Georg Philipp Telemann

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German baroque composer (1681-1767)


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June 25, events from history | 1767: Georg Telemann, the most prolific composer of all time, died in Hamburg.
The program will include works by Georg Telemann, Benedetto Marcello, Heinrich Schtz, Henry Purcell and others.
The program includes "Percussion Music" and "Inventions on a Motive" by Michael Colgrass; "Japanese Impressions" by Anthony Cirone, and a transcription of "Concerto for Four Violins in C Major" by Georg Telemann.
Bach, Georg Telemann, Friedrich Seitz, Francois-Joseph Gossec, plus several folk songs and other special arrangements for young musicians.
performing spirituals as well as music by Aaron Copland and Georg Telemann.