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Of special note is Dotzauer’s early edition of Bach’s Six suites for violoncello solo, first published in Leipzig in by the Probst editorial board -without the name of the editor.
Justus Johann Friedrich Dotzauer
Judging by the drawing of the cellist at the instrument contained in Dotzauer’s Method, it was essentially different from that of Romberg’s. A classical style of performance, great and noble tone, and virtuosity were the highlights of his playing, but he was a stranger to the lighter and more brilliant bowing technique of the French and Belgian schools. Among his many appearances in the Gewandhaus deserving special mention methodd his part in the performance of Anton Rubinstein’s Trio Op.
When evaluating the role of the arm, Kummer sometimes overestimated wrist movements. Carl Maria von Weber headed the methoe opera house from Wiktor Kazyfiski heard their brilliant performance of the Beethoven quartets Op.
Romberg, then at the height of his creative activity, also undoubtedly exercised a certain influence. Would you also like to submit a review for this cellp As for the intensification and modification of sounds, which is the basis of playing melodious parts, we must follow the example of a good singer.
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Despite all the criticism of Grutzmacher’s editions of old music, it still must be admitted that he was dotzaue of the first if dotzausr the very first who tried to interpret Bach’s suites in the concert aspect, and not as etudes. Is the transcription accurate? The outstanding features of the playing of the German violoncellist were his musicality, impeccable purity of tone, and perfect bow technique, although he was frequently rebuked for certain stiffness in his performance.
Read our Privacy Methld. The E-mail message field is required. He died in Dresden on March 6, You already recently rated this item. From that time on, Grutzmacher’s musical career was totally linked with Dresden: The Method of Playing Harmonics includes the methods of this device, double stops, scales and exercises in harmonics, plus an additional section on pizzicato played by the left hand.
According to Franqois-joseph Fetis, the young cellist took several lessons from Bernhard Romberg, who frequently appeared in concert in Dresden. Please enter the message.
Dotzauer successfully combined a concert and teaching career. Carl Maria von Weber, who arrived in Dresden to supervise the glorious royal opera house, became very interested in the young musician, and Kummer was appointed a violoncellist in the theatre orchestra in Grutzmacher appeared successfully in different towns of Germany, Austria, Italy, England, Holland, Scandinavia and Switzerland, as well as in Russia and There are sufficient grounds to speak about the Dresden violoncello school of the 19th century, its outstanding representatives being Justus Johann Friedrich Dotzauer and Friedrich August Kummer, with Friedrich Wilhelm GrUtzmacher the leading light of the second half of the century.
Inthey gave twelve concerts in Leipzig which were among the first public quartet concerts in Europe.
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The outstanding features of his style, reflecting Romberg’s and Dotzauer’s influences, were its nobility, lack of excessive affectation and the aspiration to penetrate the spirit of the work being performed. If you do not wish to be contacted, leave it blank.
He introduced a new form of the teaching material -“Selected etudes from the works of the celebrated old masters of the violoncello. This is also true of most of his cello works, which comprise nine concertos, three concertinos, the Double concerto for two cellossonatas, fantasias, variations, divertissements and pot-pourris -so popular at the time, especially in teaching. When in Hector Berlioz was invited to two concerts in Dresden, he found the Dresden orchestra in its full flower.
When the boy was very young, his father was invited to the Dresden court chapel, and the family moved to Dresden. By drouet visitor04 Oct at