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In other works, Bach tended to ask for the chromatic slide of the so called tromba da tirarsi in order to achieve this kind of affection for example, chorus no.

From he was privy councillor in the service of the Princess, a position which nevertheless did not hinder him from continuing to compose and to arrange concerts. Again and again in the course of the Baroque trumpet’s glorious history we find composers who tried to escape the ubiquitous D major straightjacket by coaxing delicate minor modes from this heroic instrument.

Don’t show me this message again. Modulations lead for a short time to D, the parallel major, a key in which the trumpet can more easily move around; but the dramatic culmination with a risky upward leap leads back again to B minor. All in all, a fine disc which is almost self recommending.

Hertel wrote a great number of symphonies, solo concertos, harpsichord sonatas, songs, hymns, cantatas and oratorios. At an early age Johann Wilhelm accompanied his father, an accomplished viol player, on tour at the harpsichord. When the court orchestra was moved to Ludwigslust two years later, Duke Ludwig graciously allowed his dismissal, so that he could remain hertell Schwerin. B minor was at least theoretically an “impossible” key for the natural trumpet, since the tonic is not present in the 3rd octave of the harmonic series and in the upper octave 13th partial, b” is too flat.

Franceschini Sonata a 7 con due Tromb e, in Bologna who wrote trumept passages or even entire works in the minor mode. When this court was dissolved in and his father was pensioned off, he moved to Schwerin, where he held the position of court composer. He also learned the violin, which he studied with Franz Benda.


Johann Wilhelm Hertel – Wikipedia

He died in Schwerin. In his late years he abandoned the violin in favor of keyboard instruments. After further music studies in Zerbst and Berlin, Hertel moved to the Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, where he made a successful career, initially as principal and later becoming court composer, and likewise undertaking teaching. Johann Wilhelm Hertel was born on October 9, in Eisenach and died on June 14, in Schwerin – as the gentle reader will have recognized, he died a month to the day before the outbreak of hhertel French Revolution.

All three movements are of unusually fine musical quality.

Reine Dahlqvist estimates on stylistic grounds that it was composed around In the 3 concertos on this disc, the soloist is given free reign for cantabile playing with the virtuosic element being slightly sidelined. Johann Wilhelm Hertel Hertels sinnliche Begleitharmonien sind ergreifend.

Like his works in general and his Trumpet Concerto No. Welcome to Hyperion Records, an independent British classical label devoted to presenting high-quality recordings of music of all styles and from all periods from the twelfth cncerto to the twenty-first. He is considered an important representative of the ’emotional style’ of the German pre-classic.

Classical Net Review – Hertel – Trumpet Concertos

Trumpet Concerto No 1 in E flat composer. The Trumpet Concerto No. His father Johann Christian Hertel was a wellknown player of the viola da gamba and the violin as well as a composer, and was active in Eisenach and Strelitz Mecklenburg. Like his contemporary Molter, who also wrote three trumpet concertos, Hertel allows the trumpet to participate in the minor rmode by having it begin on a long sustained f ” the fifth degree of the scale.

His father, Johann Christian Hertel — was Konzertmeister from and director of music at the Eisenach court, while his grandfather, Jakob Christian Hertel ca.

September Total duration: Biber Sonata X a 5 and duets nos. Please use the dropdown buttons to set your preferred options, or use the checkbox to accept the defaults. Bauer’s precocity for his instrument is unquestionable and under his direction, the works indeed take on a new lease of life.

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Hertel’s individual movements are usually in three parts a first section at the tonic, preceded by a long multi-partite orchestral introduction; a second one at the dominant, preceded by a somewhat shorter orchestral introduction, also at the dominant; and a third trumoet at the tonic, the orchestral introduction of which is still more compact. Views Read Edit View history. For the similarly-named 20th-century Indologist, see Johannes Hertel.

HERTEL/Tarr Concerto No.3 D major Trumpet/Keyboard

Hertel himself had contact with many of the leading German composers of the day, including Graun and C P E Bach, and was widely regarded. This article is about the 18th-century composer. Heila pupil of J. Trumpet in D, piccolo A, Klavier Serie: Nonetheless the mellow and slim sound of the trumpet shines with a gorgeous beauty that continues to inspire performers and listeners alike.

Johann Wilhelm Hertel 9 October — 14 June was a German composerharpsichord and violin player. He received his early musical training from S. Retrieved from ” https: During the reign of Duke Christian Ludwig IIHertel wrote primarily representative instrumental music, while during the reign of his successor, Frederick II called ‘the pious’ he focused on sacred music.

He was born in Eisenachinto a family of musicians. Today, Hertel’s music seems to be undergoing a modest rediscovery.

Among his pupils there was Carl Friedrich Christian Fasch — Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. The last, cadenza-like trumpet flourish brings in an orchestral conclusion taken from the opening material.

Johann Christian and Johann Wilhelm were a father and son combination, who although directly related, were somewhat different in style and content as the works on this disc amply demonstrate.

The first movement is a good example of the style brought on by the transition of music from the Baroque to the Classical era; the strings set out the melodies and the trumpet follows with its cooncerto distinctive flair.