DANZI: Wind Quintet in G Minor, Op. 56, No. 2
Wind Quintet in G Minor, Op. 56, No. 2
performed by the Berlin Chamber Consort
A concert recording from the German UNESCO
World Heritage Site Maulbronn Monastery
DDD · Duration: 13 Min. 33 Sec.
Digital Album · 4 Tracks
ranz Danzi, a contemporary Beethovens, is the son of the Italian Cellisten Innocenzo Danzi, a member of the famous Mannheimer chapel under Johann Stamitz. Already at the age of 15 years Franz Danzi joined this orchestra likewise as Cellist. 1798, after he some years with its wife, who became singer Margarethe Marchand, which had bereist European foreign country, Danzi as Vizekapellmeister to Munich appoints, where he urauffuehrte and others its opera "Iphigenie in Aulis". From 1807 to 1812 Franz Danzi worked as Hofkapellmeister and a teacher of the royal institute for art in Stuttgart, before he followed 1812 a call to Karlsruhe, where a new yard theatre in the klassizistischen style had been built briefly before. Here one heard among other things under its line. Weber " free contactor " as well as factories of Mozart, Beethoven and Cherubini. The available Quintett developed for its in of Paris living composer colleagues Anton Reicha during Danzis Karlsruher time and is dedicated like the two other factories of the Op.56. As is the case for all its Blaeserquintetten Danzi adheres also here strict to the viersaetzige record sequence. Special attention finds thereby the Menuett, which stripped with remarkably rapid time measure also the last linkage to the hoefischen recordrecord record and with its Trio time-usual Volksmusik Intonationen space gives.
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