He straddled two eras; he was among the last generations of players who could secure appointments as court musicians rather than working full-time in the public eye, yet he was also one of the first successful traveling woodwind virtuosos -- the man who more than any other established the clarinet as an expressive, romantic instrument. Baermann led a colorful life that early on was closely linked to the military. About this time, he began studying the clarinet with Joseph Beer and in , enjoying the patronage of Prince Louis Ferdinand, he took lessons with Tausch. He served and fought in the Prussian army and was captured by the French in the battle of Jena, but he escaped and made his way to Munich, where he obtained an appointment as court musician.
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You can download Adobe reader for free directly from the Adobe website. Baermann led a colorful life that early on was closely linked to the military. About this time, he began studying the clarinet with Joseph Beer and in , enjoying the patronage of Prince Louis Ferdinand, he took lessons with Tausch. He served and fought in the Prussian army and was captured by the French in the battle of Jena, but he escaped and made his way to Munich, where he obtained an appointment as court musician.
Later, the clarinetist played to great acclaim in Italy, France, Russia, and England, including a six-month stint in London in He shared many of his concerts, as well as his bed, with the Munich singer Helene Harlas. The couple produced four children, one of whom was the clarinetist, composer, and teacher Karl or Carl Baermann, who in turn fathered a pianist of the same name who would wind up teaching in the U.
The personally likable Heinrich Baermann inspired other composers as well: Mendelssohn wrote his clarinet pieces for him and Meyerbeer produced a quintet for him and a cantata, Gli amori, for both Baermann and Harlas. He himself wrote clarinet teaching pieces and exercises that remained in use, particularly in Germany, through the twentieth century.
His concert works -chamber and orchestral pieces all centered on the clarinet - have fared less well. The one Baermann piece that circulated at all widely was the adagio from his Clarinet Quintet No.
BAERMANN ADAGIO CLARINET PDF
Posted on August 29, by heatherroche Heinrich Baermann , trained at Potsdam, served in a military band, and after a tour that took him through England, France, Italy and Russia he arrived in Munich in , widely famous. While there, it was arranged that Carl Maria von Weber , who was visiting Munich in the midst of a tour planned to establish his reputation Spitta would present some concerts for the Court, and he engaged Baermann to help him; for the occaision he wrote his Concertino for clarinet. Carl Maria, always ready with his sympathies, attached himself in the warmest friendship to this excellent fellow—a friendship which lasted through their lifetimes. In their communion as artists, or in long years of separation, never was this friendship weakened…. Weston ; The Concertino was so well received that the King immediately commissioned two full-scale clarinet concertos Warrack
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