Ludwig August Lebrun was the leading oboe player of the s and ’80s, having to the Mozart Concerto, but the evidence of this release is that Lebrun was a. Stream Lebrun: Oboe Concertos No. 2 in G Minor, No.7 in F Major, No. 3 in F Major & No. 1 in D Minor by Nancy Ambrose King, Janáček Philharmonic .

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With conductor and orchestra providing firm, neatly shaped support, this is a release simply waiting to be enjoyed. The three concertos presented here come from a set of six published posthumously around not inas the booklet-note claimsand most interesting they are too.

When he died at the age of 38, lebrunn had travelled Europe as a soloist and composed at least 18 concertos for his instrument.

Lebrun Oboe Concertos 1, 2 & 4 |

His father, also an oboist of probably Belgian origin, worked from at the Mannheim court. The all-time greats Read about the artists who changed the world of classical music.

He died in Berlin at cooncerto age of 38, from the effects of liver inflammation. Skip to main content.

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Lebrun was born in Mannheim. December Learn how and when to remove this template message. Gramophone products and those of specially selected partners from the world of music. He started playing with the orchestra at the age of 12 and became a full member at the age of If you are a library, university or other organisation that would be interested in an institutional subscription to Gramophone please click here for further information.

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Retrieved January 28, This page was last edited on 25 Novemberat This article needs additional citations for verification. The two minor-key ones are the most striking: The well-known and celebrated oboe virtuoso a contemporary described being “charmed by his divine oboe” played with the orchestra at the court of the Prince-Elector Carl Theodor in Mannheim.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. That in itself ought to make him an obvious resort for oboists looking for Classical-period alternatives to the Mozart Concerto, but the evidence of this release is that Lebrun was a composer fully worthy of investigation on his own musical merits.

More meaningfully Mozartian of all, however, is the feeling one gets in all three of these works that Lebrun is wholly at ease with the concerto as a vehicle for personal expression as much as for virtuoso display. If relatively little interest has been shown in Lebrun before, perhaps that is because it is hard to imagine him ever having been performed as well as he is here.

In the summer of he married the soprano Franziska Danzione of the most outstanding and well-known singers of the time and the sister of composer Franz Danzi. Views Read Edit View history.