Posts tagged ‘instruments’

May 22, 2015

Wien – Haus der Musik, part 1

by ada

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September 24, 2014

Ljubljana – day 6

by ada

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musicians

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July 25, 2013

music of the week – Johann Ernst Eberlin: Toccata and Fuga in D minor

by ada

Todays music is Toccata and Fuga in D minor, composed by Johann Ernst Eberlin, organist of the Salzburg Dom between 1726-1763. It could easily be mistaken for a particularly uninspired counterpoint study of Johann Sebastian Bach, because Eberlin was sort of old-fashioned, which is something I rather like in music (I will never forgive Richard Wagner what he did to tonality). I find this piece a bit boring though, as well as Eberlin, but in a way he is totally right: you can’t go wrong with good old quintfallsequenz; it never fails to do its job of touching the hearts.

May 25, 2013

Salzburg – Mozarts Geburtshaus

by ada

Mozart handwriting

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Mozart

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Wien

Zauberflöte

Papageno

May 12, 2013

your new favourite band

by ada

Salzburger Festspiele der Blasmusik

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Salzburger Festspiele der Blasmusik

March 17, 2013

Venice – day 1

by ada

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November 20, 2012

Prague – The Czech Museum of Music (České muzeum hudby)

by ada

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September 9, 2012

wollen wir nicht eins musiciren

by ada

June 6, 2012

music of the week – Johann Joseph Vilsmayr: Partita V. from Artificiosus Concentus pro Camera à Violino Solo Con Basso bellè imitate

by ada

I admit I don’t know more about Johann Joseph Vilsmayr than Google does and that’s not much; but I have a heart for no-name Baroque composers with only one or two surviving works (or, better, only some fragments); and his music is hilarious.

And, well, he is also from Salzburg.

June 6, 2012

365/158

by ada

A page of a book I bought recently. It contains a collection of photos of the Wiener Philharmoniker. I’m not a fan of modern symphonic orchestras; actually, if you want to kill me, just put me in a room where a modern orchestra is playing anything Baroque and don’t let me out when I start screaming; but the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra is History Pure, even for me.

May 8, 2012

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by ada

Well, I don’t know what this formation of sculptures is called but I’m pretty sure it has something to do with Carl Orff.

July 26, 2010

hommage à Mozart

by ada

May 4, 2009

the end of early music

by ada

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