Förster horn. GAESTEHAUS BRUNNENCAFE FOERSTER

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He continued to serve at his post in Merseburg until the Hofkapelle was dissolved in 1738 following the death of the Duke Moritz Wilhelm. In 1710 he met in Weissenfels, who at the time was working as a lawyer. Most notably, he is known to have subscribed to two of Telemann's publications of the 1730s; Tafelmusik and the. Works which are likely to be by Christoph Förster are listed below. It was Telemann who published Förster's Sei Duetti, Op. The Breitkopf Catalogue; The Six Parts and Sixteen Supplements 1762-1787. In 1723, Förster traveled to Prague with his employer for the coronation of.

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At the Birthday of he played as a soloist under the leadership of Kapellmeister Johann Graf. Although there are several Italian cantatas listed in Breitkopf's thematic catalogue, few, if any, of these pieces have survived. Förster was proficient in the Italian style of composition, which he learned from Heinichen and from his subsequent trips to Leipzig and Dresden 1719 , and then Prague 1723. Music at German Courts, 1715—1760: Changing Artistic Priorities. During his time in Merseburg he was also required to compose Italian Cantatas, and purportedly also learned Italian for this purpose. Later, in 1717 he was employed as a chamber musician in the Sachsen-Merseburg where he played second violin to , whom he later superseded as.

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This is evident in his wealth of orchestral and chamber music, much of which was probably composed for performance at the Merseburg court. When Heinichen went to Italy, Förster moved to Merseburg where he continued his studies with the and court organist Georg Friedrich Kaufmann. He died here two years later in 1745. In Prague, he made the acquaintance of the Viennese court musicians , , and Piani and also took part in a performance of Fux's Constanza e Fortezza and performed in a concert as a harpsichord soloist and violinist for a Dutch ambassador. Still without a fixed position, he applied for the position of vice-kapellmeister in Rudolstadt which he received on 3 May 1743 without a fixed salary. Throughout his life, Förster maintained numerous contacts with other musicians. He began organ studies with local organist Johann Philipp Pitzler, with whom he traveled.

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Horn Concerto in E

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. With Heinichen, he took lessons in general bass and also began studying composition. . . . .

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Christoph Förster

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GAESTEHAUS BRUNNENCAFE FOERSTER

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