Seconde Simphonie Concertante Pour Deux Hautbois.
More albums of Rodolphe Kreutzer, Joseph François Garnier, Claude Villevieille, Jan Kolár, Talich Chamber Orchestra: Quatuors Et Quintettes Avec Hautbois (Oboenquartette Und -Quintette - Quartets And Quintets With Oboe). Download mp3. Length of track. Concerto Pour Hautbois. In studio record of this music release "Concertos Pour Hautbois (Oboenkonzerte - Oboe Concertos)" attended those artists
Rodolphe Kreutzer (15 November 1766 – 6 January 1831) was a French violinist, teacher, conductor, and composer of forty French operas, including La mort d'Abel (1810). He is probably best known as the dedicatee of Beethoven's Violin Sonata No. 9, Op. 47 (1803), though he never played the work. Kreutzer made the acquaintance of Beethoven in 1798, when at Vienna in the service of the French ambassador, Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte (later King of Sweden and Norway).
Joseph-François Garnier was born in 1755 in Lauris, Vaucluse, to a family of modest means. His father was a shoe-maker in the Place Jean d'Autan. His uncle was a bassoonist, who brought him to Paris to learn the oboe. From 1792, he taught oboe at the National Guard where he became friends with the violinist Rodolphe Kreutzer, who dedicated his oboe concerto to Garnier and with whom Garnier gave the concerto's first performance. Garnier joined the National Conservatory of Music (founded by the Convention) in 1795, where he was one of five professors of oboe (along with Bernard Delcambre, Gebauer, François Félix-Miolan and François Sallantin. Garnier was dominant at the Conservatoire; he was "the savior of the French school of oboe during the Revolution. Oboist Claude Villevieille is largely responsible for the reintroduction of Garnier's concert works into the public awareness.
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Performers Talich Chamber Orchestra (Orchestra, Ensemble) Claude Villevieille (Soloist, oboe) Jan Kolár (Soloist, oboe). Composers Joseph François Garnier 18/1/1755, Lauris, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France † 1825, Paris, France. Date of recording 6 November 1993 - 10 November 1993. Kreutzer, Garnier "Oboenkonzerte". Claude Villevieille, Jan Kolár, Talich Chamber Orchestra. Claude Villevieille, Jan Kolár. Record Label Koch Schwann, 3-1475-2 H1. Year of production 1994. Rodolphe Kreutzer Concerto For Oboe and Chamber Orchestra. Joseph François Garnier Sinfonia concertante No. 2 for 2 Oboes and Chamber Orchestra. 5. 2. Rondo Allegretto. Joseph François Garnier Concerto for Oboe and Chamber Orchestra.
Kreutzer & Garnier: Oboe Concertos. Liner Notes, Oboe, Primary Artist. Simphonie Concertante No. 2 for 2 oboes (or clarinets) & orchestra. Oboe Concerto (incomplete, dubious).
html -- François-Joseph Garnier (Lauris, 18 Jan 1755 - Lauris, 31 March 1825) French oboist, flautist and composer. He studied the oboe with Antoine Sallantin, and from 1775 to about 1808 played in the Paris Opéra orchestra (he was first oboist from 1786). His brother Joseph, known as Garnier le jeune, was a flautist in the Opéra orchestra and composed for the flute.
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|3-1475-2||Rodolphe Kreutzer • Joseph François Garnier, Claude Villevieille, Jan Kolár*, Talich Chamber Orchestra||Rodolphe Kreutzer • Joseph François Garnier, Claude Villevieille, Jan Kolár*, Talich Chamber Orchestra - Concertos Pour Hautbois = Oboenkonzerte = Oboe Concertos (CD, Album)||Koch Schwann||3-1475-2||Germany||1994|