Carl Maria von Weber


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Noun1.Carl Maria von Weber - German conductor and composer of romantic operas (1786-1826)Carl Maria von Weber - German conductor and composer of romantic operas (1786-1826)
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It features music spanning the centuries from composers including Scarlatti, Carl Maria von Weber, the Russian Vladislav Zolotaryov and the Argentinian Astor Piazzolla.
295--"Leise, leise, fromme Weise" (Softly, softly pious melody): Carl Maria von Weber, Der Freischutz (1821)
In Bohemian lands in the early nineteenth century, it seems to have been common practice to borrow music from an opera or other stage work and set it to a new text for performance in parish churches, and Freemanova has identified such borrowings from a wide range of composers, including Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Giovanni Paisiello, Gioacchino Rossini, and Carl Maria von Weber.
NB: Der Vater von Carl Maria von Weber konzertierte auf der Bratsche (6)
They round-off with the Piano Quartet, Op 18, composed in 1809 by Carl Maria von Weber, one of only three chamber works he composed in his short life.
But for opera lovers, the city is a must-see for its seminal position in the history of German opera through its connection with Carl Maria von Weber and the two great Richards, Wagner and Strauss.
Jose Antonio Abreu, the economist and composer who in the early 1970s founded the National System of Children and Youth Orchestras of Venezuela (El Sistema), was given Honorary Membership of the Royal Philharmonic Society - only the 123rd recipient of the honour since it was first bestowed on the composer Carl Maria von Weber in 1826.
premiere of Jorma Elo's In My Dream Team, set to triumphant music by Carl Maria von Weber.
The evening will begin with Paul Hindemith's Symphonic Metamorphoses on themes of Carl Maria von Weber (1943), a neo-classical impression of the work of the nineteenth century master.
But in due time upstarts like John Gay in England and Carl Maria von Weber in Germany revolted.
The first theatre was built in 1755 and in the early 19th century Carl Maria von Weber - composer of Der Freischutz - was the artistic director.
The Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano by Carl Maria von Weber, less overtly Romantic than the Franck or the Shostakovich, opened the program