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Composers

Friedrich Dotzauer

All Compositions

Compositions for: Violin

#Parts for: Violin
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2 String Quartets, Op.123 Duos Concertants for Violin and Cello, Op.43 String Quartets, Op.1083 String Quartets, Op.303 String Quartets, Op.393 String Quartets, Op.45

C

Chant, Op.117Concerto concertant, Op.85

D

Duo Concertant for Violin and Cello, Op.119Duo Concertant for Violin and Cello, Op.124

F

Flute Quartet, Op.23Flute Quartet, Op.38Flute Quartet, Op.57

G

Grand Quatuor concertant, Op.130

O

Oboe Quartet, Op.37

S

String Quartet No.21, Op.118String Quartet, Op.13String Quartet, Op.29String Quartet, Op.64String Quintet, Op.134String Trio, Op.111String Trio, Op.52b

V

Variations sur un theme de Norma, Op.135Variations, Op.7

Parts for: Violin

3 Duos Concertants for Violin and Cello, Op.43 String Quartets, Op.1083 String Quartets, Op.303 String Quartets, Op.393 String Quartets, Op.45Flute Quartet, Op.23Flute Quartet, Op.38String Quartet No.21, Op.118String Quartet, Op.13String Quartet, Op.29String Quartet, Op.64
Wikipedia
Justus Johann Friedrich Dotzauer (20 January 1783 – 6 March 1860) was a German cellist and composer.
Born in Haselrieth, near Hildburghausen, to a father who was a church music minister, he learned at a young age to play a number of instruments, including piano, double bass, violin, clarinet, and horn. He also was instructed in music theory by the local church organist.
He received his first cello lessons from the court trumpeter, and, having chosen cello as his instrument, he went on to study with various other teachers, and eventually found his way into the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, and then the Dresden Court Orchestra, where he remained until he retired in 1850 at 67, ten years before his death.
During the years 1801-1805, Dotzauer was a cellist for the Meiningen Court Orchestra (Hofkapelle).
Although Dotzauer wrote many symphonies, concertos, operas, chamber works and sonatas, he was most recognised and famed for his Violoncellschule, 4 volumes of 113 exercises and caprices for unaccompanied cello.