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Andersen Joachim

Andersen, Joachim

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Notturno Op. 55 No. 3 for flute and piano

By Andersen Joachim

J. Andersen: Notturno No. 3  for flute and piano (Op. 55) was written in 1894 as part of “Eight performance Pieces for Flute and Piano” (Acht Vortragsstücke). Out of 67 overall compositions these 8 etudes are considered among his most popular work.
These etudes were composed in Copenhagen soon after he was forced to leave his post position with the Berlin Philharmonic orchestra.

Raymond Guiot

Reiko Hozu (piano)

Notturno

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Andersen Joachim

Joachim Andersen (1847 – 1909) was a Danish flutist, conductor and composer. Born in Copenhagen, in a family of flutist, he received his musical training from his father, Christian Joachim Andersen and soon was acknowledged as flute virtuoso. In 1869 he joined the Royal Danish Orchestra but left after a year to seek more challenging work. For couple years he played in the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra in Russia but then moved to Berlin. There he appeared as a soloist as well as performed with Bilse Band and the Royal German Opera.
In 1882 he was one of the co-founders of the Berlin Philharmonic along with 53 other musicians of Bilse Band. Over period of 8 summers he conducted two daily concerts of the Scheveningen summer festival in Hague.
Due to his health problems he had to leave his position with Berlin Philharmonic in 1893 and moved to Copenhagen. There he founded and orchestra school as well as dedicated his time to composing.