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Kalkbrenner, Friedrich Friedrich Kalkbrenner
Allemagne Allemagne
(1785 - 1849)

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Kalkbrenner, Friedrich: "La Femme du Marin" for Flute & Harp

"La Femme du Marin" for Flute & Harp
Opus 139
Friedrich Kalkbrenner




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Compositeur :Friedrich KalkbrennerFriedrich Kalkbrenner (1785 - 1849)
Instrumentation :

Flute et Harpe

Genre :

Classique

Arrangeur :
Editeur :
Friedrich KalkbrennerMagatagan, Mike (1960 - )
Droit d'auteur :Public Domain
Friedrich Wilhelm Michael Kalkbrenner (1785 – 1849) was a pianist, composer, piano teacher and piano manufacturer. German by birth, Kalkbrenner studied at the Paris Conservatoire starting at a young age and eventually settled in Paris, where he lived until his death in 1849. For these reasons, many historians refer to Kalkbrenner as being a French composer.

At his peak, Kalkbrenner was considered to be the foremost pianist in Europe. The only serious rival he had was Johann Nepomuk Hummel. When Frédéric Chopin came to Paris, Kalkbrenner suggested that Chopin could benefit by studying in one of Kalkbrenner's schools. It was not until the late 1830s that Kalkbrenner's reputation was surpassed by the likes of Chopin, Thalberg and Liszt.

Kalkbrenner was a prolific composer of a multitude of piano works (altogether more than 200), piano concertos, and operas.

Author of a famous method of piano playing (1831) which was in print until the late 19th century, he ran in Paris what is sometimes called a "factory for aspiring virtuosos" and taught scores of pupils from as far away as Cuba. His best piano pupils were Marie Pleyel and Camille-Marie Stamaty. Through Stamaty, Kalkbrenner's piano method was passed on to Louis Moreau Gottschalk and Camille Saint-Saėns.

He was one of the few composers who through deft business deals became enormously rich. Chopin dedicated his first piano concerto to him. Kalkbrenner published transcriptions of Beethoven's nine symphonies for solo piano decades before Liszt did the same. He was the first to introduce long and rapid octave passages in both hands – today so familiar from 19th century piano music – into his piano texture.

Today he is not so much remembered because of his music, but because of his alleged vanity. Kalkbrenner was convinced that, after the death of Mozart, Beethoven and Haydn, he was the only classical composer left, and he never hesitated to let the world know this. Although of humble origins, he had a lifelong aspiration to be an aristocrat and delighted in rubbing shoulders with the nobility in London and Paris. He is invariably described as a somewhat pompous, formal, overly polite, yet intelligent and business-wise and extremely shrewd man. He was the target of many anecdotes during his own lifetime and bitingly satirised by the German poet Heinrich Heine.

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

Although originally written for Piano, I created this Interpretation of "La Femme du Marin" (Opus 139) for Flute & Concert (Pedal) Harp.
Ajoutée par magataganm, 16 Avr 2020
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