Talk:Carl Gottlieb Reissiger
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I have a few other music score examples from the same work that may be better than the one I've chosen. That one was chosen to show some of his kinship - my opinion - in harmonic fluency and figuration with the chamber music of his contemporaries such as Spohr... (a style I rate highly when at its best, btw, but the only work by Reißiger's I've heard on disc is a clarinet concertino)
(Edit: a check shows that a flute concertino and an overture- to die Felsenmühle- have been recorded, I'm not sure about a clarinet concertino- ah, Dieter Klocker _has_ recorded a clarinet concerto, Reißiger's opus 63; reviews that a search turns up mention a flute duo op. 94, and another writes "Reissiger's best music is his chamber music" (...!) of a clarinet "duo brillant", both in B♭ (op. 130- almost contemporary with the 11th piano trio I guess, about 1840) for clarinet and piano; opinions differ forever (I don't know enough of his music to say!), but I hope to hear e.g. his Mass no. 10 that's been reprinted somewhat recently.) Also forgot that Reißiger was born as late as 1798, which was easily remembered...) Schissel | Sound the Note! 12:30, 24 March 2007 (UTC)
Other recorded works by Reissiger include, according to MDT, the 7th and 15th piano trios, due for release by Hungaroton (HCD32488) in the near future. Schissel | Sound the Note! 11:18, 31 July 2009 (UTC)
a little error
In this article, it is written : Reißiger continued his musical studies in France and Italy in 1824, under the sponsorship of the Prussian Ministry of Cultural Affairs.
In fact, Reissiger "was given 500 thalers by the King of Prussia to study the methods of musical education in France and Italy and to advise on its reorganization in Berlin".
I copied this sentence from : The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, ed. St. Sadie, 1980, Repint 1991, vol. 15, p. 729.