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He was born in the town of Velvaryin Bohemia present-day Czech Republic.
He moved to Prague to further his musical education, before moving in Vienna inwhere kozeluchh was based for the remainder of his career. In Vienna he achieved renown as a composer, pianist and teacher, and from until his death in he held royal appointments as Kammer Kapellmeister music director and Hofmusik Compositor composer.
Leopold Kozeluch – Concerto in Eb Clarinet & piano
The success of these works led him to abandon plans to study law in favour of a musical career. In Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart resigned his appointment as court organist in Salzburg following a quarrel with his employer, the Archbishop of Salzburg. Mozart composed La clemenza di Tito for the same occasion.
His daughter, Catherina Cibbini-Kozeluchbecame a prominent pianist and composer based in Vienna. Among his music there are also operas and works for ballet, which—with the exception of one opera —have yet to be heard in clarient years.
Numerous arrangements by him of Scottish songs for the Edinburgh collector George Thomson were popular, and some of these have also been recorded.
The sonatas cater for different purposes. Some are exhibitionist works; some are simpler; some are cast in a Romantic style that foreshadows Beethoven.
Clarinet Concerto In E Flat Major Sheet Music By Leopold Kozeluch – Sheet Music Plus
The popularity of the sonatas in turn helped to make the fortepiano fashionable. The musicologist Richard Wigmore argues that they “conspicuously lack the melodic abundance, rich woodwind colouring and operatic-style dialogues of Mozart’s great Viennese concertos”, but nonetheless “beguile with their limpid grace, their sparkling keyboard writing often in just two partsand their sense of proportion.
A set of six published as Opus 32 and Opus 33, they became known throughout Europe. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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