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Johann George Tromlitz
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Sheet music for Johann George Tromlitz
flute, harpsichord (piano) — Sheet Music —
Composed by Johann George Tromlitz (1725-1805). Edited by Ruf. Flute & Piano. Sheet Music. Heinrichshofen Verlag #N1221. Published by Heinrichshofen Verlag (PE.N1221).
flute and harpsichord (piano) — — Classical
Flute and Piano. Composed by Johann Georg Tromlitz. Edited by Hugo Ruf. Arranged by Hugo Ruf. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Il Flauto Traverso (Flute Library). Classical. 40 pages. Schott Music #FTR 177. Published by Schott Music (HL.49010571).
Musik in der Residenzstadt Weimar — Herzogin Anna Amalia; Johann Ernst Bach; Adam Drese; Prinz Johann Ernst; Johann Pfeiffer; Georg Quitschreiber; Nicolaus Rosthius; Johann Caspar Vogler; Melchior Vulpius; Johann Gottfried Walther; Ernst Wilhelm Wolf
— Book —
Composed by Herzogin Anna Amalia; Johann Ernst Bach; Adam Drese; Prinz Johann Ernst; Johann Pfeiffer; Georg Quitschreiber; Nicolaus Rosthius; Johann Caspar Vogler; Melchior Vulpius; Johann Gottfried Walther; Ernst Wilhelm Wolf. Edited by Klaus Hortschansky. Denkmaler Mitteldeutscher Barockmusik, Volume I/1. Book. Friedrich Hofmeister Musikverlag #FH 8351. Published by Friedrich Hofmeister Musikverlag (HF.FH-8351).
Piano — solo part — Classical
51 Piano Solos in Their Original Form. Composed by etc., Jean Rameau, Johann Hassler, Johann Hiller, Johann Kirnberger, Johann Reichardt, Johann Scholze, Henry Purcell (1659-1695), Johann Kuhnau (1660-1722), Leopold Mozart (1719-1787), Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809), James Hook (1746-1827), Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), George Frideric Handel (1685-1759), and Friedrich Marpurg. Edited by George Anthony. Back To School. Classical. Solo part. With Standard notation. 72 pages. Theodore Presser Company #410-41190. Published by Theodore Presser Company (PR.410411900).
George Lewis: The Will to Adorn — International Contemporary Ensemble; George Lewis; Steven Schick; David Fulmer; Steven Schick; David Fulmer
— CD (1 disc) — Classical
By International Contemporary Ensemble; George Lewis; Steven Schick; David Fulmer; Steven Schick; David Fulmer. By George Lewis; T.J. Anderson; T.J. Anderson; George Lewis. Country of Origin: United States. Classical. CD (1 disc). Published by Naxos (NX.TUN005).
Happy Birthday Variations by the Great Composers for String Quartet — Johann Sebastian Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, Johann Pachelbel, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, George Frideric Handel, Ludwig van Beethoven
String Quartet — Score,Set of Parts — Classical Period,Baroque Period,Birthday,Recital,Comedy
Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, Johann Pachelbel, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, George Frideric Handel, Ludwig van Beethoven. Arranged by Sharon Wilson. Classical Period, Baroque Period, Birthday, Recital, Comedy. Score, Set of Parts. 54 pages. Published by Sharon Wilson (S0.108723).
Mashup for Classical Guitar — Edvard Grieg, Johann Pachelbel, Frederic Chopin, Johann Sebastian Bach, Enrique Granados, Edward McDowel, George Frideric Handel
Guitar,Guitar Tab,Classical Guitar,Fingerpicking Guitar,Guitar Solo,Acoustic Guitar — Sheet Music Single,Tablature — 20th Century,Romantic Period,Classical Period,Baroque Period,Recital
Composed by Edvard Grieg, Johann Pachelbel, Frederic Chopin, Johann Sebastian Bach, Enrique Granados, Edward McDowel, George Frideric Handel. Arranged by PianoSheetNow. 20th Century, Romantic Period, Classical Period, Baroque Period, Recital. Sheet Music Single, Tablature. 7 pages. Published by PianoSheetNow (S0.342013).
— CD —
By Andrew, Br, Budapest Strings, Capella Istropolitana, Daniel, Dickie, George, Handel Festival Chamber Orchestra, Hurst, Jean, John, Kenneth, Mogrelia, Nishizaki, Slovak Philharmonic Chorus, Slovak State Philharmonic Orchestra, Takako, Tinge, and Ernesto Nazareth. By Da Ponte, Edward, Felix, Franz, Frederic, George Frideric, Johann Sebastian, Marin, Mass Text, Modest, Nikolai, Sergei, Wolfgang Amadeus, Marin Marais (1656-1728), Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), Franz Schubert (1797-1828), Frederic Chopin (1810-1849), Nikolay Andreyevich Rimsky-Korsakov (1844-1908), Edward Elgar (1857-1934), Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953), Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky (1839-1881), George Frideric Handel (1685-1759), Felix Bartholdy Mendelssohn (1809-1847), and Lorenzo. CD. Naxos #8556630. Published by Naxos (NX.8556630).
— Part(s); Score — Jazz
Featuring: Strike Up the Band! / I Got Rhythm / Embraceable You / An American in Paris / Prelude II / Summertime / Rhapsody in Blue. By George Gershwin. By George Gershwin (1898-1937). Arranged by Jerry Brubaker. Full Orchestra; Performance Music Ensemble; Single Titles. Pop Symphonic Full Orchestra. Form: Medley. Jazz. Part(s); Score. 244 pages. Duration 5:45. Alfred Music #00-43809. Published by Alfred Music (AP.43809).
Piano — Book — 20th Century; Masterwork Arrangement; Standard
Piano Duo. Composed by George Gershwin (1898-1937). Arranged by Paul Posnak. This edition: 2 copies required. Duet or Duo; Masterworks; Piano Duo (2 Pianos, 4 Hands); Solo Small Ensembles. Alfred's Classic Editions: The Piano Works of George Gershwin. 20th Century; Masterwork Arrangement; Standard. Book. 40 pages. Alfred Music #00-26279. Published by Alfred Music (AP.26279).
Johann George Tromlitz was born on the 8th of November of 1725 in Reinsdorf and died in Leipzig on February 4 1805.
In around 1750 he started making flutes for himself. In 1754 he became principal flautist of the Grosses Konzert. The orchestra disbanded during the Seven Years War. He left in 1776 to spend more time teaching, writing, and making flutes. In 1774 Johann Friedrich Reichardt considered Johann Tromlitz one of the only four Leipzig virtuosos worth naming. He wrote three books about flute playing.
When Johann first started making flutes he made two keyed flutes (d# and e♭). He first said he was making flutes with more keys in 1781. Johann pretty much invented the Tromlitz flute. Since he made these, he also wrote a book about playing them.
Near the end of his life he was working on the chromatic flute, but gave up because he couldent get the fingerings right. He did write about this though, and it influenced Boehm to make the flute that most of us use now.
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