Jan Ladislav Dussek (), praised by Haydn for his ‘remarkable talents’, wrote this collection of melodic and inventive sonatinas while living in London. Dussek: Sonatina in G Major, Op. , No. 1 (I: Allegro non tanto) Sheet Music for: Piano Includes: One solo score (3 pages) Price: USD. Buy Six Sonatinas Op. 20 (Piano) by DUSSEK at Piano Sheet Music.
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Joseph Haydn, for instance, composed his famous E-flat sonata after playing a piano of greater range lent to him by Dussek. Works are numbered in the order they were written prefixed by “C” or “Craw”; works of dubious origin are listed in a separately numbered section prefixed by “Craw D”.
Dussek – Sonata in C – Harp Column
The evolution of style found in Dussek’s piano writing suggests he pursued an independent line of development, one that anticipated but did not influence early Romanticism. The vast majority of Dussek’s music involves the piano or harp in some way.
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The other highlights of above and beyond his marriage to Sophia included the beginning of a music publishing venture with Sophia’s father Ddussek. In Paris Dussek became a favorite of Marie Antoinettewho tried to dissuade him from going on a performing tour to Milan in Collections of free-scores-admin 5 Hungarian folk songs. His music for that instrument contains a great variety of figuration within a largely diatonic harmony, avoids dangerous chromatic passages and is eminently playable.
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Jan Ladislav Dussek
The textures need to remain clear and you may wish to remind the student who is becoming comfortable with pedalling that the pedal mechanism on the pianos of the time would have exerted less sustaining effect than that of the modern piano.
There is one that is a transcription of a concerto by Jarnovich by Sophia Dussek, I think, that is completely different. Learning the notes and rhythms first, then considering the detail is definitely not a good idea. The remainder of his life he spent performing, teaching and composing in Prussia and France. Share this sheet music Free-scores. Orchestral works were limited to concertos, including 16 for piano one of them had lost and two of them are remained dubious attributionsix for harp three of them lostand one for two pianos.
It is also possible that Dussek’s influence can be seen in Beethoven’s famous Sonata Opus 81a, les Adieux: The melody is mostly in the RH, with the LH providing a quieter accompaniment.
Not only did he write prolifically for the piano, he was an important composer for the harp. It is only effective when played at a brisk tempo, so it is suitable for students sonaginas enjoy fast playing and can show careful attention to expressive detail in phrasing, dynamics and articulation. We recommend that you assign name-surname.
Saul Davis Zlatkovski on October 16, at 5: His compositions also included arrangements of other works, especially opera overtures, for piano.
The sound file of Bars 1 – 9 should be listened to carefully, as the whole character of the piece is shaped by these important opening bars and subsequent articulation is guided by the early choices made here. Some works published by multiple publishers were assigned different sonatinass numbers ; sometimes different works were given then same opus number by different publishers.
Seoid OC on October 12, at 3: A technique dusssk might be new to your student at this stage is finger pedalling. Seoid OC on October 17, at Occasionally, in an otherwise good performance, the piece is taken so fast that the student cannot control the evenness and the phrasing can suffer from a lack of ‘breathing space’.
Dussek – Sonata in C
It seems unlikely that Dussek ever saw Sophia and his daughter Olivia after he left London in ; Sophia had to wait until she knew Dussek had died before she could remarry, which she did in I love him as you do, as he has earned it. Dussek wrote numerous solo piano works, including 34 Piano Sonatas as well as a number of programmatic compositions.
Some of the concerts in and featured both Dussek and Joseph Haydn ; the dusse Haydn wrote quite favorably of Dussek in a letter to the latter’s father following one of the concerts.
In he enrolled in the University of Prague, zonatinas he lasted one semester. There are two editions of the Sonatinas, one by Lawrence, published by Lyra, which is considered standard, and one published in Europe, that is meant to be urtext, but sonatinaas errors and unstylistic ornamentation. Dussek made London his home until