Schwindel Concerto in D Major for Flute and Piano


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Schwindel Concerto in D Major for Flute and Piano

Schwindel Concerto in D Major for Flute and Piano

Edition Breitkopf
Composed by Friedrich Schwindel
Edited by Raymond Meylan

Friedrich Schwindl

Friedrich Schwindl (1737-1786) was a Dutch composer and musician. He worked as a violinist, flautist, pianist, music teacher, and composer. In 1763, he met Leopold Mozart and the young Mozart in Brussels, at the court of Count Carl von Colloredo-Mannsfeld, where he held a position as a virtuoso violinist. He served as concertmaster for the Count of Wied-Runkel and in 1770 at the court of Wilhelm V in The Hague.

In 1776, he settled in Geneva, where he founded a music school. In 1780, he moved to Karlsruhe, where he worked until his death as concertmaster of the Baden Court Orchestra under Margrave Karl Friedrich von Baden-Durlach.

His works were highly popular at the time and were published by Johann Julius Hummel in Amsterdam in repeated editions. Schwindl composed, among other works, 34 symphonies in the style of the Mannheim School, which also contained elements of Italian opera symphony.

Schwindel composed vocal duets, trios, string quartets, oratorios, and various choral works.

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