Request an album send to friend. Johann David Heinichen. Heinichen - Dresden Wind Concertos - Dean, Stadler (1999). Martin Stadler, Laurence Dean, Thomas Albert, Hariett Herrle - Heinichen - Dresden Wind Concertos - Dean, Stadler.
Tracklist: Concerto for 2 oboes & orchestra in E minor, . 22 Martin Stadler, Hariett Herrle. Heinichen wrote a serious text on thorough-bass, a major theoretical work of the first half of the eighteenth century. You can hear his learning on display in each of these works, but Heinichen wears his pedantry lightly, and the music never falls into the dreaded routine often afflicting too much of the music of this period. If not the finest musical intelligence or most imaginative mind of his age, Heinichen was a highly accomplished composer, and these performances given proof to his rise to fame and high post in Dresden.
Heinichen: Concerto for 2 Oboes in E Minor (Seibel 222, Hwv I:10). Heinichen: Flute Concerto in D Major (Seibel 225, Hwv I:12).
Composer: Johann David Heinichen. Performers: - Martin Stadler. Heinichen - Dresden Wind Concertos (Dean, Stadler). 1. 01. Concerto for 2 oboes & orchestra in E minor, . 22 - 1. Vivace.
These Heinichen concertos mix elements of both the Venetian style and the more Germanic models of his day. Heinichen traveled extensively, spending profitable years as a student and opera composer in Leipzig and later traveling and writing opera in Venice. The son of August the Strong (love that title!)thought highly of Heinichen's abilities, and encouraged the composer to take up a position in Dresden. Heinichen must have proven a considerable talent, for the Dresden Court soon after tapped him as court music director over their established and well respected in-house composer Lotti . Sadly, Heinichen died relatively young at 45. Limitations placed on the distribution of court music at Dresden served to weaken the composer's stature. The concertos on this set were recorded in November 1998. Historical performance considerations are up to date as of that date.
Cover Illustration: View of Dresden, painting by Bernardo Bellotto (Canaletto); Dresden, Gemäldegalerie (Archiv für Kunst und Geschichte, Berlin). Other (on Label side of Disc 1): (437 550-2).
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Johann David Heinichen was a contemporary of Bach and one of an important group of musicians employed by the Dresden court during the 1720s and 1730s. Heinichen Dresden Concertos. View record and artist details. Record and Artist Details. Composer or Director: Johann David Heinichen. Label: Archiv Produktion.