Danbi Um violin His enormous Stradivari, later inherited by his son, is still known as the “Servais” cello. Give to the TSO. HAYDN  Sonata No. that includes works from the standard repertoire and the Maurice RAVEL  Piano Trio in A minor ▪ 1914 String Quintets are rather rare items in the chamber music world, and one of this quality deserves attention. The Countess took piano lessons with Beethoven and, judging by the works dedicated to her, she was a pianist gifted with refinement and insight rather than virtuosity. The son of a Greek scholar, Scott (1879–1970) was sent to the Hoch Conservatory in Frankfurt at age 12 to study music with Engelbert Humperdinck and Lazzaro Uzielli, one of Germany’s finest piano pedagogues. She divulged that she wrote rapidly: “I get a whole movement in my head before I touch paper. Born in Messkirch to a respected Swabian burgher, Kreutzer (1780–1849) is considered a minor master of the Biedermeier epoch. Paul Neubauer viola, Michael HAYDN  Divertimento in Eb Major MH 9 ▪ 1754–1757 Performance by James Levine and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Mozart: Rondo for Violin and Orchestra, K. 250/248b “Haffner” Mozart: Adagio for Violin and Orchestra, K. 261 Mozart: Piano Concerto No. He also founded the New Munich School of composition. 2 in D minor ▪ 1891 9, K. 271 “Jeunehomme” Mozart: Symphony No. Gedike was Nikolai Medtner’s first cousin (his father Fyodor was the brother of Medtner’s mother).   â–ª irresistibly appealing and mellifluous, the Trio for piano, clarinet, and a prominent, haunting horn part is by Brahms’s only composition pupil. His book, Climbing Reminiscences of the Dolomites, was published in English in 1896, shortly after the Italian edition, and is still regarded as a classic in climbing literature. 2 in G Major Op. Her works won several prizes and were well regarded by Brahms, Liszt, Berlioz, Woldemar Bargiel, Joachim, and the critic Eduard Hanslick, among others. Baussnern was remarkably prolific and composed in almost every musical genre. Scharwenka’s memoirs also disclose that all his life he felt “completely German, a Protestant Christian,” brought up in the spirit of German Romanticism and the great piano tradition of Schumann, Mendelssohn, and Brahms. The poet Klaus Groth, friend of the self-taught Jenner, arranged for Jenner to study in Hamburg with Eduard Marxsen, whose most famous student was Brahms. A pupil of Rimsky-Korsakov at the St. Petersburg Conservatory, Arensky graduated with a gold medal, then became one of the youngest professors ever to teach at the Moscow Conservatory, where he was influenced by Tchaikovsky and Sergei Taneyev. The first known recording of the Jupiter Symphony is from 1913, at the dawn of the recording era, making it one of the first symphonies to be recorded using the earliest recording technology. He promptly enrolled at the Brussels Conservatory as Platel’s pupil, won a first prize a year later, and from 1829 became Platel’s teaching assistant. In 1808, Spohr rehearsed the “Ghost” with Beethoven at the latter’s home. His importance as a composer and to German musical life was finally acknowledged in 1890 when given a professorship and a master class in composition at the Berlin Academy, where he taught until his retirement in 1910. 152 West 66th Street, New York, NY 10023. 4 ▪ 1899 Jacques IBERT  Trio for Violin, Cello and Harp ▪ 1944 Her father, especially, gave her the best education possible and even tutored her in subjects not offered to women in schools, and he also taught her the piano. In 1900 he won the Rubinstein Competition for Composition in Vienna.   â–ª Griffes was born in Elmira, New York. Items. Description. The playful finale concludes with brilliant, scurrying virtuoso phrases and short fugues that belie the composer’s advanced years. 70 No. In December 1799 he left for Vienna to study composition under Joseph Haydn until Haydn’s death in 1809. At age 6 her “extraordinary facility in music, singing, and harmonising correctly by ear” was apparent; at age 12 she studied with Samuel Wesley, the cathedral organist, and started composing the following year. He also met Mahler and Goldmark, and got to know Brahms. Gustav JENNER  Trio in Eb Major ▪ 1897 We give thanks to The Howard Hanson Collection, Sibley Music Library, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester for their gift of the music. Mei Ying, Manager Mozart - Symphony No. His submissions in 1876 and 1877 also won first prize. Haslinger of Vienna published it in 1839 with a dedication to the princess. When this piece was first performed at the exam on 14 July 1910, Debussy sat on the jury to hear 11 candidates. She graduated first in her class of 10 in a mere 2 years in 1878 in an era when women’s creativity was largely scorned. Before leaving Vienna to return to Poland, Lessel performed as a pianist and in a string ensemble in Lwów with, among others, Karol Lipiński. Jennifer Frautschi violin Renowned in his day but now forgotten, La Tombelle (1854–1928) was a remarkable, cultivated Renaissance man—a composer, virtuoso pianist and organist, pedagogue and lecturer, poet and writer, folklorist and photographer, talented amateur painter, excellent cyclist, and he was keen on astronomy, archaeology, and gastronomy as well. In 1888 Marxsen, in turn, sent Jenner to Vienna to study with Brahms. He studied in Berlin; and upon returning to the U.S. in 1907, he became the director of music studies at the Hackley School for boys in Tarrytown for 13 years, until his death at age 35 from influenza during the pandemic. Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players “This was music-making of a very high order” “at the Jupiter concerts, there is always so much about which to be enthusiastic.” “the rarities glittered like jewels” Fred Kirshnit, The New York Sun view more reviews. Born in Paris, La Tombelle was first taught by his mother (a pupil of Thalberg and Liszt) and influenced by his teachers Alexandre Guilmant (the virtuoso organist) and Théodore Dubois, and his friend and advisor Camille Saint-Saëns. In 1901 he went to Warsaw for 3 years to study harmony, counterpoint, and composition privately. Overview. 88 (K. 581a) ▪ 1789 41 in C Major, K. 551 “Jupiter” I. Allegro vivace II. Benjamin Beilman violin In 1909 he was appointed professor of piano at the Moscow Conservatory, and from 1919 he taught classes in chamber music and organ. Her subsequent violin studies with Engelbert Röntgen led to her marriage to his son, the German-Dutch composer and pianist, Julius Röntgen. The great German poet told Mendelssohn’s teacher, Carl Friedrich Zelter, “What your pupil already accomplishes bears the same relation to the Mozart of that time, that the cultivated talk of a grown-up person does to the prattle of a child.” Few relationships were as important to Mendelssohn as his friendship with Goethe, whom he frequently visited, played for, and corresponded with. 2 in A minor Op. Frank BRIDGE  Piano Quintet in D minor ▪ 1912 non-frames pages. William Hagen violin, Wilhelm Friedemann BACH  Duet No.   â–ª in the late Classical–early Romantic style, the charming Quintet is written for the unusual combination of piano, flute, clarinet, viola, and cello with the piano as primus inter pares, first among equals—each movement a winner bearing a variety of melodic gifts and revealing a lively feeling for rhythm and color. The oldest and favorite son of JS Bach, WF was an organ virtuoso whose improvisations equaled his father’s. Stay tuned for details on our momentous 100th season in 2021/22! The Serenade was popular until World War II. Benjamin Beilman violin Description. The “Black Mahler”—son of a Sierra Leonean Creole father and English mother—was named Samuel after the poet, and in 1890 at age 15 he entered the Royal College of Music as a violin student. She then toured as a concert pianist in Russia and Europe, and started composing about 1870, beginning with choruses for the Imperial Chapel Choir. At his zenith, Scharwenka had financial security, the respect of his colleagues, official honors, and widespread fame as both composer and virtuoso pianist, renowned for his beautiful, sonorous, singing tone and as an interpreter of Chopin’s music. Other close friends were Berlioz, Chopin, Liszt (later estranged), the Schumanns (Robert and Clara), Brahms, and Wagner, to whom he was a confidant and whose advice he greatly valued. ▪ influenced by Josef Rheinberger ~ a rich, late Romantic soundscape of engaging, resplendent melodies and moods for the uncommon instrumentation of violin, viola, and piano. In 1881 he settled in Kraków and became director of the Kraków Music School, which he helped develop into a full-fledged conservatory, all the while teaching. Born in Hamburg, Mendelssohn grew up in Berlin. 2 in G Major Op. ERIK BOSGRAAF recorder. Vadim Lando clarinet, Claude DEBUSSY  Première rhapsodie ▪ 1909 He later arranged the Sonata as a Quintet for piano, 2 violins, viola and cello (Op. Charles Wakefield CADMAN  Piano Trio in D Major Op. Charles Griffes became her close friend after they met in 1917. He was praised for his intense pure sound, flawless intonation, and acrobatic technique. Vadim Lando clarinet, SCHUBERT  String Trio in Bb Major D. 581 ▪ 1817 Amanda MAIER  Piano Quartet in C minor ▪ 1891 His creativity, however, languished. Coleridge-Taylor was proud to be “an Englishman” even though he suffered intense racism. It filled my entire heart, but I kept it carefully hidden from him in shyness and restraint.” After his early success as a composer, Kahn won respect as a performer and teacher as well until his vilification by the Nazis, who suppressed his work. MeiYingManager Michael VolpertArtistic Director. When a grave illness forced him to retire in 1884, Hiller recommended Brahms and his pupil Max Bruch as his successors. Brahms visited in 1865, and they became uneasy friends (not uncommon in relationships with the greater man), but two years later Goetz enjoyed an annus mirabilis when he married, resumed contact with von Bülow and met [Joachim] Raff, who recommended him to the music publishers Breitkopf und Härtel.” His opera Der Widerspenstigen Zähmung was presented in Vienna, and his great admirers included the conductor Felix Weingartner and George Bernard Shaw. Born in Woodville, Mississippi, his father was the town bandmaster. Bruch is best remembered for his Scottish Fantasy, Kol Nidrei, and 3 violin concerti. He began to compose and play the piano at an early age. String Quartet on the Theme “B-la-F” ▪ 1886 The Austrian composer of Savoyard ancestry was born in 1861 in the then Austrian town of Bozen in South Tyrol (now in Italy and called Bolzano). By the standards of his time his best work had been serious and thoughtful, producing its effect by technical skill and controlled vigour rather than by any very immediate lyrical impulse.... Mercadante clearly demands consideration as a composer in his own right.”, Giacomo PUCCINI  Crisantemi “Chrysanthemums” ▪ 1890 23, K. 488 Mozart: Symphony No. The music publisher Barbara Garvey Jackson has said that Price’s “methods are actually quite close to Dvořák’s in the way she approaches the use of ethnic materials (both of the Old and the New Worlds).”, See also afrovoices.com/florence-price-biography/, Antonín DVOŘÁK  Piano Quintet No. His own compositions were influenced by Schumann. He died four days before his 36th birthday in 1876. Sara Levy née Itzig—patron and salonnière, gifted musician, and collector of music—had a powerful impact on Prussian-Jewish life and the Enlightenment in Berlin. There, he sang in the Benedictine Abbey and studied the organ, piano, and violin. Ritter diverted Thuille’s attention to opera of Wagnerian proportions and encouraged the young composer to cultivate bold harmonic ideas.” During the last part of his life, Thuille was a music professor and composer, achieving considerable fame for his operas. Born in Cologne in 1838, Bruch wrote a symphony at age 14, and he conducted orchestral and choral societies in Mannheim, Koblenz, Sondershausen, Berlin, Bonn, Liverpool, Breslau, and Wraclaw. 41, Jupiter. Then he heard the premiere of Also sprach Zarathustra, met Strauss, and was inspired: “I was aroused as by a flash of lightning by the first Budapest performance of Also Sprach Zarathustra.   â–ª rooted in Mendelssohn and Schumann, with a masterful structure and pleasing melodies ~ by one of the most imposing musical figures of the 19th century. MOZART  2 Fragments for clarinet and string quartet Grateful thanks also to Dr. Harmar & Leslie Brereton, Jeffrey Duban & Jayne Connell, Rita Greenstein, Arlene Hajinlian, Stanley Moldovan, and Tim Shepard for accommodating many of our rehearsals; and many thanks as well to our volunteers for their help on concert days—Anna Early, Mark Longaker, Lillian Redl, Peter Roncetti, Madelon Spier and Noel Werrett. 48 ▪ 1816   â–ª Romanticism in the German classical tradition, with noble and heartfelt melodies.   â–ª powerful and brilliantly original, at age 84, Mary Nemet in a review for Strings felt that the Quartet was Saint-Saëns’s “effortless mastery of string textures and his sheer inventiveness. Maier was born in 1853 in the late-medieval town of Landskrona, across the sound from Copenhagen. In 1872 he taught harmony and composition for 5 years at the Warsaw Music Institute, and in 1878 assumed the directorship of the city’s Musical Society. But it took somewhat longer for Liszt to round up his colleagues to write the variations on the march theme from Bellini’s last opera I puritani. Symphony No.41 in C, K.551 - "Jupiter" Symphony No. Returning to Turin the following year, he devoted his efforts, from 1902, to the collection and study of about 500 Piedmontese folksongs, many of which he arranged for voice and piano and for other instruments. A native of Frankfurt, Hiller (1811–1885) was one of Johann Nepomuk Hummel’s few pupils.   â–ª ravishing Romanticism by the English composer—dramatic, passionate, Schumannesque. But finding the musical life in Warsaw limiting, he went to Berlin, where he organized the Young Polish Composers’ Publishing Co. (1905–1912) to issue new works by Poles. In 1911 he also became a music editor at Ricordi. Cyril SCOTT  Piano Quartet in E minor Op.   â–ª voluptuous late Romanticism with an intense, powerful Andante. 16 ▪ 1899 Ferdinand HILLER  String Trio in C Major Op. It is thus not surprising that he composed these Hungarian-style pieces, which have enjoyed a phenomenal success. Weber then added a first movement, marked Allegro con fuoco, in 1816, thus creating a rambunctious opening for the duo, now in sonata form. Subscriptions. Janice Carissa piano In 1905 Scott wrote Lotus Land, a mystically atmospheric parlor piece that became a huge commercial hit. Being Jewish, he was persecuted by the Nazis who occupied Turin in 1944—at the moment of arrest, at age 75, he died from a heart attack. 41 in C, K. 551 - "Jupiter": I. Allegro Vivace Orchestra Mozart , Claudio Abbado 4 ▪ 1806 Adayevskaya is her pseudonym, said to be based on the notes A, D, and A, played by the kettledrum in Mikhail Glinka’s opera Ruslan and Ludmila.   â–ª exquisite melodies from one of Tyrol’s most important 19th century composers, whose musical achievements and notoriety in his day for a time unhinged the confidence of Brahms, whose own work is said to be influenced by “schöne Rufi”. After Griffes’s death, Bauer programmed his music on numerous lecture-recitals and helped to organize concerts of his music. In his heyday, Pleyel was all the rage in Europe, and there was even a Pleyel Society in Nantucket. As to her songs, she worked very closely with her like-minded older brother Richard, a noted poet, philosopher, and cultural historian. Items. Camille SAINT-SAËNS  Fantaisie Op. The Planets, Op. 1 in G Major Hob XVI:40 ▪ 1929 Blumenthal has been described by Judith Kemp as “a versatile wanderer between the establishment and the avant-garde of the German musical and cultural landscape” around the turn of the last century. Born in New York City, Thompson earned his doctorate at the Eastman School of Music and taught at the Curtis Institute, the University of Virginia, and Harvard University. Scharwenka’s personality is magnetic, and this is reflected in his work.”. Read the program here. If it’s any consolation to our pianist, Schumann told Hummel that he worked on the concerto for a full year in his lessons with Friedrich Wieck, his teacher and future father-in-law. Born into a family of Polish landowners in Ubiel, in today’s Belarus, Moniuszko (1819–1872) began piano lessons at age 9 when the family moved to Warsaw, and continued his studies at the Gymnasium in Minsk in 1830. He was studying with Haydn, Salieri, and Albrechtsberger, his strictest teacher, and seducing the aristocracy, including the dedicatee of the Trio, the Countess Anna Margarete von Browne, wife of his patron Count Johann Georg von Browne. Randall THOMPSON  Suite for Oboe, Clarinet, and Viola ▪ 1940 His overseas tours, however, continued and by 1914 he had crossed the Atlantic 26 times. Mozart Jupiter Symphony.   â–ª the late Romantic work for clarinet, viola, and piano radiates with the influence of Brahms.   ~ comprising a buoyant exposition of 90 measures and 3 additional measures ~ the original is in the Bibliothèque Nationale, Johann Nepomuk HUMMEL  Piano Concerto No. It contained the seeds for a new life.   â–ª absolutely ravishing, with a restless, dark character. From 1896, he continued his education for 3 years at the Royal Academy of Music in Munich, where Josef Rheinberger taught him composition. Three gems of the same branch grew during the last stage of the composer’s short life, a quite unhappy period amongst economic difficulties, the death of his daughter and the failure in recovering Don Giovanni in Vienna. Nine months later, which was two months after the completion of Le Nozze di Figaro, the second piano quartet (K. 493 in Eb Major) was published by Artaria.   â–ª divine short works for viola and piano by the prize-winning German composer admired by Brahms, Liszt, and Berlioz. The Toronto Symphony Orchestra is a charitable organization that relies on the support of its vibrant community to deliver outstanding programming and music education. The original manuscript submitted by Ravel reveals that he had submitted the piece under the pseudynym “par Verla”—an anagram of his name, which he crossed out and replaced with “par Maurice Ravel.” Salzedo was principal harp of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, and founded the harp department at the Curtis Institute of Music in 1924. Abigel Kralik violin In spite of recuperating in Nice and Davos, she died in 1894 in the Netherlands.   â–ª given the Concertante’s vigorous demands on the clarinetist and pianist, music critic Harold Schonberg once remarked, “it cannot be played by normal human beings”. His maternal grandfather, a partially blind former slave who worked as a town crier and lamplighter, exerted a strong influence on the boy by singing plantation songs to him. He is said to have had an unusually clear and angelic voice, with a range of 3 octaves. Subscriptions. 41 Jupiter 33′. 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