Austrian composer and violin virtuoso Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf (–) was a very popular, prolific, and versatile composer who served in a number of. Name in Other Languages: 卡尔·冯·迪特斯多夫, Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf, Kārlis Diterss fon Ditersdorfs, カール・ディッタース・フォン・ディッタースドルフ, Карл. Find Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf biography and history on AllMusic – Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf, born simply Karl.
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His instrumental music became widely distributed and his vocal music, including his operas, operettas and singspiels, were often performed, particularly in Vienna.
However, he found that dtiters reputation as a leading light in the music world had greatly declined. Symphony [after Ovid’s Metamorphoses] no. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.
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Conditions in Johannisberg, the seat of the Prince-Bishop, deteriorated in the political circumstances of the time, and on the death of his employer in he moved with his family to join the household of a nobleman in Bohemia. Ditters was forced to leave the castle. He composed of these works over the span of several decades, and they provide insight into his development dittdrsdorf a composer.
From this period onward his output was enormous. He was 60 years old. Orchestral Music In orchestral music Dittersdorf may be compared in some respects to his near contemporary Joseph Haydn. You can make it easier for us to review and, hopefully, publish your contribution by keeping a few points in mind. Dittersdorf wrote a large number of stage works.
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Today his symphonies are noted for their folk—like melodies that were culled from the period. ByAugust Carl had obtained a post with the Viennese Schottenkircheorchestra. Pro Arts Chamber Orchestra of Munich. The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed.
In accepting the position, Ditters assumed a post that was recently vacated by Hadyn. Concerto Discover Music of the Classical Era. Dittersdorf had composition lessons from Giuseppe Bonno in his native Vienna and served as a violinist in the orchestra of the Prince of Sachsen-Hildburghausen, before joining the imperial theatre.
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Ditters spent his last ditterz supervising operatic productions and preparing his own compositions for publication. Inat age 21, Ditters was appointed court violinist. Giob – oratorio in 2 parts.
Throughout the s, Ditters increasingly broke away from his Johannisberg seclusion. Riding on a wave of popularity, Ditters composed eight more comic operas over the next five years, and these singspiele, works with spoken dialogue and folkish elements, proved extremely influential over the next half century. Stage Works Dittersdorf wrote a large number of stage works. His other famous oratorios from this period included Isacco, figura del redentore and Il Davide nella Valle di Terebintho Davidde penitente InDitters’ contract with the theater orchestra ended.
In Ditters accepted the post of Hoffkomponist court composerand it was during his tenure at Johannesberg that most of his creative output was produced.
Wrote 11 Singspiele for court th. Learn more about citation styles Citation styles Encyclopedia. Count Schaffgotsch, the Prince—Bishop of Breslau, who housed Ditters at Johannisberg for nearly 20 years, passed away.
Not a subscriber yet? Streams Videos All Posts. He also wrote oratorioscantatas and concertos among which are two for double bass and one for violastring quartets and other chamber musicpiano pieces and other miscellaneous works.
dithersdorf His symphonies around of them are also considered [ who? In orchestral music Dittersdorf may be compared in some respects to his near contemporary Joseph Haydn. Kapellmeister to various princes, esp. There he studied violin with Francesco Trani and composition with Giuseppe Dihters during this period he also became acquainted with Haydn and Gluck.
His final years were spent editing his works and writing his autobiographical Lebenbeschreibung Leipzig, Sign in to the BBC, or Register. He became Kapellmeister for the court of the Bishop of Grosswardein, in what is now Romania, and produced mostly sacred music for five years. During his 60 years of life, he composed over symphonies, 45 operas, a myriad caro sacred and chamber works, and completed his autobiography two days before his death. Fortunately, he was spared from these dire circumstances by an invitation from Baron Ignaz von Czrl, who offered to put Ditters and his family up in his castle, Rothlhotta, in southern Bohemia.
He followed this in with another oratoria, Giobbe Jobwhich was even more popular.
Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf
Ziegler, who, a few years later, and through his influence, made August Carl be appointed as a member of the orchestra at the Vin church on the Freyung. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf. Contents 1 Life 1. Ditters was only seven years old when he took up the violin, and he demonstrated a precocious talent for the instrument. Contact our editors with your feedback.