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Friederich Ernst Fesca. By: Hayley Piccioni. Bibliography. Growing up. Born February 15, 1789 Started playing music at an early age In 1798, Fesca began taking violin lessons from Lohse. Influences. Mom Dad. Progressing.

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Friederich ernst fesca

Friederich Ernst Fesca

By: Hayley Piccioni



Growing up
Growing up

  • Born February 15, 1789

  • Started playing music at an early age

  • In 1798, Fesca began taking violin lessons from Lohse


Influences
Influences

  • Mom

  • Dad


Progressing
Progressing

  • During age of 15, Fesca became leading viloinist of the Leipzig GewandhavsOrchesta

  • Composed Symphony No. 1 in E flat major op. 6 in 1816

  • Employed to the Court of Jerome Bonaparte

  • Symphony No. 2 in D major, op 10 (1810-1813)

  • Symphony No. 3 in D major, op. 13


Family life
Family life

  • Fesca got married in the year of May 1812

  • Had four sons

  • His second son followed in his footsteps


Illnesses
Illnesses

  • 1810-1811 Fesca started to show signs of lung aliment

  • 1816 Fesca showed signs of lung ailment again

  • 1821 his illness became worse and worse and made him very weak


Accomplishments
Accomplishments

  • Three symphonies

  • Three string quartets

  • Operas “Omar und Leila” & “Cantemire”


Last day
Last Day

  • Fesca died on May 23,1826 in Karlsruhe, Germany


Composition history
CompositionHistory


Symphony no 3 in d major op 13
Symphony No. 3 in D major, op. 13

  • Composed in 1816

  • Last Symphony

  • Did not get published until 1819


Symphony no 3 in d major op 131
Symphony No. 3 in D major, op. 13

  • First performance was on November 25, 1819

  • The genre is Classical

  • Written in the Romantic Era


Symphony no 3 in d major op 132
Symphony No. 3 in D major, op. 13

  • NDR Radiophilharmonie

  • Frank Beermann

  • NDR Radio Philharmonic Orchestra


Symphony no 3 in d major op 133
Symphony No. 3 in D major, op. 13

  • The album name is Friedrich Ernst Fesca: Symphonies 2&3 Cantemire Overture

  • Duration 28 minutes and 23 seconds


Symphony no 3 in d major op 134
Symphony No. 3 in D major, op. 13

  • Four movement

  • Poco Adagio-Allefro molto

  • Adagio ma non troppo

  • Scherzo: Presto

  • Finale: Allegro molto


Symphony no 3 in d major op 135
Symphony No. 3 in D major, op. 13

  • Motivation

  • Last symphony


Symphony no 3 in d major op 136
Symphony No. 3 in D major, op. 13

  • Poco Adagio-Allegro Molto


Symphony no 3 in d major op 137
Symphony No. 3 in D major, op. 13

  • Poco Adagio- Allegro molto


Symphony no 3 in d major op 138
Symphony No. 3 in D major, op. 13

  • Adagio ma non troppo


Bibliography1
Bibliography

Eder, Bruce. “Artist Biography.” All Music. All Media Network,

LLC., n.d. Web

Edwards, Bobb. “Friedrich Ernst Fesca (1789-1826)- Find A

Grave Memorial. Historical News Papers. N.d Web

“Friedrich Ernst Fesca- Symphony No. 3 in D-major, op. 13

(1816). “YouTube.” Web


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