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Sophie Carmen Eckhardt-Gramatte
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E. 1- 14
E. 53- 54
E. 57- 59
E. 63- 72
Sheet music for Sophie-Carmen Eckhardt-Gramatte
Mozart: Violin Concertos — Anne-Sophie Mutter, Camerata Salzburg, Anne-Sophie Mutter
— DVD video (2 discs) —
By Anne-Sophie Mutter, Camerata Salzburg, Anne-Sophie Mutter. By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791). DVD video (2 discs). Published by Deutsche Grammophon (NX.B000724309).
Starry night - for string ensemble — Sophie Winfield
Violin,Viola,Cello — — 21st Century,Modern,Minimalism
Composed by Sophie Winfield. 21st Century, Modern, Minimalism. 2 pages. Published by Sophie Winfield (S0.123759).
Sophie Yates: Il Cembalo Transalpino - Music from the Fitzwilliam Collection — Sophie Yates
— CD — Classical
By Sophie Yates. By Various. Classical. CD. Chandos #CHAN 0819. Published by Chandos (NX.CHAN-0819).
Mii Channel Theme (For School Orchestra) — Sophie Smith
Piano Solo,Easy Piano,Piano Accompaniment,Flute,Clarinet,Alto Sax,Trumpet,Violin,Cello,Bass Guitar — Individual Part,Lead Sheet,Score,Set of Parts,Tablature — 21st Century,Contemporary Classical,Minimalism,TV,Activities and Games
Arranged by Sophie Smith. 21st Century, Contemporary Classical, Minimalism, TV, Activities and Games. Individual Part, Lead Sheet, Score, Set of Parts, Tablature. 19 pages. Published by Sophie Smith (S0.530599).
It Was Not Death — Sophie Hafer (with lyrics by Emily Dickinson)
Piano/Vocal/Chords,Voice,Baritone Voice — Score,Sheet Music Single — Contemporary Classical
Composed by Sophie Hafer (with lyrics by Emily Dickinson). Contemporary Classical. Score, Sheet Music Single. 6 pages. Published by Sophie Hafer (S0.358615).
Prelude in C Major — Sophie Kulik
Piano Accompaniment,Violin — —
Composed by Sophie Kulik. 6 pages. Published by Published by Sophie Kulik (S0.367019).
La petite vie d'un papillon — Sophie Van Dijk
Piano Duet,2 Pianos,4-Hands — Score — 21st Century,Contemporary Classical
Composed by Sophie Van Dijk. 21st Century, Contemporary Classical. Score. 24 pages. Published by Sophie Van Dijk (S0.320851).
Anne-Sophie Mutter: Mozart-Box — Anne-Sophie Mutter
— DVD video (5 discs) —
By Anne-Sophie Mutter. By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791). DVD video (5 discs). Published by Deutsche Grammophon (NX.B000724609).
Nunc dimittis — Maria P. Eckhardt
Oratorium — Book Only — Oratorio
Fur vier Singstimmen und Instrumenten mit Basso Continuo. By Maria P. Eckhardt. By Michael Haydn (1737-1806). Classic. EMB. Oratorio. Book Only. 20 pages. Duration 6 min. Editio Musica Budapest #EMBZ7805. Published by Editio Musica Budapest (HL.50489316).
Sinfonia / 'Il Turco in Italia' — Maria P. Eckhardt
Orchestra — score —
By Maria P. Eckhardt. By Xaver Franz Sussmayr. Classic. Musica Rinata. Score. 44 pages. Editio Musica Budapest #EMBZ12127. Published by Editio Musica Budapest (HL.50487049).
Eckhardt-Gramatté wrote symphonies, concertos, and string quartets, but her best-known (because most recorded) music are the six Piano Sonatas (recorded by Marc-André Hamelin) and the twelve Caprices for unaccompanied violin.
Studied at the Paris Conservatoire and with Max Trapp in Berlin, and made a career as a violinist and pianist. She married the painter Walter Gramatte and settled eventually in Canada.
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Gio, 2008-11-13 17:26
Birthday, january 6, 1902
A lady with the same birthday like my mother. She at Russia, my mother at a small village in the Netherlands. At this moment I have a love from Moscow, Russia. Coincidence.I like music and seek for this composer
Lun, 2022-01-31 02:30
S.C. Eckhardt-Gramatté's birthdate
Officially her birthdate is January 6, 1899 (Not 1902).
Here is a factsheet:
Born Moscow, January 6, 1899; Died Stuttgart, December 2, 1974.
Early years Piano training by her mother, a student of Anton and Nicholas
1908-1913 Violin and piano studies at the Conservatoire National, Paris
1915 Private violin studies with Bronislaw Hubermann, Berlin
1936 Study of composition with Max Trapp, Berlin
1959 Duo Concertante for Cello and Piano, University of Saskatchewan
1963 Wind Quintet, CBC
1964 String Quartet No.3, University of Manitoba
1964 Nonet, University of Saskatchewan Chamber Players
1967 Symphony Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, CBC
1967 Piano Trio, Martha Hidy Trio
1969 Symphony No.2 (“Manitoba Symphony”), Winnipeg Symphony
1970 Suite for Solo Violin No.4 (“Pacific”), McMaster University
1971 Concertino for Gamba and Harpsichord, York University
1971 Fanfare, the Winnipeg Art Gallery
1948 & 1949 Composition Prize of the Vienna Musikverein
1950 Austrian State Prize for Composition
1951 Award for Piano Sonata No.5, International Society for Contemporary Music
1961 First Prize for Concerto for Orchestra, GEDOK, Mannheim
1966 Honourable Mention for String Quartet No.3, GEDOK, Mannheim
1991 Juno Award Nomination for Best Classical Composition, Cappriccio
1992 Nomination for the Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik for the Six
1970 Doctor in Music, Brandon University
1970 Professor title, Austrian government
1975 Diplôme d'Honneur, Canadian Conference of the Arts (posthumous)
Membership in Professional Organizations
1945 Charter Member of International Society for Contemporary Music
1953 Canadian League of Composers
1966 Canadian Music Centre
• Introduction and Variations on a Theme from my Childhood, Waterloo
Music, Waterloo, Ontario
• Pieces from my Childhood Vol. I and II, Waterloo Music, Waterloo, Ontario
• Six Piano Caprices, Brandon University School of Music Press,
• String Quartet No.3, Berandol, Toronto
• Ten Caprices for Solo Violin, Brandon University School of Music Press,
• Triple Concerto, Universal Edition, Vienna
• Eckhardt-Gramatté Chamber Music Recital Hall, University of Calgary
• Eckhardt-Gramatté Competition for Young Pianists, held in
various cities in North America, including Edmonton; Kitchener-
Waterloo; Hartford, Connecticut; and St. Thomas, Ontario (twice)
• Eckhardt-Gramatté Electronic Music Studio/Sound Room, Lakehead
University, Thunder Bay
• Eckhardt-Gramatté Foundation/Trillium Plus Composition Competition,
• Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall, University of Winnipeg
• Eckhardt-Gramatté Manitoba Composers’ Scholarship, awarded annually at the Associated Manitoba Arts Festivals Provincial Music and Speech Finals
• Eckhardt-Gramatté Memorial Concertmaster’s Chair, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra
• Eckhardt-Gramatté Memorial Principal Viola Chair, Calgary Philharmonic
• Eckhardt-Gramatté Music Conservatory, Brandon University
• Eckhardt-Gramatté Music Library, University of Manitoba
• Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition for the performance of
Canadian Music, held annually since 1976 at Brandon University
Lun, 2022-02-14 10:26
I have corrected this. Thank
I have corrected this. Thank you for letting me know, and for the information.