Doppler Plays Doppler, Vol. Poeme in D-flat major, Op. Shopping Cart 0 item. The piano cycle served as a diary of sorts of his love for a piano pupil. After this he was sent to Leipzig where he remained for three years studying piano with Ignaz Moscheles and composition with Salomon Jadassohn and Ernst Richter.
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The piano cycle served as a diary of sorts of his love for a piano pupil. This was due to the background of his parents and to his education.
His mother, however, was an ethnic German Viennese. Home schooled by his mother until the age of nine, he was first sent to a German-speaking gymnasium in Vienna for two years before attending a Czech-speaking gymnasium in Prague where he stayed until he was After this he was sent to Leipzig where he remained for three years studying piano with Ignaz Moscheles and composition with Salomon Jadassohn and Ernst Richter.
After the better part of a year in Paris , Fibich concluded his studies with Vinzenz Lachner the younger brother of Franz and Ignaz Lachner in Mannheim. After spending two unhappy years there his wife and newly born twins both died in Vilnius , he returned to Prague in and remained there until his death in He was fluent in German as well as Czech.
In his instrumental works, Fibich generally wrote in the vein of the German romantics, first falling under the influence of Weber , Mendelssohn and Schumann and later Wagner. His early operas and close to of his early songs are in German. These works along with his symphonies and chamber music won considerable praise from German critics, though not from Czechs. In his chamber music, more than anywhere else, Fibich makes use of Bohemian folk melodies and dance rhythms such as the dumka.
He was also the first to use the polka in a chamber work, his quartet in A. In the tune was popularly harmonized by William Scotti.
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Poeme in D-flat major, Op.39a (Fibich, Zdeněk)