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Harpsichord - Level 3
Divertimenti 4-8 (E-Dur WV 32, C-Dur WV 64, B-Dur WV 80). Composed by Georg Christoph Wagenseil (1715-1777). Edited by Helga Scholz-Michelitsch. Diletto Musicale. Op. 1. 32 pages pages. Doblinger Music Publishers #DM-00558. Published by Doblinger Music Publishers (DB.DM-00558).
Violin, cello and double bass
Composed by Georg Christoph Wagenseil (1715-1777). Edited by Roberto Sensi. This edition: Paperback. 16 piedi. Classical. Score and set of parts. Published by Musedita Edizioni Musicali (M8.WA-1-06).
Flute and piano
Composed by Georg Christoph Wagenseil (1715-1777). Piano score. Published by Hug Musikverlage (HG.GH-10784A).
Alto trombone and orchestra - Advanced
Composed by Georg Christoph Wagenseil (1715-1777). Arranged by Ralph Sauer. Classical Solo. CD-ROM of pdf files (containing full score and parts). Published by Cherry Classics (CY.CC2086).
... wie Mozart piano spielen lernte ... mit didaktischem Anhang Fondamento per il Clavicembalo. Composed by Georg Christoph Wagenseil (1715-1777). Edited by Helga Scholz-Michelitsch. Diletto Musicale. 27 pages pages. Doblinger Music Publishers #DM-01384. Published by Doblinger Music Publishers (DB.DM-01384).
Composed by Georg Christoph Wagenseil (1715-1777). With Standard notation. Universal Edition #UE25C018. Published by Universal Edition (PR.UE25C018).
Wagenseil’s talents as a composer and keyboard performer were recognized by J.J. Fux, who took him on as a pupil in 1735; he also studied at that time with Matteo Palotta. In 1739 he became court composer, holding the position for the rest of his life. In 1749 he was appointed Hofklaviermeisterto the imperial archduchesses. His music was widely known; a good deal of it was published in Paris. Mozart and Haydn were both familiar with his music. His first opera, Ariodante, was produced in Venice in 1745. Some of his own pupils went on to achieve success: F.X. Dusek, Leopold Hoffmann, and J.A. Stepan. His compositions include several operas, three oratorios, Masses, cantatas, other sacred vocal music, symphonies, harpsichord concertos, other solo concertos, chamber music for strings alone or with keyboard or winds and numerous solo keyboard pieces. He also wrote Rudimenta panduristae oder Geig-Fundamenta (Augsburg, 1751), a theoretical treatise.
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