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Dussek introduced one noteworthy stylistic innovation to the piano concerto form.
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The opera opened at Drury Lane on 14 Novemberand the music was well received,  with the European Magazine ‘s critic writing, “the music, by Mr. During a nearly ten-year stay in London, he was instrumental in extending the size of the pianoforteand was the recipient of one of John Broadwood ‘s first 6-octave pianos, CC-c4.
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He performed at courts and concert venues from London to Saint Petersburg to Milanand was celebrated for his technical prowess. The vast majority canzonetts Dussek’s music involves the piano or harp in some way.
His The Sufferings of the Queen of France composed inC 98for example, is an episodic account of Marie Antoinette with interpolated texts relating to the Queen’s misfortunes, including her sorrow at being separated from her children and her final moments on the scaffold before the guillotine. He wrote 35 sonatas for piano and 11 for piano duet, as well as numerous other works for both configurations.
Structural novelty and tradition in the early romantic piano concerto. Grove, George et al Apart from his own music, Dussek is important in the history of music because canzonstta his friendship with John Broadwood, the developer of the “English Action” piano. Reproducing Piano Roll Foundation.
He wrote a modest number of vocal works, include 12 songs, a cantata, a mass, and one opera, The Captive of Spilberg. Some of the xanzonetta in and featured both Dussek and Joseph Haydn ; the older Haydn wrote quite favorably of Dussek in a letter to the latter’s father following one of the concerts.
His compositions also included arrangements of other works, especially opera overtures, for piano. List of compositions by Jan Ladislav Dussek.
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Of one work, a reviewer wrote in”Dussek’s Military Concerto was repeated. Dussek then toured Germany, where he became one of the first “glamour” pianists, preceding Franz Liszt.
One review of a Berlin concert said, “He obtained great distinction as a pianist, dudsek was little less admired for his playing on the [glass] harmonica Retrieved 8 January Retrieved 7 Ddussek Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
For other uses, see Dussek disambiguation. Orchestral works were limited to concertos, including 16 for piano canzonett of them had lost and two of them are remained dubious attributionsix for harp three of them lostand one for two pianos. I love him as you do, as he has earned it. In an account of uncertain veracity, duxsek was reported that Sophia, who had fallen in love with another man, asked Dussek for money to repair her harp. Dussek died on 20 Marchin Saint-Germain-en-Laye.
The book also include. Retrieved 11 February Greene’s Biographical Encyclopedia of Composers. The failure to repay this debt put Corri into Newgate Prison and caused Dussek to flee. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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A suspicious Dussek went with his father-in-law to the man’s house, where Sophia locked herself in. Early biographers have generally claimed that he left because of the impending revolution. During his time in Paris he may have met and played with a violinist by the name of Napoleon Bonaparte.
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Cataloging Dussek’s compositions has a history of its own.
Dussek and Corri managed to convince the librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte to lend them money to cover their debts. Indespite his earlier canzohetta with Marie Antoinette, Dussek returned to Paris in the employ of Talleyrandthe powerful French foreign minister. H Flood, William Henry Grattan It seems unlikely that Dussek ever saw Sophia and his daughter Olivia after he left London in ; Sophia had to wait until canzpnetta knew Dussek had died before she could remarry, which she did in This section does not cite any sources.
He was one of the best-regarded pianists in Europe before Beethoven’s rise to prominence. Along with Clementi, Dussek may have been a source of stylistic inspiration and influence for Beethovenwhose expansion upon the idiomatic innovations of the London school led to their rapid penumbration with the appearance of Beethoven’s own keyboard works.
Some of Dussek’s compositions included arrangements of operatic and theatrical overtures for piano.
Jan Ladislav Dussek — The evolution of style found in Dussek’s piano writing suggests he pursued an independent line of development, one that anticipated but did not influence early Romanticism.
He wrote a powerful sonata Sonata in A flat major, Op. While there he was introduced to a technician named Hessel, who had developed a keyboard version of the glass harmonicaan instrument Dussek went on to master. Dussek was a predecessor of the Romantic composers for piano, especially ChopinSchumann and Mendelssohn.
In the spring ofDussek appeared in a series of concerts, a number of which featured Sophia, the young daughter of music publisher Domenico Corri.
Dussek composed a number of piano concertos between andeighteen of which survive.