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Johann Nepomuk Hummel was one of the greatest pianist composers of the early 19th century. Taught by Salieri, Albrechstberger and Mozart, he was a close friend of Beethoven from the late 1790s until the latter's death in 1827. Hummel replaced the elderly Haydn as Kappelmeister at Eisenstadt with Haydn's approval. His influence upon Schubert, Chopin and Liszt was profound, and his A minor and B minor piano concertos (1815/19) are fine examples of the early romantic concerto rivaled only by the masterworks of Beethoven.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Slovak National Radio, Bratislava, Slovakia (09/2008).
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Works DetailsHummel, Johann Nepomuk : Mathilde von Guise, opera, Op. 100
- Conductor: Didier Talpain
- Running Time: 6 min. 17 sec.
- Period Time: Romantic
- Written: 03/26/1810