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By howra27 Mar at In the Method there is material to help develop the technique of double stops including fourths and fifths and as a rare example for the cello, the octaves played with “Fingersatz”: You already recently rated this item.
He introduced a new form of the teaching material -“Selected etudes from the works of the celebrated old masters of the violoncello. Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers.
A classical style of performance, great and noble tone, and virtuosity were the highlights of his playing, but he was ceolo stranger to the lighter and more brilliant bowing technique of the French and Belgian schools.
Kummer gives the fingering of all scales, going through five octaves; the double stopping division is quite subdued.
The talented cellist soon attracted the attention of the celebrated violinist Ferdinand David, concertmaster at the Gewandhaus and Mendelssohn’s associate in the development of Leipzig musical life.
Among Grutzmacher’s other teaching compositions are Twelve etudes Op. His playing might have seemed somewhat stiff and overly academic, but it always methhod simple and natural, and never overstepped the boundaries stipulated by the nature of the instrument. The text is presented by the editor according to the edition of the Bach Society ; ornaments added previously appear in brackets. Karl Schroder was very close in significance and creative style to Friedrich Grutzmacher.
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113 Etudes for Cello (Dotzauer, Friedrich)
In his Practical Method he writes about a spiccato stroke, which he is more tolerant of than was Romberg. Connect to add to a playlist. Kummer possessed a powerful, beautiful tone and remarkable knowledge of the fingerboard.
In Dotzauer’s Method one can fello a certain influence of Romberg, though his Method appeared only in Despite all the criticism of Grutzmacher’s editions of old music, it still must be admitted that he sotzauer one of the first if not nethod very first who tried to interpret Bach’s suites in the concert aspect, and not as etudes.
Sor – Six divertissements pour la guitare Opus 1. Create a quick account: When Dotzauer began his career there inKummer, who had previously studied oboe, became a pupil of his. The Method of Playing Harmonics includes the methods of this device, double stops, scales and exercises in harmonics, celoo an additional section on pizzicato played by the left hand. Pietro Raimondi’s opera La Donna Colonnello is known to have been “saved” by Dresden musicians-among them the violoncellist August Kummer and the violinist Antonio Rolla -who played concert pieces during intermissions.
Outstanding works like the suites for cello solo by J. The title page bore the notice: At the same time, in some respects Dotzauer takes an independent course. Besides his own compositions, Dotzauer’s repertoire included concertos by Romberg, Arnold and other contemporaries.
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Dotzauer played in the premieres of Wagner’s operas Rienzi and The f7ying Dutchman. Grutzmacher’s interest in the artistic values of pre-classical, classical and romantic violoncello music, as well his performing style are evidence of the so-called “academic” tendency in the history of the art of the cello that evolved in the final quarter of the 19th century as a reaction to the degeneration of the romantic virtuoso trend.
The outstanding features of his style, reflecting Romberg’s and Dotzauer’s influences, were its nobility, lack of excessive affectation and the aspiration to penetrate the spirit of the work being performed. Speaking of the German cellist’s great success, a critic praised his good tone and technical perfection, but reproached him for insufficiently vivid phrasing.
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Petersburg at the end of Januaryhe played the concerto by Raff A. Grutzmacher appeared successfully in different metbod of Germany, Austria, Italy, England, Holland, Scandinavia and Switzerland, as well as in Russia and For a number of years after he played there under Carl Maria von Weber and later under Richard Wagner.
Though both positions are based on playing without the spike celo holding the instrument between the calves, Dotzauer’s position is freer and more natural, and the cello is held not very deep.
Cello sheet music Format: Dotzauer’s teaching compositions were very valuable, and some are still.
Violoncellschule (Dotzauer, Friedrich)
Julius Ritz, the follower of Mendelssohn’s traditions who held a very high opinion of Grutzmacher’s talent, headed the glorious orchestra at the time.
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Dotzauer successfully combined a concert and teaching career. Judging by the drawing of the cellist at the instrument contained in Dotzauer’s Method, it was essentially different from that of Methpd.