Michael Thomas (9), Johann Joseph Fux. Michael Thomas (9), Johann Joseph Fux - Johann Josef Fux - Clavichord Music (LP, Album). Musical Heritage Society.
Michael Thomas (9), Johann Joseph Fux.
Album release: August 2016 JOHANN JOSEPH FUX JOHANN CASPAR KERLL REQUIEMS Vox Luminis, Lionel Meunier, Scorpio Collectief, L'Achéron This recording presents.
Yet his music is well worth a hearing for its own sake; it was not for nothing that the Emperor Leopold I made Fux his court-composer and music-director. On this disc we show Fux in more intimate mood, with a selection of works for chamber ensemble, harpsichord and clavichord, the latter performed by Michael Thomas on a clavichord built by himself. The Partita a Tre opens with an Ouverture in the French.
Yet his music is well worth remembering for its own sake; it was not for nothing that the Emperor Leopold I of Austria made Fux his Court Composer and Music Director. But to begin at the beginning; Fux was born of peasant stock at Hirtenfeld in Eastern Styria, Austria, about 1660. Little is known of his youth, except that he became a student at Graz University when he was about twenty.
E" numbers for works are cited from: Helmut Federhofer and Friedrich W. Riedel, Quellenkundliche Beiträge zur Johann Joseph Fux-Forschung (Leipzig, 1964). K" numbers for works are taken cited : Ludwig von Köchel, Johann Josef Fux (Vienna, 1872). L" numbers for works are taken cited : A. Liess, Johann Joseph Fux, ein steirischer Meister des Barock, nebst einem Verzeichnis neuer Werkfunde (Vienna, 1948). Table of Contents: Top - - Chart.
Ouverture ( Allegro). Johann Joseph Fux. Lucia Froihofer, Neue Hofkapelle Graz, Michael Hell. 10. Follie (Allegro). 12. Guique (Prestissimo). Aria in Canone (Poco Allegro).
Johann Joseph Fux (German: ; c. 1660 – 13 February 1741) was an Austrian composer, music theorist and pedagogue of the late Baroque era. He is most famous as the author of Gradus ad Parnassum, a treatise on counterpoint, which has become the single most influential book on the Palestrinian style of Renaissance polyphony. Almost all modern courses on Renaissance counterpoint, a mainstay of college music curricula, are indebted in some degree to this work by Fux.
Johann Joseph Fux (pronounced ) (1660 – February 13, 1741) was an Austrian composer, music theorist and pedagogue of the late Baroque era. He is most famous as the author of Gradus ad Parnassum, a treatise on counterpoint, which has become the single most influential book on the Palestrina style of Renaissance polyphony. Life.
|A1||Harpeggio e Fuga in G Major||4:15|
|A2||Parthie (Suite) in G Minor||13:24|
|B1||Capriccio in G Minor||17:33|
|B2||Ciaccona in D Major||9:35|
|716||Michael Thomas||The Clavichord Maker: Michael Thomas Plays Music By Johann Josef Fux (LP, Mono)||ORYX||716||UK||Unknown|