Chronicle of Dutch Music
Music by Dutch composers or performers.
Music by forgotten composers that must have frequently sounded in the concert hall of Felix Meritis in Amsterdam in the first half of the 19th century. You will hear compositions by Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda [pictured] and Peter Joseph Lindpaintner.
1. Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda (1801-1866).
Divertimento for oboe and orchestra, opus 58 ‘Divertissement’.
Hansjörg Schellenberger, oboe. Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana.
2. Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda.
Nocturnes for viola and piano, opus 186 nos 1 until 5.
Brett Deubner, viola. Caroline Fauchet, piano.
3. Peter Joseph Lindpaintner (1791-1856).
Two songs: a. An der Mond. b. Der Herbstabend.
La Violetta: Rodsina Sonnenschmidt, soprano. Harald Knauss, Biedermeier guitar.
4. Peter Joseph Lindpaintner.
Symfonia Concertante in B-flat, for five wind players and orchestra, opus 36.
Aulos Wind quintet. Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra conucted by Bernhard Güller.
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