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Musique de chambre
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Sheet music for Johann Schobert
harpsichord and violin — score —
Composed by Johann Schobert (1720-1767). This edition: Facsimile. Collection FacsiMusic. Score. Published by Anne Fuzeau Productions - France (FZ.50151).
Harpsichord, Piano, Violin, Cello — score — Chamber Music
Composed by Johann Schobert (1720-1767). Edited by Jeanne Roudet. This edition: Facsimile. Collection Dominantes. Chamber Music. Score. Published by Anne Fuzeau Productions - France (FZ.3035).
Sonatas in four parts for the harpsichord accompanied by two violins and bass - Opus VII. — Johann Schobert
piano, 2 violins, cello — score —
Avec accompagnement de deux violons et basse ad libitum. Paris, (s.d. = 1764). Composed by Johann Schobert (1720-1767). Edited by Jean Patrice Brosse. This edition: Facsimile. Collection Dominantes. Score. Published by Anne Fuzeau Productions - France (FZ.4413).
2 Bassoons — Book Only —
Composed by Johann Schobert (1720-1767). Book Only. Accolade Verlag #ACC2015. Published by Accolade Verlag (BT.ACC2015).
— playing score —
Composed by Johann Schobert (1720-1767). Edited by Koenigsbeck. Playing score. Published by Accolade Musikverlag (A5.2015).
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).
organ — — Reformation, Pentecost, Passion/Palm Sunday, Lent, Easter, Christmas, Advent, Baroque, Romantic, Prayer
Composed by Johann Eramus Kindermann, Johann Neinrich Buttstedt, Samuel Scheidt (1587-1654), Dietrich Buxtehude (1637-1707), Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706), Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Johann Ludwig Krebs (1713-1780), Felix Bartholdy Mendelssohn (1809-1847), Johann Christoph Bach, Michael Burkhardt, and Matthias Weckmann. Arranged by Michael Burkhardt. Offertories, Preludes, Postludes, Compilations. Reformation, Pentecost, Passion/Palm Sunday, Lent, Easter, Christmas, Advent, Baroque, Romantic, Prayer. MorningStar Music Publishers #10-683. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.10-683).
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).
Weimarer Orgeltabulatur. Die fruhesten Notenhandschriften Johann Sebastian Bachs sowie Abschriften seines Schulers Johann Martin Schubart (ubertragung) — Johann Sebastian Bach
organ — performance score —
With works by Dietrich Buxtehude, Johann Adam Reinken and Johann Pachelbel. Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Edited by Michael Maul and Peter Wollny. Paperback. Performance score. Baerenreiter Verlag #BA05248. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag (BA.BA05248).
Piano — solo part —
For Piano Solo - By Masters of The 17Th, 18Th, and 19th Centuries. Composed by Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706), Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809), Johann Kuhnau (1660-1722), Giornovichi, Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767), Muzio Clementi (1752-1832), Johann Reichardt, Johann Bach, and Jan Dussek. Edited by Alfred Mirovitch. Solo part. With Standard notation. 40 pages. Theodore Presser Company #460-00022. Published by Theodore Presser Company (PR.460000220).
Johann Schobert was a German composer and clavichordist. Most likely he was either from Silesia, as suggested by Friedrich Melchior von Grimm, or from Nuremberg, as claimed by Christian Schubart in his autobiography. More about him is known from 1760, when he moved to Paris, where he settled down as a keyboard virtuoso and composer. Here he served as court musician to the Prince of Conti. He composed much chamber music (some 30 sonatas for harpsichord, harpsichord and violin, and more) and the opéra comique (comic opera) “The Gamekeeper and the Poacher”. His worklist also included harpsichord concertos and symphonies.
He came into contact with the Mozart family when they visited Paris in 1764. Leopold Mozart reported that his children played Schobert’s works with ease, which made Schobert furious. Leopold called him “Low and not at all what he should be”. The young Wolfgang Mozart based the second movement of his second piano concerto (K 39) on Schoberts sonata op. 17 no. 2. Mozart’s early works and the Mannheim School were generally influenced by the style and technique of Schobert, Eckard and their popular contemporaries.
Schobert died, along with his wife and one of his children, after mistakenly eating poisonous mushrooms.
(Contribution by Dmitry Yatskaer <firstname.lastname@example.org>.)