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Raff, Joachim Joachim Raff
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(1822 - 1882)

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Raff, Joachim: "Humoreske in Walzerform" for Winds & Strings

"Humoreske in Walzerform" for Winds & Strings
Opus 159
Joachim Raff




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Compositeur :Joachim RaffRaff, Joachim (1822 - 1882)
Instrumentation :

Vents & Orchestre Cordes

Genre :

Classique

Arrangeur :
Editeur :
Joachim RaffMagatagan, Mike (1960 - )
Date :1870
Droit d'auteur :Public Domain
One of several forgotten Romantic composers whose works found a performance renaissance near the twentieth century's end, Joachim Raff was the son of a German organist from Württemberg. The family had modest resources, and Raff's only formal education consisted of teacher-training studies at a Jesuit school. But he was determined on a musical career and taught himself the essentials of composition.

Raff eventually sent some of his piano music to Mendelssohn, who recommended them for publication. Encouraged, the young composer moved to Zurich, continuing to teach himself from treatises. In 1845 Liszt played a concert in Basle, and, in a journey reminiscent of Bach's supposed pilgrimage to hear Buxtehude a century and a half before, Raff walked all the way there to hear it. He met Liszt and showed him some of his music; the great virtuoso-composer took Raff back to Germany and got him a job in a music shop in Cologne. However, Raff also became a critic, and his writings so antagonized certain local personalities that he was forced to leave the city. He settled in Stuttgart, where he formed a lifelong friendship with the conductor Hans von Bülow.

In 1846 he finally met Mendelssohn and made plans to study with him. However, Mendelssohn died in November of that year. Once again Liszt came to the rescue, finding a job for Raff in Hamburg as a representative of his publisher's firm, Schuberth. When Liszt gained a position as kapellmeister in Weimar, he hired Raff as an assistant. Like most composers, Liszt found the mundane part of the job, like making fair copies of the music to send to printers and extracting parts, to be tedious and uncreative, and he was happy to be able to delegate it to an employee; in addition, Raff orchestrated some of Liszt's early symphonic poems (some of which Liszt revised in later years when he was more skilled at orchestration).

In 1856 Raff gave up that position and moved to Wiesbaden to give piano lessons and compose. Raff had closely studied music of past eras, and as a result he saw his mission as one of reconciliation between the latest developments in music and the techniques of the past. Thus, many of his works combine Baroque counterpoint and Classical forms with his own generation's interest in program music. In 1877 Raff was appointed director of the Hoch Conservatory, and held the post until his death. He taught composition; among his pupils was the American, Edward MacDowell.

Raff's music was very highly regarded during his lifetime, a judgment that has not been seconded by history. Some commentators of the time ranked him with Wagner and Brahms. His music is well crafted, with brilliant orchestration and strong melodies; in fact, its entertaining qualities, it is now clear, damaged the music's durability by resembling too closely the salon music of the time. He was highly prolific, writing eleven symphonies (most of which have programs), and numerous other symphonic works and concertos. He wrote six operas, four of which have never been performed, and a huge amount of piano and chamber music.

"Humoreske in Walzerform" (Opus 159) is a delightful confection by Raff in his most relaxed vein. In the first half he spins out a sequence of six good natured waltz melodies in as many minutes. Each is of beguiling tunefulness, strongly contrasted with its predecessor in both melodic character and tempo.The second half of the piece sees Raff play with some of these tunes and add even more before launching into a mock-serious fugal episode which in turn leads to stretta finish. The Humoreske was written in Wiesbaden in the Summer of 1870 and published by Bote & Bock in November of the following year. In 1893 Debussy made an arrangement of the work for solo piano, which faithfully preserves the original's texture.

Source: Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joachim_Raff).

Although originally composed for Piano Duet (4 Hands), I created this Interpretation of the "Humoreske in Walzerform" (Opus 159) for Winds (Piccolo, Flute, Oboe, Bb Clarinet, English Horn, French Horn & Bassoon ) & Strings (2 Violins, Viola & Cello).

Download the sheet music here: https://musescore.com/user/13216/scores/5624520
Source / Web :MuseScore
Ajoutée par magataganm le 2019-06-28
Partition centrale :Humoreske in Walzerform, 159 (2 partitions)



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