Jan Evangelista Antonin Kozeluh

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Born: 14 December 1738 — Velwary, Bohemia — Czech Republic
Died: 3 February 1814 — Prague — Czech Republic
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Music

Mainly Churchmusic, but also a few Operas, Symphonies and some Concerts for oboe, basson and clarinet. Since the clarinet concerto is only named ‘Kuzeluh’ it’s not known for certain if Leo or his nephew (or uncle, maybe their birth-date will decide that), Leopold wrote it. However, this concerto was so full of errors (probably not finished) that it’s first performance wasn’t until 1962.

Life

Lived in Prague from 1784 and worked as Choiremaster in Hradschiner cathedral.

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(1627) Heinrich Schütz: Premiere of Dafne, in Torgau, Germany.
(1909) Milii Balakirev: Premiere of Symphony no. 2 in d minor, in St. Petersburg, Russia.
(1948) André Jolivet: Premiere of the Concerto for Ondes Martenot and Orchestra, in Vienna, Austria.
(1953) Olivier Messiaen: Premiere of Livre d'Orgue, Stuttgart, Germany, with Messiaen at the organ.
(1963) Iannis Xenakis: Premiere of Stratégie, in Venice, Italy.

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Sheet music for Kozeluh

[details ←] Concerto in E flat major for Clarinet and Orchestra, clarinet,
[details ←] Concerto, piano, bassoon,
[details ←] Concerto in C major (with Cadenzas by M.Turkovic) (SHARROW), piano, bassoon,
[details ←] Caprice, piano,
[details ←] Concerto, bassoon,
[details ←] S0mtliche Klaviersonaten II, piano,
[details ←] S0mtliche Klaviersonaten I, piano,
[details ←] Tre sinfonie (D major, F major, G minor)
[details ←] Five Sonatas
[details ←] Pastoral - Andantino
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