Telemann


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Te·le·mann

 (tā′lə-män′), Georg Philipp 1681-1767.
German composer of the late baroque period. He wrote orchestral suites, chamber works, and operas.

Telemann

(German ˈteːləman)
n
(Biography) Georg Philipp (ˈɡeːɔrk ˈfiːlɪp). 1681–1767, German composer, noted for his prolific output

Te•le•mann

(ˈteɪ ləˌmɑn)

n.
Georg Philipp, 1681–1767, German composer.
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Planetary music: Andrew Grams conducts the Elgin Symphony Orchestra playing Mozart's Jupiter Symphony along with Bach and Telemann at the Hemmens Cultural Center, 45 Symphony Way, Elgin.
Bach and other works of the Baroque period (Telemann, Charpentier, Buxtehude), performed by Johann Trummer (organ, Austria), Manu Mellaerts (trumpet, Belgium), soloists Stefanie Quintin, Sherla Najera, Michelle Mariposa, James Conde, Ervin Lumauag, Christopher Arceo, Mark Abesia, the Villancico Vocal Ensemble, and the Manila Baroque Ensemble, conducted by Beverly Shangkuan-Cheng.
Bach and other works of the baroque period (Telemann, Charpentier and Buxtehude), performed by Johann Trummer (organ, Austria), Manu Mellaerts (trumpet, Belgium), soloists Stefanie Quintin, Sherla Najera, Michelle Mariposa, James Conde, Ervin Lumauag, Christopher Arceo, Mark Abesia, the Villancico Vocal Ensemble and the Manila Baroque Ensemble, conducted by Beverly Shangkuan-Cheng.
Johann Sebastian Bach and Georg Phillip Telemann, two of the better-known German composers of the Baroque era, which flourished in Western Europe from the early 17th to the middle of the 18thcentury, join forces with Johann Christian Bach (Johann Sebastian's eleventh surviving child and his youngest son) and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
1767: Georg Telemann, the most prolific composer of all time, died in Hamburg.
ON THIS DAY 1767: Georg Telemann, the most prolific composer of all time, died in Hamburg.
The Telemann, as with many Baroque pieces, arrangements for different instruments are common, and this piece is no exception (i.e., two recorders, two violins, or two horns).
There is an arrangement of "The Star-Spangled Banner" and a well-known favorite canonic duet by Telemann that rounds out the collection.
Works of German composers Georg Philipp Telemann and Johann Sebastian Bach will be performed along with works of American composer Steve Reich by a quartet of wind instruments.
Damascus, SANA -- The second iteration of the Baroque Festival concluded its activities on Saturday by performing music for composers Bach, Vivaldi, Telemann, and Corelli at Dar al-Assad for Culture and Arts in Damascus.