Heinichen must have proven a considerable talent, for the Dresden Court soon after tapped him as court music director over their established and well respected in-house composer Lotti. Who soon after left!) These compositions find Heinichen moving easily in pure Vivaldi style - as in the Concerto for Oboe . 37, which boasts a sensational aria-like second movement backed by plucked strings, a Heinichen specialty . The concertos on this set were recorded in November 1998. Historical performance considerations are up to date as of that date. I find these concertos improve with repeated listening - a mark of Heinichen's cunning use of middle voices, the composer writing with four integral voices.
Fiori Musicali, Johann David Heinichen - Dresden Wind Concertos. CD Info: Johann David Heinichen - Dresden Wind Concertos. Fiori Musicali, Thomas Albert. Label: CPO Catalog 999 637-2 Format: CD, Album Country: Germany Released: 1998 Genre: Classical Style: Baroque. Tracklist: 1 Concerto for 2 oboes and orchestra in E minor, . 22; I. Vivace 2:31 2 II.
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Heinichen - Dresden Wind Concertos (Dean, Stadler). 1. 01. Concerto for 2 oboes & orchestra in E minor, . 22 - 1. Vivace. Mozart - Piano concertos - Buchbinder. Monn - Various concertos. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Mozart - 6 Violin Concertos - Thomas Zehetmair, Philharmonia Orchestra. Moods, Impressions & Reminiscences.
Heinichen, Johann David (1683-1729). Heinichen: Concerto in A minor for oboe, Seibel 212. Heinichen: Concerto in D major for transverse flute, Seibel 225. Heinichen: Concerto in E minor for transverse flute and violin, Seibel 218. Heinichen: Concerto in E minor for two oboes, Seibel 222. Heinichen: Concerto in G minor for oboe, Seibel 237.
Dresden Wind Concertos. XW. Classic Produktion Osnabrück. Release group information. Artist: Johann David Heinichen; Fiori Musicali, Thomas Albert.
German Baroque composer and music theorist who brought the musical genius of Venice to the court of the Elector of Saxony, Augustus the Strong (August der Starke), in Dresden. Then he went to Italy where he spent 7 years, mostly in Venice
Johann David Heinichen Composer. Concerto for violin, 2 oboes, 2 flutes, 2 bassoons & strings in G, Seibel 213 Work. back to top ^. Similar Albums. Johann David Heinichen: Dresden Concerti. Telemann: Overture; Concertos. Telemann: Chamber Concertos. Naxos featured album.