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Franz Benda

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Compositions for: Violin

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4 Flute SonatasViolin Sonata in A minor, L3.121Violin Concerto in D major, L2.2Violin Concerto in B-flat major, L2.18Violin Sonata in B-flat major, L3.125Violin Concerto in C major, L2.1Violin Sonata in F minor, L3.73Violin Sonata in E-flat major, L3.145Violin Sonata in B-flat major, L3.130Violin Sonata in E major, L3.51Violin Concerto in A major, L2.13Violin Sonata in A major, L3.95Violin Sonata in A minor, L3.116Violin Sonata in F major, L3.69Violin Sonata in A major, L3.109Violin Sonata in B-flat minor, L3.138Violin Sonata in C major, L3.1Violin Sonata in A major, L3.98Violin Sonata in A minor, L3.118Violin Sonata in A major, L3.105Violin Sonata in E minor, L3.59Violin Sonata in E minor, L3.61Violin Sonata in G major, L3.76Violin Sonata in C minor, L3.104 Violin SonatasViolin Sonata in D major, L3.19Violin Sonata in C minor, L3.8Violin Sonata in G major, L3.77Violin Sonata in A major, L3.96Violin Sonata in G minor, L3.89Violin Sonata in D major, L3.17Violin Sonata in C minor, L3.9Violin Sonata in D major, L3.25Violin Sonata in F major, L3.70Violin Sonata in G minor, L3.90Violin Sonata in A major, L3.103Violin Sonata in E-flat major, L3.40Violin Sonata in F major, L3.63Violin Sonata in G major, L3.80Violin Sonata in B minor, L3.139Violin Concerto in E major, L2.8Violin Sonata in C major, L3.2Violin Sonata in A major, L3.106Violin Sonata in G major, L3.81Violin Sonata in E major, L3.46Violin Sonata in E major, L3.47Violin Sonata in B-flat major, L3.132Violin Sonata in D major, L3.20Violin Sonata in G major, L3.86Violin Sonata in F major, L3.66Violin Sonata in E-flat major, L3.34Violin Sonata in G major, L3.79Violin Sonata in E major, L3.50Violin Sonata in C major, L3.4Violin Sonata in E major, L3.55Violin Sonata in G major, L3.83Violin Sonata in F major, L3.65Violin Sonata in A-flat major, L3.923 CapricesViolin Sonata in E-flat major, L3.41Violin Sonata in E-flat major, L3.38Violin Sonata in B-flat major, L3.126Violin Sonata in E-flat major, L3.43Violin Sonata in E major, L3.49Violin Sonata in E major, L3.53CapricciosCaprice in B-flat major, L6.63Caprice in C major, L6.3Violin Sonata in A minor, L3.117Violin Sonata in D major, L3.27Violin Sonata in F major, L3.71Violin Sonata in G major

Arrangements for: Violin

Violin Sonata in A minor, L3.121Violin Sonata in A major, L3.98Caprice in B-flat major, L6.63Caprice in C major, L6.3Violin Sonata in F major, L3.71Violin Sonata in G major

Parts for: Violin

Violin Concerto in A major, L2.13
Wikipedia
Franz Benda (Czech: František Benda) baptised 22 November 1709, Benátky nad Jizerou – 7 March 1786, Potsdam) was a Bohemian violinist and composer, who worked for much of his life at the court of Frederick the Great.
Benda was born in Old Benatek in Bohemia, the son of Jan Jiří Benda. His brother was the composer Georg Benda. Benda's daughter Juliane Reichardt (1752–1783) and his granddaughter Louise Reichardt (1779–1826) were also composers. Benda wrote his autobiography in 1763: it not only gives a detailed account of his own life but also a valuable record of the lives of other musicians whom he encountered during his career.
In his youth Benda was a chorister in Prague and afterward in the Chapel Royal at Dresden. At the same time he began to study the violin, and soon joined a company of strolling musicians who attended fetes, fairs, etc. At eighteen years of age Benda abandoned this wandering life and returned to Prague, going to Vienna, where he pursued his study of the violin under Johann Gottlieb Graun, a pupil of Tartini. After two years he was appointed chapel master at Warsaw. In 1732, he entered the service of Frederick the Great, then crown prince of Prussia, with whom he remained the rest of his life. He was a member of the crown prince's orchestra, and later became concertmaster to the king. He played about 50,000 concertos over a period of forty years. At Benda's request, Frederick allowed his parents and siblings to move to Potsdam when, as Protestants, they suffered religious persecution in Bohemia.
Benda was a master of all the difficulties of violin playing, and the rapidity of his execution and the mellow sweetness of his highest notes were unequalled. He had many pupils and wrote a number of works, chiefly exercises and studies for the violin.
Benda died in the Nowawes, a small colony near Potsdam set up by Frederick the Great to house Protestant refugees fleeing religious persecution in Bohemia.
Descendants of Benda also continue in the same musical line. In the 20th century, František Benda was a composer of film scores and other works. The Benda Chamber Orchestra, which carries and honours the name of the Benda musical family, was founded in 1956 in Ústí nad Labem, Northern Bohemia (Czech Republic). One of his descendants, Jean Sebastian Benda, acclaimed Swiss pianist, lived in Brazil, having married the pianist Luzia Benda. After his return to Europe, in 1981, along with his wife and children born in Brazil, his family follows the musical tradition of their ancestors.
Benda composed 17 symphonies, numerous concerti and sonatas for violin, and other chamber works.
Lee, Douglas A. (2001). "Franz Benda". In Root, Deane L. (ed.). The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. Oxford University Press.‎