The need for Jupiter’s own piano arose when Jens Nygaard’s arrangement with Yamaha Artist Services to offer its CFIIIS gratis for Jupiter’s use came to an end in August 2012. From 1914 to 1917, isolated from the European musical community, he composed profusely and studied Islamic culture and ancient Greek drama and philosophy. ▪ in one glorious movement, for clarinet and piano. Not only were his compositions performed at the Academy’s public concerts, but the press confirmed the young composer’s considerable talent, highlighting his “sure compositional technique,” “great appreciation for beautiful sounds,” and “natural and fresh feeling.” The premiere of the second quintet celebrated his graduation from the Academy. After his service in the navy, he returned to Oberlin, then worked for Handy’s publishing company in New York, played the oboe in theater orchestras, studied on a scholarship with Edgard Varèse, and began to write large-scale works in the early 1920s. BEETHOVEN  String Trio in Eb Major Op. Three years later Goetz moved to Winterthur in Switzerland to work as a church organist and attempt to cure the tuberculosis he had contracted in childhood. Not least of all, we are deeply grateful to our Jupiter fans from near and afar for contributing most generously to our Piano Fund.   â–ª in the late Classical–early Romantic style, the charming Quintet is written for the unusual combination of piano, flute, clarinet, viola, and cello with the piano as primus inter pares, first among equals—each movement a winner bearing a variety of melodic gifts and revealing a lively feeling for rhythm and color. He enrolled at Wilberforce College intending to study medicine but left without graduating as he turned to music instead and was influenced by Coleridge-Taylor. Charles Wakefield CADMAN  Piano Trio in D Major Op. His submissions in 1876 and 1877 also won first prize. Among his friends was Beethoven (in varying degrees), at whose funeral he was a pall bearer and for whose memorial concert he played the variations on the Prisoners’ Chorus from Fidelio, at Beethoven’s request. MeiYingManager Michael VolpertArtistic Director. We will always remember our piano technician Thomas A. Sheehan, who died in May 2005, for his efforts to obtain the CFIIIS from Frank & Camille’s. She graduated first in her class of 10 in a mere 2 years in 1878 in an era when women’s creativity was largely scorned.   â–ª a melancholy song for soprano, violin, and piano by Bruckner’s pupil, set to the poem Sterbende Träume “Dying Dreams” by Kurt Erich Rotter (1907‑1979). The Toronto Symphony Orchestra is a charitable organization that relies on the support of its vibrant community to deliver outstanding programming and music education. that includes works from the standard repertoire and the In 1879 he began his studies, steeped in Viennese Classicism, with Rheinberger at the Königliche Musikschule in Munich. Christine Lamprea cello, Jacqueline Kerrod harp The Divertimento was likely written during this insecure period or in 1757, when he was appointed Kapellmeister to the Bishop of Grosswardein in Hungary (now Oradea, Romania). Spohr was a dominant force in German music and as famous as Beethoven—he served in a number of court positions, he was the celebrated leading violin virtuoso, he was one of the most sought-after and prolific composers of the first half of the 19th century, and is considered a forerunner of early Romanticism. A handful of recordings cut around 1910 bear witness to this. See also,-Sandro, Maxim Lando piano 39 in E-Flat Major, K. 543: 2. The dark gloom of this Largo, which stands in such striking contrast to the brightness of the outer movements, is further enhanced by the frequent low rumblings on the piano.”. Alexis HOLLÄNDER  6 Charakterstücke Op.   ~ Daniel Heartz suggests that the leisurely Rondo of 89 measures (sketched in Vienna in September 1789) is related in theme to Ferrando’s aria in Cosi fan tutte, ▪ Allegro in Bb Major K. Anh. Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players. Written for a competition sponsored by the Viennese Society of Musicians, the Trio won 3rd prize and impressed Brahms, who recommended it to his publisher, Simrock. She is buried near her parents in Birchington-on-Sea in Kent. Within 3 months, we reached our goal of $50,000—the cost of the piano, the move, and the initial work to make it playable. 13 ▪ 1839 I walked out the back door, looked up and there they were in plain sight. Victor 17707. MOZART  Piano Quartet No. Abigel Kralik violin Born in Messkirch to a respected Swabian burgher, Kreutzer (1780–1849) is considered a minor master of the Biedermeier epoch. Å»eleński also is one of the important composers of songs that were popular in Polish salons. University of Kentucky Symphony Orchestra John Nardolillo, conductor. Of his teachers there, the most significant was the pianist and conductor Hans von Bülow, Liszt’s son-in-law.   â–ª an Elysian post-Romantic work by the “Most Popular Composer of 1930” ~ its use of ragtime elements in a classical composition is a first, anticipating the music of composers like Gershwin and Milhaud. Donate Today. The Chicago Symphony Orchestra performed her Symphony in E minor in 1933, and collaborations with Marian Anderson and Leontyne Price followed. Paul Neubauer viola, Michael HAYDN  Divertimento in Eb Major MH 9 ▪ 1754–1757 13 ▪ 1808 rarely-performed, and featuring outstanding musicians. Cynthia Phelps viola, Samuel COLERIDGE-TAYLOR  Clarinet Quintet in F# minor Op. Randall THOMPSON  Suite for Oboe, Clarinet, and Viola ▪ 1940 Servais (1807–1866) switched from the violin to the cello after hearing a performance by Nicolas-Joseph Platel. Ravel wrote the Sonatine in response to a notice for a competition posted in the Paris Weekly Critical Review. In addition to his musical activities, he was a family man who enjoyed a happy social life and varied pursuits like swimming, ice-skating, hiking, gardening, and painting. He died in Friedenau (now part of Berlin) in 1920. He then moved to Halle in 1746 and for 18 years he was the organist and music director at the Liebfrauenkirche. ‘All systems are valid,’ he said, ‘provided that one derives music from them.’ He wished to be free from compulsive influences, and was never interested in passing fashions. All performances, except where noted, are held at. Andrei Feher, conductor. 4 ▪ 1899 Maurycy Banaszek viola, Saverio MERCADANTE  Trio for Clarinet, Violin, and Cello ▪ circa 1810s Béla BARTÓK  Piano Quintet in C Major ▪ 1903–1904 3 ▪ 1896 Conducted by Sir Colin Davis Performed by the London Symphony Orchestra   â–ª commissioned for a final exam at the Paris Conservatoire, the duo for clarinet and piano in free form is an impressionistic whirlwind of technical challenges. 34bis). 10 ▪ 1895 Cellist Oliver Herbert is featured in Elgar's timeless Cello Concerto, while Mozart’s heavenly " Jupiter" Symphony firmly establishes the composer as a pinnacle of the Classical era.   â–ª voluptuous late Romanticism with an intense, powerful Andante. A prolific composer, his oeuvre of nearly 500 opus numbers encompasses every genre except opera. Three years later he served as Reményi’s accompanist. We are grateful to the Museum for a copy of the music. 2 in G Major for 2 Violas F. 61 (BR B8) ▪ 1775 Symphony No. Welcome to the Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players Web Site. In their first concert for the 2021 season Richard Davis will conduct the sublime music of Mozart featuring his longest and last symphony, the magnificent “Jupiter” Symphony. Having earned 2 artist diplomas, Price began her career as an instructor at segregated schools in Arkansas, then as head of the music department at Clark University in Atlanta until 1912. 2 in Bb Major in 1999 at Good Shepherd Church. Among his masterpieces are his chamber music and choral music. The Countess took piano lessons with Beethoven and, judging by the works dedicated to her, she was a pianist gifted with refinement and insight rather than virtuosity. Scharwenka met Brahms through George Henschel in the summer of 1876, when the 3 were on holiday in Sassnitz on the island of Rügen in the Baltic Sea. He promptly enrolled at the Brussels Conservatory as Platel’s pupil, won a first prize a year later, and from 1829 became Platel’s teaching assistant.   â–ª one of his very few large-scale works ~ in late Classical style, the String Trio (an unforgiving form) possesses an undeniable charm in his distinctive voice. In 1872 he taught harmony and composition for 5 years at the Warsaw Music Institute, and in 1878 assumed the directorship of the city’s Musical Society. Subscriptions. Mozart Jupiter Symphony. The exciting and diverse programme ranging from Baroque to Pärt, the title of which refers to the main work of the concert, Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony… The manuscript of this deeply moving, gorgeous work bears an anguished quote of suffering from Goethe, in awareness of the German composer’s rapidly deteriorating health from tuberculosis. Matrix/Take: B-13670/2.   â–ª a flawless masterpiece of utmost lightness and charm, with heavenly melodies, Mozart was under contract with the publisher Franz Anton Hoffmeister to write 3 piano quartets, a virtually new genre of his own invention. Ferdinand HILLER  String Trio in C Major Op. From 1833 to 1840 he was maestro di cappella at Novara Cathedral, and from 1840 till his death, he served as head of the Naples Conservatory. In December 1799 he left for Vienna to study composition under Joseph Haydn until Haydn’s death in 1809. His active career included tours in Europe and several posts in Vienna, Stuttgart, Cologne, and other German cities, all the while composing numerous operas. A pupil of Mozart, with whom he lived from the ages of 8 to 10, he also studied with Haydn, Salieri, and Albrechtsberger.   â–ª absolutely ravishing, with a restless, dark character.   â–ª a big early work, the imposing Romantic quintet is shot with a dash of Liszt, Brahms, Strauss, and a distinct Hungarian flavor.   â–ª ravishing Romanticism by the English composer—dramatic, passionate, Schumannesque. After his third win Brahms revealed himself to Dvořák, offering his support by promoting the young composer’s music—he recommended Dvořák to his publisher Simrock and introduced him to luminaries, including Joseph Joachim. 41,K. The music publisher Barbara Garvey Jackson has said that Price’s “methods are actually quite close to Dvořák’s in the way she approaches the use of ethnic materials (both of the Old and the New Worlds).”, See also, Antonín DVOŘÁK  Piano Quintet No. Leone SINIGAGLIA  Romanza for Horn and Piano ▪ 1899 23, K. 488 Mozart: Symphony No.   â–ª winsome character pieces in canon form, influenced by Schumann, and capturing various moods from contemplative to jaunty ~ for clarinet, viola, and piano. Give to the TSO. Julian Rhee violin It was dedicated to the prominent Eissler sisters, violinist Marianne and harpist Clara. Read the program here. In 1891 he emigrated to the United States and opened a New York branch of his conservatory in October, but returned to Berlin after 7 years. This move resulted in a burst of creativity, competition wins, and widespread recognition for her work beginning in the 1930s. Although Spohr did not understand or appreciate Beethoven’s later works he felt it his duty to promote his music by conducting it in orchestral concerts. For this charity concert, she put Liszt in charge. Ernő DOHNÁNYI  Sextet in C Major Op. First written when Bridge was in his mid-20s, the Quintet was radically revised just after he turned 30. 9, K. 271 “Jeunehomme” Mozart: Symphony No. In 1840 he returned to Poland and, after his marriage, obtained a post as organist at St John’s in Vilnius, taught piano, conducted the theater orchestra, and presented many concerts, introducing audiences to works of Mozart, Haydn, and Mendelssohn. Menuetto: Allegretto – Trio IV. Join Our Mailing List! Printable Calendar (pdf), Drew Petersen piano Conductor BAS WIEGERS. Bernard Labadie conducts the Jupiter Symphony along with a dramatic overture by Haydn and two early keyboard concertos by Bach featuring rising star pianist Beatrice Rana in her CSO debut. His maternal grandfather, a partially blind former slave who worked as a town crier and lamplighter, exerted a strong influence on the boy by singing plantation songs to him. Even Eduard Hanslick, the notoriously vicious Viennese critic, found Kralik to be “a genuine, original talent which...holds great promise for the future.” She remained musically active throughout her long life, even though her deeply romantic style fell out of fashion as the 20th century advanced; her music has all but disappeared from the repertoire. 20-concert series: Mondays at 2pm and 7:30pm. ROY THOMSON HALL Peter Oundjian, conductor Charles Richard-Hamelin, piano Adrian Anantawan, violin. Max BRUCH  String Quintet in A minor ▪ 1918–1919 Henry Thacker “Harry” BURLEIGH  4 Southland Sketches ▪ 1785–1796 The trio was written for Richard Mühlfeld, the clarinetist whose awesome and moving interpretations inspired Brahms to compose again after he had quit in 1890. Mozart: Rondo for Violin and Orchestra, K. 250/248b “Haffner” Mozart: Adagio for Violin and Orchestra, K. 261 Mozart: Piano Concerto No. Moniuszko was the soul of 19th century musical life in Vilnius and as his career flourished, he became known as the foremost 19th century composer of Polish song and was revered as the “Father of Polish National Opera.” Halka and The Haunted Manor are considered his best operas. And Karen Gomyo’s virtuosic talent will be on full display in the Bernstein Serenade inspired by Bernstein’s reading and subsequent interpretation of Plato’s Symposium. Most importantly, Bauer was a tireless promoter and supporter of American and modern music, exerting great influence in the development of American music in the first half of the 20th century. Seldom performed, the Quintet was written when Bartók was 23. The New Grove Dictionary maintains that “His music displays mastery of the technical means of the Classics and the principles of polyphony, combined with a feeling for the new Romantic trends in music.”, Władysław Å»ELEŃSKI Piano Quartet in C Major Op. He then studied piano with Anatoly Galli, Pavel Pabst, and Vasily Safonov at the Moscow Conservatory, graduating in 1898. She continued her studies in composition and violin with Carl Reinecke and Richter in Leipzig, during which time she wrote the Piano Trio. Bernard Labadie, conductor Alexandre Tharaud, piano Frédéric Antoun, tenor Philippe Sly, bass-baritone Mozart: Arias Mozart: Piano Concerto No. She taught and lectured widely, including at Juilliard, and was the first woman faculty member at New York University. Fortuitously, Rufinatscha had the foresight to donate his musical manuscripts to the Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum in Innsbruck in 1887. Her subsequent violin studies with Engelbert Röntgen led to her marriage to his son, the German-Dutch composer and pianist, Julius Röntgen. His creativity, however, languished. Joachim sight read the work that evening with Clara Schumann at the piano, instantly identifying the author of each movement. Waldemar von BAUSSNERN  Serenade ▪ 1898 Michael Volpert, Artistic Director.   â–ª late Romanticism on a grand scale for clarinet, piano, and cello. Join Our Mailing List! According to the New Grove Dictionary, “Next to Liszt he ranks as the most versatile Hungarian musician, whose influence reached generations in all spheres of musical life. His first opera, L’apoteosi d’Ercole, written in 1819, was a success that launched a career spanning decades and led to tours in Vienna, Madrid, Cádiz, Lisbon, and Paris, where he met Giacomo Meyerbeer, whose operas influenced Mercadante to write more dramatically. Andante cantabile III. The post-Romantic Quintet, written at age 20, was played by none other than Richard Mühlfeld, for whom Brahms wrote his Clarinet Trio and Clarinet Quintet. Servais, described by Berlioz as “Paganinian,” was probably the finest cello virtuoso of his day. 73 ▪ 1923 The work of a fully mature composer, it is one of his most characteristic and idiomatic in its fusion of Czech nationalism and Austro-German traditions. The New Grove Dictionary further asserts that he was “the foremost representative of dramatic music after Moniuszko.” Å»eleński was buried in the family tomb at Rakowice Cemetery in Kraków. Mozart: Rondo for Violin and Orchestra, K. 250/248b “Haffner” Mozart: Adagio for Violin and Orchestra, K. 261 Mozart: Piano Concerto No. Born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, he was for a time the music editor and critic of the Pittsburgh Dispatch, and became a foremost expert on American Indian music.   â–ª irresistibly appealing and mellifluous, the Trio for piano, clarinet, and a prominent, haunting horn part is by Brahms’s only composition pupil. Avery Gagliano piano He then founded and conducted the Konzertverein (later the Alexis Holländerscher Verein) which merged with the Cäcilienverein in 1870. Then he heard the premiere of Also sprach Zarathustra, met Strauss, and was inspired: “I was aroused as by a flash of lightning by the first Budapest performance of Also Sprach Zarathustra. The first known recording of the Jupiter Symphony is from 1913, at the dawn of the recording era, making it one of the first symphonies to be recorded using the earliest recording technology. Xiao-Dong Wang violin   â–ª melodic gifts flow lavishly in this knockout by the unknown Venetian rooted in the 19th century—from a passionate and driven first movement to the heartwarming Andante, alluring Scherzo, and beguiling Finale. Albert Cano Smit piano Jens Nygaard, Founder   â–ª grand in eloquence and virtuosity, the Duo for violin and viola was composed in his 24th year.   â–ª his first string trio, in effect a divertimento or serenade in 6 movements. Grow accustomed to a system that has this same fundamental condition for every education, and then see what [girls] can do after acquiring technical skills and intellectual independence, rather than entrench yourselves against female capabilities by limiting the education of women!”, Rosalind Frances ELLICOTT (1857–1924)  Piano Trio No. Symphony No.41 in C, K.551 - "Jupiter" Symphony No. And he became more conservative, abandoning atonalism. All performances, except where noted, are held at In 1804 he succeeded Haydn as Konzertmeister and later as Kapellmeister at the court of Esterházy in Eisenstadt. Before leaving Vienna to return to Poland, Lessel performed as a pianist and in a string ensemble in Lwów with, among others, Karol Lipiński. His creativity unfettered, he continued to write over 1000 piano pieces. Sinigaglia (1868–1944) was born into a prominent upper middle class family in Turin.   â–ª a brilliant, bravura showpiece that ends with flashy fireworks ~ arranged by Hummel for piano and string quartet.   â–ª captures the lilting, rhythmic, and whirling virtuosity of the csárdás and the verbunkos, traditional Hungarian folk dances ~ from a set of 21 dances, originally for piano 4-hands, arranged for violin and piano by Joseph Joachim. 2 in G Major Op. 2 in D minor ▪ 1891 It proves to be a masterly work, in no way reflecting Bruch’s age and disgruntled opinion of the state of music at the time. The poet Klaus Groth, friend of the self-taught Jenner, arranged for Jenner to study in Hamburg with Eduard Marxsen, whose most famous student was Brahms. ERIK BOSGRAAF recorder. In 1836 he was Inspector of the Marymont Institute of Farming, and the following year he was appointed Inspector of the regional Gymnasium in Piotrków Trybunalski, a tenure he held until his death. Composed in 12 days for his friend, the cellist Josef Srb-Debrnov, who organized small chamber concerts at his home, its public premiere was performed in February 1879 with Dvořák playing the harmonium, which added an exotic touch with its distinct reedy tone. Benjamin Beilman violin We give thanks to The Howard Hanson Collection, Sibley Music Library, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester for their gift of the music. By the age of 20, he had composed 2 string quartets, trios, and an overture, which he conducted at its premiere on 29 July 1857. Continual surprises enliven the overall effect, with subtle harmonic, rhythmic, and emotional shifting of gears and dramatic changes of tone color. 40 ▪ 1807/1918   â–ª profound Romantic work by the remarkable Swedish violinist and composer—the stunning Quartet reveals inventive writing with beautiful tunes, a lyrical Andante and an exuberant finale. In 1823 he was an agent of Duchess Maria of Württemberg’s estate in Pilica, and in the 1830s he managed the Poplawski estate in PÈ©cice. Maier was born in 1853 in the late-medieval town of Landskrona, across the sound from Copenhagen. Liszt himself wrote the introduction and a variation, the interludes, and a finale. series to acknowledge and perpetuate the legacy of conductor Jens Inspiration was a vital spark...’”, Maurice RAVEL–Carlos SALZEDO  Sonatine ▪ 1905 After he matriculated at Leipzig University, he became the organist at the Church of St Sophia in Dresden in 1733 for 13 years. Conductor Bernard Labadie returns to lead the H+H Orchestra and Chorus in an ebullient performance that also features Beethoven’s Coriolan Overture. The last symphony written by Mozart, KV 551 in C major called “Jupiter”, composed in the summer of 1788 with two other symphonies, KV 543 and KV 550. These soirées were known as Les Vendredis. When he was orphaned at age 11, he went to live with his step-uncle in Kremsmünster. In 1885 he founded the publishing firm bearing his name with the intent of promoting the works of promising Russian composers. Mozart: Rondo for Violin and Orchestra, K. 250/248b “Haffner” Mozart: Adagio for Violin and Orchestra, K. 261 Mozart: Piano Concerto No. He also traveled widely, promoting his works in London, Paris, and the United States. Among his pupils were Rachmaninoff and Scriabin. The frames version of our pages can be found at the following links: We would like to thank our patrons, supporters and Friends for their generous contributions, which have enabled Jupiter to give numerous performance opportunities to very talented musicians. 153 ▪ 1919 Mozart Jupiter Symphony. Composed during his first visit to Russia at the beginning of 1839, it was dedicated to the composer Count Mikhail Vielgorsky. 41 in C Major, K. 551, "Jupiter": I. Allegro Vivace Gerard Schwarz , Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra 1 He later arranged the Sonata as a Quintet for piano, 2 violins, viola and cello (Op. Between 1862 and 1866 she attended the St. Petersburg Conservatory, where her teachers included Adolf von Henselt and Anton Rubinstein. His friends and collaborators included Brahms, Ferruccio Busoni, Max Bruch, Artur Nikisch, and Mahler. As choral director of the Cäcilienverein for 32 years, Holländer was influential in the cultural life of Berlin—he performed for the first time in Berlin such works as Brahms’s German Requiem, Max Bruch’s Odysseus, Handel’s Semele, and Liszt’s Christus. She died in 1927. 7 ▪ 1917 The Planets, Op. Marion BAUER  Concertino Op.   â–ª Discover an old friend in new clothes in this reconstruction done by Sebastian Brown in 1947: “Before destroying the original manuscript [written for string quintet with 2 cellos], Brahms arranged this work as a Sonata for 2 pianos (Op. Subscribers get the best seats at the best prices, plus an array of exciting perks! She was born into a middle class family in Little Rock, Arkansas, and was first taught music by her mother when white instructors refused to do so. Mei Ying, Manager Adayevskaya (1846–1926) was born Elisabeth von Schultz in St. Petersburg, the daughter of Georg Julius von Schultz, a prominent Estophile of Baltic German heritage. Å»eleński then studied at the Paris Conservatoire from 1866 until 1871, when he returned to Poland. I hardly ever alter my compositions.” Ellicott retreated from the music scene around 1900, moved to the south of England after World War One, and died in Seasalter. His instrumental pieces during this time include music for 3 ballets and a fine Flute Concerto in E minor. He died four days before his 36th birthday in 1876. Visit our Hummel died a rich man after a long and successful career, then faded into obscurity with the arrival of Romanticism. Hexaméron Variations ▪ 1837–1838 : In expectation of the arrival of their revered and beloved friend, Joseph Joachim, this sonata was written by R.S., J.B., A.D.”). Frank BRIDGE  Piano Quintet in D minor ▪ 1912 As to her songs, she worked very closely with her like-minded older brother Richard, a noted poet, philosopher, and cultural historian. 61 ▪ 1907 Mozart’s symphonic masterpiece: the exhilarating “Jupiter” Symphony. FAE Sonata ▪ 1853 In 1927 he settled back in Warsaw to assume the directorship of the Warsaw Conservatory for 5 years, aiming to improve music education in Poland. (“F.A.E.   â–ª for virtuoso violin and harp, with the latter’s magical sonority in one relaxed, spontaneous, improvisatory movement in several sections. When the first (K. 478 in G minor) did not sell because of its difficulty for amateurs, Mozart was released from his obligation. [17] The 1913 Jupiter Symphony recording lists Victor Concert Orchestra as … He died at age 44 from tuberculosis, most likely exacerbated by his drinking. He also founded his own conservatory in Berlin. 16 ▪ 1874 Born in Paris, La Tombelle was first taught by his mother (a pupil of Thalberg and Liszt) and influenced by his teachers Alexandre Guilmant (the virtuoso organist) and Théodore Dubois, and his friend and advisor Camille Saint-Saëns. Last updated 1/6/21,, In the summer of 1815 Weber wrote the Andante and Rondo movements first, possibly for Johann Simon Hermstedt (among the noted clarinetists of the 19th century), but he performed it in this 2-movement version on a tour of southern Germany with his friend Heinrich Baermann, the great clarinetist of Munich. Hiller’s vast musical output (in virtually every genre) is more or less now forgotten. Sooyun Kim flute Symphony.   â–ª divine short works for viola and piano by the prize-winning German composer admired by Brahms, Liszt, and Berlioz. The performance closes with the last symphonic composition of Mozart's illustrious career, the giant and grand Jupiter Symphony. 152 West 66th Street, New York, NY 10023 Carl Maria von WEBER  Grande Duo Concertante in Eb Major Op. His piano piece Romanzero, composed in Sassnitz, was dedicated to Brahms. In 1901 he went to Warsaw for 3 years to study harmony, counterpoint, and composition privately. During the 1930s Szymanowski retreated from using folk music directly in his compositions although he continued to use folk music material; his forms and orchestration of this period recall those of his earlier works. Born into a family of Polish landowners in Ubiel, in today’s Belarus, Moniuszko (1819–1872) began piano lessons at age 9 when the family moved to Warsaw, and continued his studies at the Gymnasium in Minsk in 1830. 41, K. 551 “Jupiter” Although he had no formal training in composition, he benefited from the advice of Sergei Taneyev. 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