Concerto for guitar, 2 violins, viola and violoncello, Op. 16

Concerto for guitar, 2 violins, viola and violoncello, Op. 16

Model: 5711 / EICM37 / 494-02510
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Description

Antoine de Lhoyer was born on 6 September 1768 in Clermont-Ferrand, in the heart of France. He settled as a guitarist in Hamburg in 1800
where some of his guitar works, including the present concerto, were published. He went to Russia sometime in early 1803; on his way he passed
through Berlin where he appeared in a concert in December 1802. He clearly obtained a prominent position at the imperial court in St. Petersburg were he stayed until his return to France in 1812, just before Napoleon’s Russian camp. He served in various command positions in the French army until his forced retirement in 1830. He died on 15 March, 1852 in Paris at the age of 84.

Rehearsal CD included.

Introduced by Erik Stenstadvold
Edited by Matanya Ophee

494-02510

Features

  • Model: 5711 / EICM37 / 494-02510
  • Manufactured by: Theodore-Presser
  • Condition: new
Concerto for guitar, 2 violins, viola and violoncello, Op. 16