Christoph graupner - shalev ad-el - concerti e musica di tavola


The most significant genres in which Graupner worked were the chorale cantata , the trio sonata , and the concerto . He composed about 1,300 cantatas. In style they approach the gallant, or Rococo, style, that was emerging at that time. His trio sonatas and concerti represent a German assimilation of these Italian forms. Characteristically, the trio sonatas are written in fugal style. Graupner also wrote several operas, many overtures and symphonies, and harpsichord partitas and sonatas.

In 1705 Graupner left Leipzig to play the harpsichord in the orchestra of the Hamburg Opera under the direction of Reinhard Keiser , alongside George Frideric Handel , then a young violinist. In addition to playing the harpsichord, Graupner composed six operas in Hamburg, some of them in collaboration with Keiser, a popular composer of operas in Germany.


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