J.P.E.  Hartmann

J.P.E. Hartmann

(1805-1900)

J. P. E. Hartmann was one of Denmark's most significant composers. In addition to that, he was an organist. Hartmann was pupil of his father Aug. W. H. (a son of the above Johannes H.) and of Ludwig Spohr. He was a central character in Danish musical life throughout the 19th century. Hartmann was chairman of The Music Society from 1939 to 92. He was organist at the Copenhagen Cathedral from 1843 to 1900 and from 1867 director of the Royal Academy of Music. He became honorary doctor there in 1879. Hartmann introduced the tone that was later characterized as the specific Northern-Romantic tone and considerably influenced the Danish composers of his century. He continued composing in a steady development until his 89th year, and his latest compositions are among the most important and independent works in Danish music. His works include ballets (together with Aug. Bournonville), orchestral works, melodrama, chamber music, piano and organ works, and a considerable number of songs.

Available Works

  1. Tema med Variationer

    1849 • J.P.E. Hartmann

    2-6 Instruments

  2. Samtlige Orgelværker

    1886 • J.P.E. Hartmann

    Solo

  3. Overture to the play “Corregio”

    1858 • J.P.E. Hartmann

    Orchestra

  4. Ouverture til “Yrsa”

    1883 • J.P.E. Hartmann

    Orchestra

  5. Ouverture “Hakon Jarl”

    1844 • J.P.E. Hartmann

    Orchestra

  6. Sonata in a minor

    1885 • J.P.E. Hartmann

    Solo

  7. Liden Kirsten

    1846 • J.P.E. Hartmann

    Music Drama and Stage Music

  8. Blomstre som en rosengård

    DR Pigekoret

    1861 • J.P.E. Hartmann

    Choir




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