Jean Ruckgaber (1799–1876)

Jean Ruckgaber (1799–1876)
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Introduction, Variations et Finale op. 34 (1835)   for Csakan and Pianoforte... more
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Introduction, Variations et Finale op. 34 (1835)
for Csakan and Pianoforte
First edition, presented by Peter Thalheimer
Aura-Edition AE 041-Cs, Csakan part & score for Pianoforte, € 22,00
As a pupil of Johann Nepomuk Hummels and later director of the Lemberg conservatory, Jean Ruckgaber was in touch with composers such as Franz Xaver Mozart, Chopin and Liszt.
His first-edited piece for the Csakan recorder and Pianoforte is a technically and musically rewarding concert work for both players.
Written towards the end of the Csakan's epoch, these character variations are based on a song-like theme in the romantic gesture. After the introduction with recitativo elements, the variations are enriched with piano interludes and notated cadences. The final Presto is set as a whirling finale.
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