Biography of Anton Rubinstein (1829-1894)

18.11.1829
Born in Wchwotynez (Bessarabia)
First piano lessons from his mother, later from Villoing in Moscow
1838
First public concert in Moscow
1840
Contert tours with Villoint through France, Netherlands, England and Scandinavia
1844
Theoretical lessons from Dehn in Berlin
1848
Returns to Russia due to the German Revolution
1854
Four year tour through Germany, to Paris and London
1858
Court piano and concert director in Petersburg
1859
Head of Russian Music Society
1862
Head of the Petersburg conservatory, which emerged from the Russian Music Society
1867
Retires from the conservatory to have a tour through Europe
1871
Conductor of Vienna Society concerts
1872
Tour through America with violinist Henryk Wieniawski
1887
Again head of the Petersburg Conservatory
1891
Lives in Dresden
08.11.1894
Dies in Peterhof near Petersburg
Long lasting and deep frindship with Liszt

Sheet music for flute:

Melodie op. 3, Nr. 1 (F-Dur)
edition on notenbuch.deCD-Aufnahmen bei jpc.deMP3-Download bei amazon.de
(flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn)
Schott Verlag, ED 20110
Rating: easy
  1. Rubato - Moderato
Parts and Score
Very easy, nice coffeehousemusic.


CDs with/from Anton Rubinstein

Robert Dohn, Thomas Duis, Armin Fromm, Karl-Otto Hartmann, Dieter Klöcker, Andreas Krecher, Ulrich Schneider, Jan Schroeder, Niklas Schwarz
Anton Rubinstein (2004)
Oktett op. 9 - Quintett op. 55
jpc
    Oktett D-Dur op. 9:
  1. Allegro non troppo (13:23:00)
  2. Vivace (07:57:00)
  3. Andante non troppo (08:51:00)
  4. Allegro moderato (07:20:00)
  5. Quintett F-Dur op. 55:
  6. Allegro non troppo (11:44:00)
  7. Scherzo. Allegro assai (07:52:00)
  8. Andante con moto (07:48:00)
  9. Allegro apassionato (11:34:00)

Literature von/über Anton Rubinstein

Last edit 25.02.2014