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Johann Nepomuk HUMMEL

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Johann Nepomuk Hummel, born in Bratislava (Austria-Hungary) November 14, 1778 and died in Weimar October 17, 1837, was a German composer, pupil of Mozart, Haydn and Salieri. Having mainly composed pieces for the piano, he was considered one of the finest concert pianists in Europe. Johann Nepomuk Hummel is the son of Joseph Hummel, musician of the Imperial School of Military Music and theater orchestra leader. Musically gifted, he was a pupil of Mozart in Vienna at the age of seven years. Mozart, who is particularly gifted the hosts for two years. Hummel gave his first concert at age nine. Hummel began a European tour youngish. He met during this prestigious composers as Joseph Haydn (1791), which at the end of a concert by the young musician, he gives thanks a Guinea. Hummel also studied in London, where he remained four years, with the Italian composer Muzio Clementi, and s with Antonio Salieri, and he began to compose. About this time, the young Ludwig van Beethoven arrived in Vienna. It is often said that the two composers, there was a rivalry marked. In fact, they were friends, although their relations experienced ups and downs and their supporters formed two rival camps. Hummel is 26 years old when he succeeded Joseph Haydn as concertmaster at the Prince Esterházy. He has written numerous works (Trumpet Concerto in E flat major, stage musicals, including 22 operas) and dedicated this period of his life to writing religious plays (five masses). In 1811, he left the court of Prince and became Kapellmeister in Stuttgart from 1816 to 1818. Hummel is also a pianist, the greatest virtuoso of the time according to his contemporaries, whose fame rivals that of Beethoven. It thus gives concerts throughout Europe between 1820 and 1830.
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cover Concerto, Trompette Solo Robert Martin
Concerto, Trompette Solo
Johann Nepomuk HUMMEL
Arr : Désiré DONDEYNE
Publisher : Robert Martin
Genre : Orchestra
Style & options : trumpet solo
Set Wind Band (HUMM02376-BA) : 280,00
Full score (HUMM02376-CO) : 53,99

cover Concerto For Trumpet - Concert Band Tierolff
Concerto For Trumpet - Concert Band
Johann Nepomuk HUMMEL
Publisher : Tierolff
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Set Wind Band (TIR250850-BA) : 265,80
Full score (TIR250850-CO) : 61,81

cover Adagio Theme And Variations For Oboe Martinus
Adagio Theme And Variations For Oboe
Johann Nepomuk HUMMEL
Arr : José SCHYNS
Publisher : Martinus
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : Classical music
Set Wind Band (MT113118-BA) : 153,29
Full score (MT113118-CO) : 30,66

cover Grand Concerto In F Major Marc Reift
Grand Concerto In F Major
Johann Nepomuk HUMMEL
Publisher : Marc Reift
Genre : Instrumental music
Reference (EMR6115) : 38,57

cover Grand Concerto In F Major Marc Reift
Grand Concerto In F Major
Johann Nepomuk HUMMEL
Publisher : Marc Reift
Genre : Instrumental music
Reference (EMR4660) : 375,32

cover Andante for Trumpet Curnow Music Press
Andante for Trumpet
Johann Nepomuk HUMMEL
Arr : James CURNOW
Publisher : Curnow Music Press
Genre : Orchestra
Set Wind Band (CMP008796010-BA) : 90,01