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The keyed trumpet and its greatest virtuoso, Anton Weidinger

Reine Dahlqvist

The keyed trumpet and its greatest virtuoso, Anton Weidinger

by Reine Dahlqvist

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Published by Brass Press in Nashville .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Weidinger, Anton,
  • Keyed trumpet -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Reine Dahlqvist.
    SeriesBrass research series ;, no. 1
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML960 .D25
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 25 p. :
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5194628M
    ISBN 100914282131
    LC Control Number75016223

    Weidinger became interested in solo concerto playing, 5 The manuscript has disappeared. 6 Reine Dahlqvist, The Keyed Trumpet and Its Greate st Virtuoso, Anton W e iding er (Nashville: The Brass Press, ), 14 which required a more refined tone in contrast, to .   The trumpet was represented by an excellent virtuoso, the court trumpeter Anton Weidinger, who from on became a steady figure in Viennese concert life and like Miss Auernhammer and the harpist Müller gave his annual concert at the Burgtheater, until in the s his son Josef († ) took over from him, to take care of the artistic.

    friend of Haydn, Anton Weidinger (), came up with a new design for his instrument. He had the brass of the trumpet pierced with holes that could be covered with movable keypads, anticipating the approach used on woodwinds today. In Haydn wrote a concerto for Weidinger and his new trumpet. It was a very soft tone, quite unlike the trumpet, and there is a marked difference in the sound quality of the individual notes. The success that Anton Weidinger enjoyed when he first performed on his keyed trumpet was undoubtedly due in part to the novelty value of this chromatic instrument.

      The trumpet was represented by an excellent virtuoso, the court trumpeter Anton Weidinger, In Lindner's "thorough and perceptive book" Weidinger ends up with only one wife and only three children. The keyed Trumpet and its greatest virtuoso, Anton Weidinger. Nashville, Tenn: The Brass Press. Brass Research Series 1. The Keyed Trumpet and Its Greatest Virtuoso, Anton Weidinger Brass Press Clarke, H. How I Became a Cornetist G. Leblanc Hickman, D. Arrival of the Queen of Sheba Scheidt, S. Canzon Alphonse Leduc 4 tp Concert Scherzo Abreu, Z. Symphony in C Major Mendez, R. Tico-Tico Bloch, E. Concerto in E (in E-flat) tp, pn Hansen, T. Arban, J.B. Goldman.


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The keyed trumpet and its greatest virtuoso, Anton Weidinger (Brass research series)Price: $   Anton Weidinger has always been held to be the inventor of the keyed trumpet.

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This paper examines Anton Weidinger, the 18th- and early 19th-century keyed trumpet player for whom Joseph Haydn and Johann Nepomuk Hummel composed their trumpet concerti. As the most successful of many attempts to chromaticize the trumpet in the Anton Weidinger book 18th century, during which the Baroque clarino style of trumpet-playing was waning, Weidinger’s keyed trumpet enjoyed a short-lived period of.

The keyed trumpet was 2 Reine Dahlqvist, The Keyed Trumpet and Its Greatest Virtuoso, Anton Weidinger (Nashville, TN: The Brass Press, ).

2 century changed the course of trumpet history. The new chromatic instrument in the form of the book Twentieth-Century Music for Trumpet and Orchestra, 2nd : Marc Allen Reed. to determine the exact origin of the keyed trumpet, but it is agreed upon that Anton Weidinger was the instrument’s foremost performer.

Born in Vienna inAnton Weidinger was the most popular and well-known performer on the keyed trumpet. Weidinger. Keyed Trumpet & Its Greatest Virtuoso, Anton Weidinger Anton Weidinger has always been held to be the inventor of the keyed trumpet. This assumption probably derives from Wilhelm Schneider, Historisch-technische Beschreibung der musikalischen Instrumente (Leipzig, ), page In this book, Schneider states that Weidinger invented his keyed.

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There used to be a great small, pamphlet sized book about Weidinger. It is called The keyed trumpet and its greatest virtuoso, Anton Weidinger (Brass research series), and was published then by Brass Press, Steve Glover's group that published from Nashville, TN, and later Clearwater, FL.

Steve was also editor of the ITG Journal for a time, if memory serves. Philip Bate, The Trumpet and Trombone (Ernest Benn Limited, London, ) Reine Dahlqvist, The Keyed Trumpet and Its Greatest Virtuoso, Anton Weidinger (The Brass Press, Nashville, Tennessee, ) A more comprehensive bibliography can be found at the end of 24 Notes That Tap Deep Emotions.

Among his articles, there was an important one on Anton Weidinger: The Keyed Trumpet and Its Greatest Virtuoso, Anton Weidinger (Nashville: The Brass Press ) (Brass Research Series No.

1, ISBN 0 13 1). His greatest concern, however, was a re-working of his dissertation. The 'Schniczer' trumpet at Verona, presented by Bendinelli, is well illustrated and analysed. Tarr agrees that the F series given at the beginning (Bendinelli says 'for the trumpet of the past') is written an octave too low for some reason.

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Modo per Impare Dalquist, The Keyed Bugle and Its Greatest Virtuoso, Anton Weidinger Second Semester The student will enroll in MUAPSenior Recital. For potential repertoire, please refer to sample programs on the trumpet studio website and resources at the Paul Meek Library.

The keyed trumpet and its greatest virtuoso, Anton Weidinger / by Reine Dahlqvist History of the trumpet of Bach and Handel / Werner Menke ; translated by Gerald Abraham Portrait of Katharine Susannah Prichard [picture] / Kahan. Reine Dahlqvist wrote other important articles, including one on Anton Weidinger and the invention of the keyed trumpet: The Keyed Trumpet and Its Greatest Virtuoso, Anton Weidinger (Nashville: The Brass Press, ).

In addition, he was concerned about bringing out a new edition of his dissertation that would be written in English and would. Acoustic Guitar Techniques: Notes Of A Guitar: Musical major (), also known as the Arutunian Trumpet Concerto, is the Armenian composer’s sixth major composition, a "virtuoso showpiece" composed in for Viennese trumpet virtuoso and inventor of the keyed trumpet, Anton Weidinger.

b flat B-flat (full name: b-flat. Johann Nepomuk Hummel wrote his Concerto a Trombe Principale (Trumpet Concerto in E Major) for Viennese trumpet virtuoso and inventor of the keyed trumpet, Anton Weidinger (as had Joseph Haydn).

It was written in December and performed on New Year’s Day to mark Hummel’s entrance into the court orchestra of Nikolaus II, Prince.As a young boy I would play my trumpet from my father's old Arban's method book.

My private trumpet teacher (Mr. Bonfield) would love to play duets with me from the Merchant of Venice.

One day I heard Wynoton Marsailas play a a flawless rendition of The Merchant 4/4(19).book for record collectors, dealers, and its greatest virtuoso Anton Weidinger. Nashville: Brass Press, ISBN LC Brass research series, 1. Daily, Jay Elwood. Cataloging phonore- play the trumpet in a warlike way, as well as musically, with the organ, with a mute.