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Jan Evangelista Antonin Kozeluh
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Sheet music for Jan Evangelista Antonin Kozeluh
Intermediate - Digital Download
Composed by Jan Antonín Kozeluh. Arranged by Richard Ramey. Classical Period, European, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 44 pages. Published by Javalina Press (S0.523629).
Piano - Early Advanced; Intermediate; Late Intermediate
Intermediate to Early Advanced Works by 36 Composers. Edited by Maurice Hinson. Masterworks; Piano Collection. Alfred Masterwork Edition. Masterwork; Romantic. Book. 248 pages. Alfred Music #00-20857. Published by Alfred Music (AP.20857).
Piano and Keyboard Piano
The Largest and Most Comprehensive Collection of Standard Piano Compositions Ever Published, Covering Completely All Fields of Classic, Modern, Light and Operatic Piano Music. Edited by Albert E. Weir. Smythe Sewn-Glued. Back To School. A timeless classic in the Carl Fischer Piano Catalog, Masterpieces of Piano Music is one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of standard piano compositions ever published. Classical. Collection. With fingerings. 528 pages. Carl Fischer #O3619. Published by Carl Fischer (CF.O3619).
Piano - Early Intermediate; Intermediate
Edited by Ronald Herder. Masterworks; Piano Collection. Dover Edition. Masterwork. Book. Dover Publications #06-404072. Published by Dover Publications (AP.6-404072).
Piano/Keyboard - SMP Level 4 (Intermediate)
Edited by Maxwell Eckstein. Everybody's Favorite Series #4. Baroque and Classical Period. Collection (softcover). With fingerings (does not include words to the songs). 192 pages. Music Sales #AM40031. Published by Music Sales (HL.14025512).
Violin, Piano Accompaniment - Difficulty: medium
Whole World Series, Volume 5. By Albert E. Weir. By Various Artists. Edited by Albert E. Wier. Whole World Series, No. 5. Baroque and Classical Period. Set of performance parts (includes separate pull out violin part). With solo part and piano accompaniment. 304 pages. Amsco Publications #MUSAM42532. Published by Amsco Publications (HL.14035079).
Mainly Churchmusic, but also a few Operas, Symphonies and some Concerts
for oboe, basson and clarinet.
Since the clarinet concerto is only named ‘Kuzeluh’ it’s not known for certain
if Leo or his nephew (or uncle, maybe their birth-date will decide that),
Leopold wrote it. However, this concerto was so full of errors (probably not
finished) that it’s first performance wasn’t until 1962.
Lived in Prague from 1784 and worked as Choiremaster in Hradschiner cathedral.