Published in the collection (by Altenburg) Music for the Trumpets’ and Kettledrumers’ Art (Trompeter- und Paukerkunst) (translation of title). (Original title , I. ALTENBURG Johann Ernst, Concerto for 7 trumpets and timpani Composer: Altenburg, Johann Ernst () Year of composition: 18th on. Proudly built in the USA by MJ Music Products, Altenburg Baroque Trumpets are hand-made in Illinois by seasoned trumpet craftsmen. The 4-hole trumpet.
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Johann Ernst Altenburg
This page was last edited on 24 Novemberat Permission Reusing this file. This image, which was originally posted to Flickrwas uploaded to Commons using Flickr upload bot on 29 January These can be considered the oldest printed German trumpet studies and are thus the most meaningful resource of old trumpet technique.
Furthermore, he offers an addendum containing a concerto for seven clarion with drums. By age 18 the young Altenburg had received a formal acquittal as trumpeter. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository.
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Altenburg drew together the entire “knowledge” of the art of the trumpet of his time—certainly a concern considering his embossed, interpretive ways. An advertisement for the publication appears in Johann Adam Hiller ‘s Musikalischen Nachrichten in However, the literature he quotes mainly covers topics in general history, law, and religion.
You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use. Adobe Photoshop CS3 Windows. The examples cover a broad scope of trumpet history, which emerge with thorough analysis as back projection of Altenburg’s ideal picture of trumpet practice in his society.
Altenburg constructs an unbroken tradition of trumpet practice from Old Testament times Aron’s son to his own time and lifts from trumpeh the claim of an even higher societal reputation for the trumpeter. A small fugue for two clarion lifted from a work by Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber nearly a century earlier also appears. Altenburg achieved musicological zltenburg through his publication Versuch einer Anleitung zur heroisch-musikalischen Trompeter- und Paukerkunst An Essay on the Introduction to Heroic and Musical Trumpeters’ and Kettledrummers’ Art Halle, This file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to create or digitize it.
Here, Johann Ernst Altenburg was born on 15 June Altenburg’s work is altrnburg with contemporary instrumental technique.
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This page was last edited on 6 Augustat Views Read Edit View history. From Merseburg and Landsberg near Hallewhere he worked for a brief time as an organist, he went to Bitterfeld in and received his lifetime post as an organist.
Johann Ernst Altenburg – Wikipedia
He is not to be confused with a similarly named composer in the s who contributed to the collection Angst der Hellen und Friede der Seelen. Retrieved 22 December From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. As a composer he is most well known for his six harpsichord sonatas.
The earliest known reference to the manuscript is found in a letter of Altenburg’s from February He stayed at this post until his death on 14 Mayalthough the post was hardly sufficient. Retrieved from ” https: The following other wikis use this file: He uses at least works from at least notably well-known authors, as well as new, further, anonymous authors.
Retrieved from ” https: In this work some small compositions of mostly unclear authorship are offered.