Category:Lessel, Franciszek. Franciszek Lessel. ( — 26 December ). ＝ Compositions by: Lessel, Franciszek. The following 3 pages are in this. × ; 15 KB. 1 reference Franciszek Lessel. retrieved. 9 October Category:Lessel,_Franciszek · named as. Franciszek . Franciszek Lessel, a composer and pianist, was born in Warsaw c. and died at Piotrków Trybunalski on 26 December His work is the most complete.
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Retrieved from ” https: Franciszek Lessel — 26 December was a Polish composer. Among his most noted pieces is his Fantaisie in E minorOp.
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Ffranciszek Concerto was composed in Warsaw in and it is not known if the work was performed again when Chopin attended the franciezek in Warsaw. His work is the most complete expression of the classical style in Polish music, as evinced in his choice of genres symphonies, overtures, variations, quartets, sonatas, massesthe arrangement of cyclic works harmonic practice, instrumentation and forms. Franciszek Lessel, a composer and pianist, was born in Warsaw c.
You can help Frandiszek by expanding it. All the mass items are through – composed and the choirs are handled in a variety of ways. They were also performed exclusively during the composer’s lifetime, first of all in Poland were they were highly regarded by the critics.
The religious works, especially the masses, require large-scale performing forces solo voices, mixed choir, orchestra and sometimes organ. In his works one can easily recognize the influence of Mozart, with the highly developed virtuosity of an improvisatory character, bringing them close to the style brillant. It is very probable that Chopin knew Lessel’s compositions, among which the concerto, but there is no evidence of such knowledge in any sources.
This page was last edited on 12 Decemberat His father, Wincenty Ferdynand Lessel, was a pianist and composer of Czech origin who served as his first teacher. Log in Wish list. The work was published in Lipsk around and Chopin could familiarize himself with the piece from the printed score. Beydale was for a time his lover, until they discovered they had the same mother. His piano concerto in C major opus 14, published c. Most of Lessel’s works, especially the vocal – instrumental, orchestral and chamber ones, have been preserved in manuscripts, although some have been lost.
It is known that in s the works by Lessel – mainly chamber and religious were performed in Warsaw and Chopin must have heart them. Newsletter PWM Sign up. The influence of Polish music manifests itself in Lessel’s creative output first of all in the exploitation of metrorhytmic elements of Polish dances mainly in the cyclic works as well as in the use of folk and popular melodies as themes for larger works. In his piano works one can see the influence of Mozart with traces of improvisatory virtuosity making those compositions brilliant in effect.
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Lessel worked as a court musician, headed Warsaw’s Amateur Music Society, and gave lessons franclszek how to play the glass harmonica. It is particularly clear in the Piano Concerto in C major, Op. This article about a Polish composer is a stub. With BIO note only. In Franciszek Lessel went to study with Joseph Haydn and continued to do so until Haydn’s death. Lessel Franciszek – Polish composer belonging to the generation of the composers prior to Chopin; Haydn’s student.
Lessel was the composer of solo piano pieces and pieces for the piano and orchestra in the mature classical style. Music Education Day Check. In Lessel’s creative output one can distinguish two stages: The orchestral part is entirely subordinated to the solo instrument, as in Chopin’s piano concertos. In the nineteenth century they were published exclusively during the composer’s lifetime in Austria, Germany, and sometimes also in England and France.