK2H, 2xMK2S, 2xMK21;2xNeumann KM183 (for surround rear)
    -Samsung V20 / Win XP / Samplitude by Magix

    Thanks for watching, Božo Paradžik

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  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf - Sinfonia concertante, IVth movement

    3:29

    Sorin Spasinovici - viola
    Octavian Maxim - doublebass

    Alexandru Ganea - conductor, Universitaria Orchestra

    07.12.2014, National University of Music, Bucharest

  • Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf. Oboe Concerto in D major, L.25b

    12:42

    Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf

    Oboe Concerto in D major, L.25b

    I. Allegro 00:00
    II. Adagio 05:53
    III. Allegro assai 09:11

    Lajos Lencés, oboe & oboe d'amore
    Liszt Ferenc Chamber Orchestra
    János Rolla, direction

    Recorded in June 1999 in Budapest

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  • Requiem - Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf | #psm #mielec

    50:45

    28 marca 2018, Kościół pw. Ducha Świętego w Mielcu

    Dyrygent: Ryszard Kusek
    Słowo: ks. Waldemar Ciosek

    Wiktoria Mikołajczyk - sopran
    Jadwiga Huber - mezzosopran
    Marcin Pokusa - tenor
    Krzysztof Kotoński - bas

    Orkiestra kameralna PSM Mielec
    Mielecki Młodzieżowy Chór Kameralny

    Realizacja wideo: aramSTUDIO
    Realizacja dźwięku: Michał Witek
    Oświetlenie: Marian Baum

  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf - Konzert für Kontrabass und Orchester in Es Dur

    15:28

    Claronicum Symphonic Band Project 2010 - Konzert für Kontrabass und Orchester in Es Dur
    Solist: Michael Pistelok, Kontrabass
    Leitung: Leo Wittner
    Live Mitschnitt Konzert vom 30. 10. 2010 in der Sporthalle Gramatneusiedl

    Klarinette: Anna Wittner, Barbara Bogner, Sabine Winkelbauer, Karoline Wittner, Werner Schwab, Günther Ball, Christina Thiess, Karolina Pistelok, Franz Malicek, Katharina Panagl, Lukas Stadlmann
    Es Alt Klarinette: Franz Auer, Barbara Hebenstreit
    Bass Klarinette: Martina Harold, Michaela Grammel, Harald Schlosser
    Kontrabass Klarinette: Marina Wittner
    Flöte: Julia Höllerl, Irene Brauneder, Karin Reda
    Oboe: Eva Prunner, Doris Höllerl
    Fagott: Stefanie Radon, Christina Stranz
    Saxophon: Barbara Bogner, Harald Schlosser
    Horn: Manfred Winkelbauer, Felix Kohlert
    Trompete: Helmut Zsaitsits, Jürgen Horvath, Franz Weintritt, Johannes Dorfmeister
    Posaune: Mario Zsaitsits, Julia Gausterer, Michael Piribauer
    Tuba: Stefan Bachner
    Violine: Maria Patera, Karoline Wittner, Eva Schanznig
    Violoncello: Jing Gatke, Anna Wittner
    Kontrabass: Michael Pistelok, Klaus Hackl
    Gitarre: Walter Schmied
    Schlagzeug: Evelyn Wittner, Wolfgang Dorer, Christian Glöckler, Doris Auer

  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf Concert No. 2 E-Dur Allegro moderato

    5:50

    Josef Semeleders Diploma Examination 18.10.2012 in Vienna
    Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf Concert E-Dur + H.K.Gruber
    String bass / Double bass: Josef Semeleder
    Piano: Anton Schönbeck

    Location: Festsaal Seilerstätte 26

    Website:

    Poor Handcam rec.!

  • Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf Sonata in Eb major V

    3:34

    Viola - Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf Sonata in Eb major V, played by Mike Chau


    Viola Concertos


    ABRSM Viola Exam Pieces Grade 1-8 2012-2015 (Solo)

  • K.D. von Dittersdorf Concerto Double Bass Mandolin Orchestra

    6:20

    Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf (1739-1799) Concerto E-Major (Allegro moderato) for Double Bass and Mandolin Orchestra, played by Matteo Gaspari (Double Bass, Kontrabass), Mandolin Orchestra Ettlingen / Germany, arranged by Detlef Tewes, conducted by Boris Björn Bagger, sheet music available for several instruments:

    Zupforchester Musik

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