Talk:Johann Georg Albrechtsberger

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Albrechtsberger's "Concerto for Jews Harp, Mandolin & Orchestra" was played on a local classical music station (KCSC, Edmond, OK) recently. Is there any information on this concerto and its unusual instrumentation? 4.245.56.53 03:34, 3 January 2007 (UTC) B. Erickson


He wrote 2 Concertos for that combination. I have them on record.92.4.140.175 (talk) 02:15, 30 August 2008 (UTC)


Lessons with Monn[edit]

Albrechtsberger cannot have taken lessons with Monn in 1755, because Monn died in 1750. There is absolutely no proof that Albrechtsberger ever was Monn's pupil.--Suessmayr (talk) 06:14, 6 December 2007 (UTC)