Enrico Mainardi was born LP) Milano, and studied there at the Verdi Conservatoire. At the age of 13 he appeared before the public as a soloist. Since then Enrico Mainardi has given solo performances in all European countries. For some years Mainardi has held a professorship at the Accademia Santa Cecilia in Rome, and regularly takes part in the annual summer courses at Salzburg and Lucerne. When Kuhlenkampff died a few years ago, his place was taken by Wolfgang Schneiderhan. Enrico Mainardi has made a name for himself as a composer and conductor.
The first German performance of his cello concerto took place at Bochum in March His importance as a soloist and a teacher is indisputable. Details Enrico Mainardi Spielt He was very much in demand in Italy and Germany and very busy during the Nazi period to perform in countries occupied by the Nazis.
Inhe formed a duo with pianist Carlo Zecchiwho became a favourite partner. Inhe founded a famous piano trio together with the pianist Edwin Fischer and the violinist Georg Kulenkampff, who died in and was later replaced by Wolfgang Schneiderhan. Cecilia, and in he replaced Becker who had passed away at the Berlin Hochschule, becoming known primarily as a teacher with a talent for spotting and, crucially, remedying bad habits and mental blocks in young players.
He also held summer classes in Salzburg and Lucerne. He had particular insight, not surprisingly, in the problems faced by talented youngsters who had to consciously learn what they had been taught as children.
He was especially adept at recognizing and curing technical problems brought on by bad habits that his pupils had picked up in their younger years. He Abendlied - Enrico Mainardi - Enrico Mainardi Spielt (Vinyl not normally prescribe bowings or fingerings for any particular pieces to his students. Instead, he preferred to teach them principals of fingering and how they related to particular issues in interpretation.
He insisted that his pupils learn the entire score for whatever pieces they were playing, not just their own part. This included knowing what all the instruments of the orchestra were doing at any given moment in a concerto. His pupil Joan Dickson who credits Mainardi with having saved her musical career when it was stalling at age 27 said LP) taught his students to Abendlied - Enrico Mainardi - Enrico Mainardi Spielt (Vinyl that proper phrasing is ruled by the harmonic progressions of a composition.
He made notable solo appearances in recital awith the leading orchestras and conductors, and this time he added performance in chamber music to his activities. He extended his fame in Germany through much of the rest of Europe Italy, Switzerland and Scandanaviathough he did not become popular in France or England.
However, even in those countries he was recognized as one of the great teachers of the instrument. Inhe also founded a trio with the pianist Guido Agosti and the flutist Severino Gazzelloni, LP). Enrico Mainardi's interpretative philosophy was conservative and steeped in 19th-century ideals: he taught that the whole score of a piece should be fully appraised before performance was attempted Abendlied - Enrico Mainardi - Enrico Mainardi Spielt (Vinyl that the melodic outlines should be dictated by the underlying harmonic movement.
He was a charismatic performer with very handsome looks and a flair for dressing well. He said he chose his clothing for a concert with a view to what was appropriate for the particular music.
Despite this, he did not indulge in platform histrionics to showcase the music or its particular difficulties. He wrote: "My principle and aim is to be at the service of music and not to use it for the sake of showing myself.
Thus, he became known as a reserved performer lacking showmanship, which was, by all accounts, at odds with his off-stage personality.
Consequently, he went into history as a musician's musician, rather than a crowd-pleasing one. His repertoire was especially known for its high quality and intellectual content.
He was one of the first concert cellists to make much of the J. Bach 's Cello Suites BWVand to give over an entire concert evening to their performance. Allowance must be made for the age of some of these recordings, and indeed the subsequent change in performance priorities. In Romantic repertoire, however, such as his restrained and generally Olympian readings of J. Brahms ' Op. Enrico Mainardi was the author of numerous cello works, both concert and pedagogic.
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