He was a court composer, and as such was quite prolific. He wrote symphonies, 18 violin concertos, as well as many other works. He was an opera composer as well, and wrote 45 of them. His most popular work in his lifetime was the opera Doktor und Apotheker Doctor and Apothecary that premiered in Vienna in and was a tremendous success.
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Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Don't show me this message again. Double Bass Concerto No 2 in D major composer. Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf View whole album. His father was able to afford a good education for young Ditters who studied music, French and religion privately, besides attending a Jesuit school. His violin teachers recognised his flair for composition and he soon found himself with a court position where he could study more seriously.
Early in he went with Gluck to Italy where he performed as a violin virtuoso with some success. In he succeeded Michael Haydn as Kapellmeister to the Bishop of Grosswardein, where he built up a good orchestra and a group of singers and was able to turn his attention to writing his first oratorio, Isacco , along with some operas.
He died two days after dictating the last pages of his autobiography. Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf — wurde in Wien geboren und wuchs zu einer der bedeutendsten Gestalten der Wiener Klassik heran. Seine Geigenlehrer erkannten seine Begabung zum Komponisten, und schon bald konnte er ein Hofamt antreten, das ihm ernsthaftere Studien erlaubte. Anfang des Jahres reiste er mit Gluck nach Italien, wo er mit einigem Erfolg als Geigenvirtuose auftrat. Er starb zwei Tage nachdem er die letzten Seiten seiner Autobiographie diktiert hatte.
Double Bass Concerto No.2 in E-flat major, Kr.172 (Dittersdorf, Carl Ditters von)
Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf 2 November — 24 October was an Austrian composer , violinist and silvologist. After retiring honorably from his military obligation, he was provided with royal letters of reference and a sinecure with the Imperial Theatre. In , the six-year-old August Carl was introduced to the violin and his father's moderate financial position allowed him not only a good general education at a Jesuit school, but private tutelage in music, violin, French and religion. After leaving his first teacher, Carl studied violin with J. Ziegler , who by , through his influence, secured his pupil's appointment as a violinist in the orchestra of the Benedictine church on the Freyung. Prince Joseph of Saxe-Hildburghausen soon noticed young Ditters, and on 1 March hired him for his court orchestra.
Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf
Ditters Von Dittersdorf, Double Bass Concerto