Uncataloged Microfilm -- H-K wanhal, johann Baptist. Concerto per Viola Concertante violino primo F major. 55M1224 Hle, Georgio de la. Octo Missae. Antwerp Plantini, 1578. http://www.lib.unc.edu/music/film/filmhijk.html
Southern Miss Clarinet Studio: Repertoire wanhal, johann, Sonata in Eb Major. Weber, Carl Maria von, Quintet, Op. 34. Weber, Carl Maria von, Concertino, Op. 26, 1811. Weber, Carl Maria von http://www.nonseq.org/clarinet/repertoire.php
Extractions: Repertoire Instrumentation Composer All Unaccompanied Concerto Clarinet Quintet Woodwind Quintet All Adams Albright Andriessen Arnold Babin Baker Bartok Bassett Bassi Bax Benjamin Bentzon Berg Berio Bernstein Boulez Bozza Brahms Cahuzac Caravan Carter Castelnuovo-Tedesco Chihara Cooke Copland Crusell Danzi Debussy Denissow Desportes Devienne Donatoni Etler Finzi Francaix Gade Gaussin Gotkovsky Guastavino Haba Harvey Havelaar Heiden Hindemith Honegger Horowitz Ireland Jacob Janssen Karg-Elert Keuris Kokai Krenek Krommer Kupferman Laporte Larsen Leeuw Loevendie Lunde Lutoslawski Maarten Mandat Manevich Martino Martinu Mason Mefano Mendelssohn Messiaen Milhaud Molter Mozart Muczynski Musgrave Nielsen Osborne Paganini Penderecki Pierne Pleyel Poulenc Pousseur Prokofiev Raaf Rabaud Ran Redgate Reger Reynolds Rheinberger Rieuner Rivier Rossini Rozsa Rueff Saint-Saens Sari Scelsi Schmitt Schumann Sciarrino Sculthorpe Seiber Shaw Sierra Sikorski Singier Skrowaczewski Smith Spohr Stamitz Stamitz Stockhausen Stravinsky Sutermeister Tartini Tomasi Tower Vaughan Williams Villiers Stanford Walker Wanhal Weber Wellesz Woof Yun Composer Title Date Adams, John
258 VANHAL, JOHANN BAPTIST, 1739-1813. 258b /note wanhal, johann BAPTIST. see VANHAL, johann BAPTIST, 17391813. 261 WENDLING, johann BAPTIST, 1723-1797. Trio sonatas, op. 5 http://www.lib.virginia.edu/dmmc/Music/MackaySmith/mackay9.html
Extractions: TITLE : SIX Sonatas In three Parts Two for one German Flute one Violin and a Bass Two for two German Flutes and a Bass AND Two for three German Flutes without a Bass COMPOSED BY Charles Frederick Weideman OPERA TERZA London Printed for the Author, and sold at his Lodgings in Angel Court, Windmill Street, near the upper End of the Hay Market. Price 10s=6d
Ragtime Alphbetic Index ASCAP); Save New Year s Eve For Me (John Paul Hudson Natalie Charlson 1965) . Wand Garret Dallas Blues (1912); wanhal, johann Sonata in Bflat http://www.rtpress.com/titles.htm
Extractions: Index Sue Keller plays a few tunes Here's the alphabetic listing of the song titles and authors available at this site. Unless otherwise indicated, they're live midi performances of ragtime pianist, Sue Keller. Click on any song title to play or download the midi file. 12th Street Rag (Euday Bowman, 1914) A Black Smoke (Charles L Johnson, 1902) Ain't Misbehavin' (Razaf, Waller, Brooks, 1929) After You've Gone Agitation Rag (Robert Hampton, 1915) Aggravatin' Papa Alabama Jubilee Alabamy Bound (Henderson, et. al, 1925) Alaskan Rag (Joseph Lamb, 1959) Alchemist (Glenn Jenks, 1987) Alexander's Ragtime Band (Irving Berlin, 1911) All the Money (Raymond Birch, 1908) Alligator Crawl (Fats Waller, 1924) Am I Blue ASCAP Ann's Rag (Dave Walker, 1986) Arkansas Blues Atomic Shuffle (Ross Petot, 1986) Aviation Rag (Mark Janza, 1905) Backwater Blues (Bessie Smith, 1927, ASCAP Bacon Grease (Christopher Seppe, 1987) Bag of Rags (W.R. McKanlass, 1913)
Clarinet wanhal, johann, Sonata No. 2, Southern Music Weber, Carl Maria von, Concertino, Op. 26, Southern (16 Solos). ORCHESTRAL STUDIES. Beethoven, Symphonies No. http://www.wku.edu/~john.cipolla/wabus398/clarinethome.htm
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Extractions: Recital and Chamber Music Arnold, Malcolm Sonatina Bacewicz, Grazyna Polish Caprice Bartok, Bela Contrasts for clarinet, violin and piano Beethoven, L. van Trio, op. 11 for clarinet, cello and piano Trio, op. 38 for clarinet, cello and piano Septet, op. 20 for clarinet, horn, bassoon, violin, viola, cello and double bass Berg, Alban Four Pieces, op. 5 Bergman, Erik Mana for clarinet, violin, cello and piano Bozza, Eugene Aria Bucolique Caprice-Improvisation Brahms, Johannes Sonata no. 1 Sonata no. 2 Trio for clarinet, cello and piano Quintet for clarinet and string quartet Bremer, Carolyn Sonata Sciamachy for flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano Bruch, Max Eight Pieces, op. 83 for clarinet, viola and piano Busoni, Ferruccio Elegie Early Character Pieces Chausson, Ernest Andante et Allegro Chin, Kyu Yung Samgak Constant, Franz Evasion Danzi, Franz Sonata in B flat major De Boeck, Auguste Impromptu Debussy, Claude Premiere Rhapsodie Eliasson, Anders Ombra for clarinet and string quartet Finzi, Gerald Five Bagatelles Francaix, Jean
W Composers Index Wallmann, johannes; Wallnofer, Adolf; Walmisley, Thomas II Attwood Wang, Xiaohan; wanhal, johann Baptist; Wanski, Jan I; Warbeck, Stephen; Ward, John http://www.geocities.com/musiclassical/composers/w.html
Extractions: aMUSIClassical directory A B C D ... Z WACHMANN, Eduard (1836-1908) WADDLE, P. Kellach (1967 - ) Wade, John Wadenpfuhl, Jay Waefelghem, Louis van Waegeman, Geert Waelput, Hendrik Waelrant, Hubert WAELRANT, Hubert (c.1517-1595) WAGENAAR, Diderik (DEE dah rik VAH khuh nahr) ( 1946 - )Dutch Wagemans, Peter-Jan Wagenaar, Diderik WAGENAAR, Johan (1862-1941) WAGENSEIL, Georg Christoph (1715-1777) WAGER, Gregg (1958 - ) Wagner, Christoph Maria WAGNER, Georg Gottfried (1698-1756) WAGNER, Gotthhard (1678-1738)
Extractions: Naxos Worldwide Sites: Choose Country Global Site Australia Canada China Denmark Finland France Germany Hong Kong Japan Korea New Zealand Norway Sweden UK USA E-mail Password New Releases Artists Composers Labels ... V The public perception of Johann Baptist Wanhal has changed little since his death in 1813. The biographical articles in Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart (1951) and The New Grove (1980), both written by the same author, were based upon the identical early 19th-century authors. So too were all incidental articles written subsequent to Wanhals death. They reflect the questionable comprehension and biases of the original authors: Dr Charles Burney, whose single visit with Wanhal occurred in 1772, Gottfried Johann Dlabacz, his Bohemian compatriot who stayed with him in Vienna for some time in 1795, and an anonymous Viennese author whose necrology seems to have been mostly based upon rumour and filtered through the interpretations of authors such as Gerber and Rochlitz. The following presents my own interpretation based upon rereading the sources in the light of recent investigations of the Viennese musical scene. Detailed discussion, including my reasons for spelling his name with a "W", may be found in my book, Johann Wanhal, Viennese Symphonist, His Life and His Musical Environment, published by Pendragon Press in 1997. Wanhals life may be divided into five periods. The first lasted from his birth as a bonded servant on 12 May 1739 in the Bohemian village of Nechanicz until he moved to Vienna to begin his career in 1760 or 1761. During these twenty years he received excellent training from fine teachers in several Bohemian towns and villages so that he became an accomplished violinist and organist, and a composer of both instrumental and church music. At the same time he prepared himself for a move to Vienna by learning to speak German. His attractive personal characteristics (happy, modest, honest, personal warmth, good looks, personal deportment, deeply religious, etc.) together with his pragmatic and independent spirit foretold his later success.
Sheet Music Plus - Luigi Verdi Search Results By Ada Richter; Anonymous; Carl Czerny; F.D. Marchetti; Franz Joseph Haydn; Giacomo Puccini; Guiseppe F Verdi; johann Baptist wanhal; johann F.F. Burgmuller http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/a/search.html?id=50330&select=composer&more=Luigi
Index Of Composers wanhal, johann Baptist (17391813). WEBER, Carl Maria von (1786-1826). WERNER, Josef (1695-1766). WIENIAWSKI, Henri (1835-1880). WILFERT, Bruno http://www.violinman.com/Violin_Family/history/composer/content.htm
Extractions: VIOLIN FAMILY KINDS LAND SEARCH Index of Composers A B C D ... N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z HISTORY Composers Makers PERFORMERS Violin Viola Cello Bass ... The Roots of Famous Violinists TEACHERS Violin Viola Cello Bass DEALERS Listings Specialist Event LUTHERIE Bibliography Listings Gallery COLLECTING Identification Buying Selling THE INSTRUMENTS Violin Viola Cello Bass ... Tales LINKS Interesting Sites GALLERY Antique Instruments Historical Photos ACCOLAY, Jean Batiste (1845-1910) ALBENTZ, Issac (1680-1909) d'Albert, Eugene (1864-1932) ALBRECHTSBERGER, Johann (1736-1809) ALUMENSTENGEL, Albreckt (1835-1895) AMELLER, Andre (1912- ) ARENSKY, Anton (1861-1906) ARRIAGA, Juan Crisostomo (1806-1826) Top BACH, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750) BACH, Carl Philipp Emanuel (1714-1788) ... BARTOK, Bela (1881-1945) BAZZINI, Antonio (1818-1897) BECKER, Hugo (1863-1941) BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van (1770-1827) BERIOT, Charles de (1802-1870) BIZET, Georges (1838-1875) ... BOLCONM, William (1938- ) BORGHI, Luigi (1745-1806) BORODIN, Alexander (1833-1887)
HOASM: Johann Baptist Vanhal johann Baptist Vanhal wanhal, Jan Krtitel Vanhal; Jan Ignatius. (1739 1813). johann Baptist Vanhal. After early musical study in Bohemia Vanhal went http://www.hoasm.org/XIIC/Vanhal.html
Extractions: After early musical study in Bohemia Vanhal went with Countess Schaffgotsch in about 1761 to Vienna, where he studied with Dittersdorf . From 1769 to 1771 he traveled in Italy. He never held any formal appointments but supported himself with composing and teaching; Pleyel was one of his students. He was a prolific composer, though problems of attribution prevent an accurate count of his compositions. He wrote two operas (now lost) and about sixty Masses. There are over seventy authentic symphonies, numerous concertos, orchestral pieces, many string quartets and trios, keyboard quartets and trios, duos, keyboard sonatas, programmatic works, variations, divertimentos, fantasias; songs.
Extractions: Music Archive Home Other Composers New Scores Revised Scores image of an example page, further information, sound, e-mail address, external Link, PDF-file, compressed postscript file Divertimento for wind quintet (originally in C-major for 2 oboes, 2 horns and bassoon) - arranged and edited with Finale by Klaus Bjerre edition transposed to G-major for flutes flute 1 - parts for flute 1 flute 2 alto flute 1 flute 3 alto flute 2 bass flute/guitar edition transposed to G-major for recorders descant - parts for descant treble tenor bass great bass/contrabass or alternatively guitar edition transposed to Bb-major for brass/saxophone/clarinet quintet or ensemble trumpet 1-2 in Bb - parts for trumpet 1-2 in Bb horn in F trombone in BC tuba in BC
Extractions: Jump to: navigation search Johann Baptist Vanhal Jan KÅtitel VaÅhal also spelled Wanhal Waá¹ hall or Wanhall May 12 August 20 ) was an important classical music composer Born in Nechanice Bohemia to a Czech peasant family, Vanhal received his early training from a local musician. From these humble beginnings he was able to earn a living as a village organist and choirmaster. The Countess Schaffgotsch, who heard him playing the violin, took him to Vienna in where she arranged lessons in composition with Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf . Further patronage helped him to travel and gain further knowledge of music and by the age of 35, he was moving in exalted musical company: it is reported he played quartets with Haydn Mozart and Dittersdorf He was reported to have suffered from an unspecified nervous disorder which eventually went away, but which gave rise to the opinion held by Burney and others that the quality of Vanhal's compositions deteriorated with the disappearance of his condition. Scholars such as Paul Bryan find that "the quality and quantity of the serious works he [Vanhal] composed after 1770, ... belie that assertion."
Music For Violin, Clarinet And Piano Trio! Vanhal (wanhal), johann Baptist ( Jan Krtitel ) ( 1739 1813 ) Title Trio for Clarinet, Violin and Piano, Op. 20, No. 5, in E flat http://www.violinist.com/discussion/response.cfm?ID=7742