|Quartett F-Dur Für Klarinett, Viola, Cello Und Gitarre
Composed By – Johann Baptist Gänsbacher
|A1||Adagio. Allegro Moderato. Adagio. Allegretto|
|A4||Tempo Di Polacca|
|A5||Tempo Di Marcia|
|Sextett A-Dur Für Flöte, Klarinette, Viola, Cello Und 2 Gitarren
Composed By – Filippo Gragnani
|Sextett A-Moll Für Flöte, Klarinette, Horn, Cello Und Gitarre
Composed By – Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart
|B7||Sanft Und Lieblich|
Johann Baptist Peter Joseph Gänsbacher. Profile: Austrian composer and conductor, born 8 May 1778 in Sterzing, Austria (today Vipiteno, Italy) and died 13 July 1844 in Vienna, Austria. He's the father of Josef Gänsbacher. Variations: Viewing All Johann Baptist Gänsbacher. Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart, Filippo Gragniani, Johann Baptist Gänsbacher, Consortium Classicum - Musik Des Besonderen Klanges (LP). Schwann Musica Mundi. Johann Baptist Gänsbacher. Werke Für Klavier Zu Vier Händen, Vol. 2 (CD, Album).
Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart (26 July 1791 – 29 July 1844), also known as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, J. was the youngest child of six born to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his wife Constanze. He was the younger of his parents' two surviving children. He was a composer, pianist, conductor, and teacher from the late classical period whose musical style was of an early Romanticism, heavily influenced by his father's mature style.
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Compositions by: Mozart, Franz Xaver Wolfgang. The following 7 pages are in this category, out of 7 total. A. An Emma, O. 4 (Mozart, Franz Xaver Wolfgang). Collections by or with: Mozart, Franz Xaver Wolfgang. The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total.
Filippo Gragnani (1767-1812), an Italian who went to make his fortune in Russia, was one of a group of composers, little known today, who wrote music in which one or more guitars would stand in for keyboards. In the years around 1800, as it is today, a guitar offered a way of reproducing a full musical texture that was inexpensive compared with a piano.
Johann Baptist Gänsbacher (8 May 1778 – 13 July 1844), Austrian musical composer, was born in 1778 in Sterzing in the County of Tyrol. His father, a schoolmaster and teacher of music, undertook his son's early education, which the boy continued under various masters until 1802, when he became the pupil of the celebrated Abbé G. J. Vogler