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Roma 1752 - Worcestershire 1832 Biography Muzio Clementi Download all page MIDI content in one zip file! (Subscribers only) Klavier [piano] works Three Fugues for piano [B flat major, F major, e minor], op. 5 (1780-81)
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3. Muzio Clementi - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Muzio Clementi (24 January 1752, Rome – 10 March 1832, Evesham, Worcestershire, England) was a celebrated Italian classical composer, pianist, pedagogue, conductor, music publisher
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Portrait of Clementi by Aleksander Orłowski Muzio Clementi (24 January 1752, Rome – 10 March 1832, Evesham Worcestershire England ) was a celebrated Italian classical composer pianist pedagogue ... conductor , music publisher, editor, and piano manufacturer. He is best known for his piano sonatas sonatinas , and his collection of piano studies, Gradus ad Parnassum . Nineteenth century enthusiasts lauded Clementi as "the father of the pianoforte", "father of modern piano technique", and "father of Romantic pianistic virtuosity". Encouraged to study music by his father, he was sponsored as a young composer by Sir Peter Beckford , a wealthy Englishman who brought him to England to advance his studies. He soon became known as one of the great piano virtuosi, touring Europe numerous times from his long time base in London . It was on one of these occasions in 1781 that he engaged in a famous piano improvisation duel with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Influenced by Domenico Scarlatti 's harpsichord school and Haydn's classical school and by the stile galante of Johann Christian Bach and Ignazio Cirri , Clementi developed a fluent, technical legato style which he passed on to an entire generation of pianists, including John Field Johann Baptist Cramer Ignaz Moscheles Giacomo Meyerbeer ... Johann Nepomuk Hummel and Carl Czerny . He was a notable influence on Ludwig van Beethoven Clementi also produced and promoted his own brand of pianos and was a notable

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CLEMENTI, MUZIO BIOGRAPHY (1752 1832) Muzio Clementi was born in Rome in 1752. He studied music from early childhood, and by the age of thirteen, assumed the position of
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From 1810 Clementi was again in England, where he was much respected, not least for his teaching compositions, his Introduction to the Art of Playing the Piano Forte of 1801, revised in 1826, and the famous Gradus ad Parnassum, completed and published in the latter year. He retired from business in 1830, settling first in Lichfield and then in Evesham, where he died in 1832, to be buried in Westminster Abbey. Albums featuring this composer are available for download from
CLEMENTI, M.: Early Piano Sonatas, Vol. 1 (Alexander-Max)
Instrumental CLEMENTI, M.: Early Piano Sonatas, Vol. 2 (Alexander-Max) Instrumental CLEMENTI, M.: Early Piano Sonatas, Vol. 3 (Alexander-Max) Instrumental CLEMENTI, M.: Gradus ad Parnassum, Vol. 1 (Marangoni) - Nos. 1-24 Instrumental CLEMENTI, M.: Gradus ad Parnassum: Nos. 25-41 (Marangoni)

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9. Muzio Clementi. Opera Omnia -Home
Urtext in 60 volumes published by Ut Orpheus Edizioni. Contents and publication schedule, studies, chronology, bibliography, and discography in English and Italian. Includes information and online orders.
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Comitato scientifico: Andrea Coen, Roberto Illiano, Costantino Mastroprimiano, Luca Sala, Massimiliano Sala Con il patrocinio dell'Assessorato alla Cultura della Provincia di Bologna Piano dell'opera Volumi pubblicati Novità Clementi, Muzio La corrispondenza di Muzio Clementi [Muzio Clementi Opera Omnia - Vol. XIV] Edizione critica Curatori : David Rowland Anno ed. Collana : Muzio Clementi - Opera Omnia. Edizione critica Codice : CCE 1 ISBN Pagine : pp. 692

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Hello My name is Muzio Clementi. I was born in Rome, Italy, on January 24th in 1752. I was the eldest of seven children of my Roman father, Nicol , who was a proficient
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Hello: My name is Muzio Clementi. I was born in Rome, Italy, on January 24th in 1752. I was the eldest of seven children of my Roman father, Nicol, who was a proficient silversmith and my Swiss mother, Magdalena Kaiser. i was born Rome, Italy.
When I was very young, my father became aware of my musical talent. I was taught the rudiments of music by a local church choirmaster named Buroni. When I was 7, I began to take organ lessons with Cordicelli. Then 2 years later, I gained a position as a church organist.
In 1766, a wealthy Englishmen, Sir Peter Beckford, was on a trip to Rome. He was so impressed with me that he decided to adopt me and bring me to his home in dorset, where I was to perform frequently.
In England I received an exceptional education in music and academics. I made my first performance on the piano when I was 18 years old. My performance turned out to be a great success and that was the beginning of my thriving career.
I began European tours in 1781. I went to France, Deutschland, and even sterreich, and Germany. When I was in Vienna, the Emperor, Joseph II, asked me to enter in a musical duel with Mozart. I performed one of my compositions, which was the piano sonata in B-Flat major. Mozart played a dazzling series of variations. Guess who won?

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12. Piano Music Of Muzio Clementi From Wolfmusic Publications, Ltd.
A new classical music publisher specializing in the piano music of Muzio Clementi that has been previously unpublished or is currently unavailable in modern notation. Includes a biography, scores, and sound files.
"Among all the masters who have written for pianoforte, Beethoven assigned to Clementi the very foremost rank. He considered his works excellent as studies for practice, for the formation of a pure taste, and as truly beautiful subjects for performance. Beethoven used to say ...'They who thoroughly study Clementi, at the same time make themselves acquainted with Mozart and other composers; but the converse is not the fact.'" Anton Schindler Wolfmusic Publications, Ltd. presents piano music of Muzio Clementi that has been previously unpublished or is currently unavailable in modern notation. Using state of the art technology, we create impeccably edited scores from autographs and early editions. Clementi, the father of the pianoforte, composed over 100 sonatas for the piano. Of this number, fewer than half are currently available in modern notation. Given the enormous influence of this composer, and his important contributions to piano literature, Wolfmusic Publications, Ltd. is compelled to revisit these piano sonatas. Three years of research have culminated in the first volume in a projected series of keyboard sonatas by this significant 18th-century composer. Volume I of "The Rediscovered Piano Sonatas" contains six piano sonatas, three of which were edited from the 'revised' autographs, previously unpublished. The remaining three sonatas were edited from authentic 19th-century editions.

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Encyclopedia Clementi, Muzio. Clementi, Muzio (m OO 'tsēō klāmen'tē) , 1752 – 1832, Italian composer, pianist, and conductor, b. Rome. He wrote more than 100 keyboard sonatas

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Muzio Clementi (January 24, 1752 – March 10, 1832) was a European classical composer, pianist, organist and teacher who is acknowledged as the first to write specifically for the
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Jump to: navigation search Previous (Muzaffarids) Next (Mwai Kibaki) Muzio Clementi Muzio Clementi (January 24, 1752 – March 10, 1832) was a European classical composer, pianist, organist and teacher who is acknowledged as the first to write specifically for the piano . He is best known for his collection of piano studies entitled Gradus ad Parnassum . Clementi's piano sonatinas and sonatas influenced composers such as Joseph Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in their many keyboard works. Clementi was sought after as a piano instructor not only because of his prodigious keyboard virtuosity but also because of his unselfish manner in teaching the essentials of piano technique. He placed an added emphasis on one's good character along with having diligence in studying the piano.
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    Clementi was born in Rome in 1752, the first of seven children, to Nicolò Clementi, a highly respected silversmith and Roman by heritage, and Magdalena Kaiser, who was Swiss . His musical talent became clear at an early age: by age seven he was in musical instruction, and was such a good student that by age nine he gained a position as a church

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18. Muzio Clementi - Classical Archives
Biography from the Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music. Complete files offered in MIDI, MP3, and Windows Media audio formats, including live recordings of featured artists.

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Clementi, Muzio (m `tsēō klāmĕn`tē), 1752–1832, Italian composer, pianist, and conductor, b. Rome. He wrote more than 100 keyboard sonatas, which set the definitive form, and, Muzio

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Best known for his classical piano sonatas, Clementi was one of the first composers to utilize the dynamic contrasts of the pianoforte. His formal design of the sonata became the standard and accepted practice, emulated by composers such as Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven. His piano sonatas remain a standard in piano literature, and he composed over 100 pieces for this genre. Hayes School of Music Cengage Learning Microsoft Research Bach ... Contact Us
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