Froberger - Canzons And Capriccios (CD, Album).
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Froberger: Canzons and Capriccios. Froberger: Canzons and Capriccios. Norway Music 901. CD.
Canzona in F major, FbWV 303 (Froberger, Johann Jacob). Canzona in D minor, FbWV 301 (Froberger, Johann Jacob). Canzona in G minor, FbWV 302 (Froberger, Johann Jacob). Canzona in C major, FbWV 305 (Froberger, Johann Jacob). Canzona in A minor, FbWV 306 (Froberger, Johann Jacob). Capriccio in C major, FbWV 506 (Froberger, Johann Jacob). Capriccio in G major, FbWV 509 (Froberger, Johann Jacob). Capriccios (Froberger, Johann Jacob). Collectaneorum Musicorum (Zelenka, Jan Dismas).
The list is organized by genres, in a way that makes adding newly found pieces easier than in most other work-lists: numbers 1xx are reserved for toccatas, numbers 2xx for fantasias, etc.
Capriccios (Froberger, Johann Jacob). Authorship Note Only No. -8 and 14-17 are actually by Froberger. According to Grove Music, of the 17 extant capriccios by Froberger, only 12 are found in autograph manuscripts; the other 5 are only found in secondary sources. php?title Capriccios (Froberger, Johann Jacob)&oldid 2806225.
Capriccio: Complete Capriccios. Johann Jakob Froberger; Bob van Asperen. Johann Jakob Froberger (1616–1667) was a German Baroque composer, keyboard virtuoso, and organist. He was among the most famous composers of the era and influenced practically every major composer in Europe by developing the genre of keyboard suite and contributing greatly to the exchange of musical traditions through his many travels. He is also remembered for his highly idiomatic and personal descriptive harpsichord pieces, which are among the earliest known examples of program music.
Johann Jakob Froberger (baptized 19 May 1616 – 7 May 1667) was a German Baroque composer, keyboard virtuoso, and organist. Among the most famous composers of the era, he was influential in developing the musical form of the suite of dances in his keyboard works. His harpsichord pieces are highly idiomatic and programmatic. Only two of Froberger's many compositions were published during his lifetime.
CD 1. Gottlieb Muffat Composer. Canzona N. 1 in E-, for keyboard Work. Jorg-Andreas Botticher Organ. 6. 1 in E-, for keyboard.
|From The Book Of 1649:|
|1||Toccata I In A||3:58|
|2||Canzon I In D||6:42|
|3||Canzon II In G||5:10|
|4||Canzon III In F||3:22|
|5||Canzon IV In G||5:38|
|6||Allemand In C||3:11|
|7||Courant In C||1:01|
|8||Saraband In C||1:26|
|9||Canzon V In C||2:56|
|10||Canzon VI In A||3:45|
|From The book Of 1656:|
|11||Capriccio I In G||5:05|
|12||Capriccio II In G||4:56|
|13||Toccata V In E||5:16|
|14||Capriccio III In E||6:06|
|15||Capriccio IV In F||2:48|
|16||Capriccio V In F||4:51|
|17||Capriccio VI In A||3:49|
|18||Toccata VI In A||3:23|
- Composed By – Johann Jacob Froberger*
- Design – Johan Otto Weisser
- Harpsichord, Liner Notes – H. K. Sveen*
- Photography By – Tor Jaran Apold
- Producer – Hans Knut Sveen
- Producer, Recorded By, Edited By – Jan Hovden