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Compositions by Ivan Ronda

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Biography of Ivan Ronda

Ronda, Ivan. Studied at the Giuseppe Nicolini Conservatory, Piacenza under Luigi Toja. Concert organist. 20th century, Italy.

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Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827)

Biography of Ludwig Beethoven

Ludwig Beethoven

Beethoven, Ludwig van. Studied in Bonn with Pfeiffer, ~Eeden_Gillesvanden_d1782 ~ (organ), Rovantini (violin) and Christian Gottlob Neefe; in Vienna with Haydn, 1792, and in secret with Schenck; with Albrechtsberger (counterpoint) and Schuppanzigh (violin), 1794. Assistant court organist in Bonn, 1782. Cembalist and conductor to the Vienna Orchestra, 1783; received the freedom of the city of Vienna, 1815. Became deaf, 1822. Composed symphonies, an opera, piano pieces, piano concertos, string quartets, masses, songs, chamber music, &c. b. Bonn, Germany, Dec. 15th, 1770; d. Vienna, Mar. 26th, 1827.

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Finale from Symphony No 7 (arr. by Ivan Ronda) BE01682 In preparation
Chopin, Frédérick François (1810-1849)

Biography of Frédérick Chopin

Chopin, Frédérick François (Fryderyk Franciszek). Pupil of Adalbert Zywny; studied at the Warsaw Conservatory under Joseph Elsner. Composed piano music. b. Zelazowa Wola, near Warsaw, Poland, Mar. 1st, 1810; d. Paris, France, Oct. 17th, 1849.

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Etude (Op. 10/4) (arr. by Ivan Ronda) BE01677 In preparation
Debussy, Achille Claude (1862-1918)

Biography of Claude Debussy

Claude Debussy

Debussy, Achille Claude. Studied at the Paris Conservatory, 1873, under Marmontel and Lavignac; gained the Prix de Rome, 1882; the Grad Prix, 1884. Composed an opera, a cantata, orchestral and piano pieces, songs. b. St. Germain-en-Laye, France, Aug. 22nd, 1862; d. Paris, Mar. 25th, 1918.

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Danse Bohémienne
Title: Danse Bohémienne (arr. by Ivan Ronda)
Composer: Claude Debussy
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-1675-1
Published: 09-Jun-2021Add to basket
(arr. by Ivan Ronda)
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Golliwog’s Cakewalk (arr. by Ivan Ronda) BE01674 In preparation
Falla, Manuel de (1876-1946)

Biography of Manuel de Falla

Falla, Manuel de. Studied at the Madrid Conservatory under Tragó (piano) and Pedrell (composition); pupil of Dukas and Debussy. Composed operas, ballets, &c. b. Cadiz, Spain, Nov. 23rd, 1876; d. Alta Gracia, Argentina, Nov. 14th, 1946.

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Danse rituelle de Feu (arr. by Ivan Ronda) BE01679 In preparation
Handel, George Frederick (1685-1759)

Biography of Georg Friedrich Händel

Georg Friedrich Händel

Händel (Handel, Haendel, Hendel), Georg Friedrich (George Frederick). Studied at Halle Cathedral, 1692, under Friedrich W. Zachau (counterpoint, organ, harpsichord and oboe). Assistant organist of Halle Cathedral, 1697-1702; organist there, 1702-03. Violinist at Hanover Opera, 1703; in Italy, 1706; conductor to the Elector of Hannover, 1709; to the Duke of Chandos, England, 1718; music master to the Prince of Wales; director of the Royal Academy, London. Composed operas, oratorios, serenatas, odes, anthems, songs, cantatas, concertos, suites, &c. b. Halle, Germany, Feb. 23rd, 1685; d. London, England, Apr. 14th, 1759.

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Music to the Royal Fireworks (arr. by Ivan Ronda) BE01681 In preparation
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)

Biography of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Mozart, Johann Chrysostemus Wolfgang Amadeus. Pupil of his father (clavichord), self taught organ and violin; of Johann Christian Bach; Haydn, Tenducci and Manzuoli. Organist and concertmaster to the Archbishop of Salzburg, 1779. Concertmeister to the Archbishop of Salzburg, 1768; chamber composer to the Emperor; toured Italy, 1769; elected a member of the Bologna Philharmonic Academy. Composed masses, operas, songs, symphonies, concertos, chamber music, clavier music, organ sonatas. Son of Leopold Mozart. b. Salzburg, Austria, Jan. 27th, 1756; d. Vienna, Dec. 5th, 1791.

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Fantasie in D minor (K397) (arr. by Ivan Ronda) BE01680 In preparation
Ronda, Ivan
Ninna Nanna (Wiegenleid by J. Brahms) (arr. by)
Title: Ninna Nanna (Wiegenleid by J. Brahms) (arr. by)
Composer: Ivan Ronda
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-1600-3
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Saint-Saëns, Charles Camille (1835-1921)

Biography of Camille Saint-Saëns

Saint-Saëns, Charles Camille. Hon.Mus.D. (Cantab, 1893); Commander, Legion of Honour, 1894. Pupil of Stamaty (piano) and Pierre Maleden (harmony); studied at the Paris Conservatory under Stamaty (piano), Maleden (theory), A. P. F. Boëly, François Benoist (organ), Reber (composiiton), Gounod (composition) and Halévy (composition); gaining organ prize, 1851;. Organist of St. Séverin’s, Paris; St. Méry’s, Paris, 1853-57; the Madeleine, Paris, 1858-77. Professor of piano at the Niedermeyer School, Paris, 1861-65. Composed symphonies, operas, ballets, incidental music, masses, odes, hymns, symphonic poems, concertos, chamber, piano and music, &c. b. Paris, France, Oct. 9th, 1835; d. Algiers, Algeria, Dec. 16th, 1921.

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Danse Bacchanale from Samson and Dalila (Op. 47) (arr. by Ivan Ronda) BE01672 In preparation
Marche Militaire Francaise (Op. 60) (arr. by Ivan Ronda) BE01673 In preparation
Strauss, Johann (1825-1899)

Biography of Johann Strauss

Strauss, Johann junior. Pupil of Drechsler (composition). Conducted the Restaurant Orchestra, Hietzing, 1844; the summer concerts, Petropaulovski Park, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1855-65; the court balls, 1863-70. Composed dance pieces, operettas, &c. b. Vienna, Austria, Oct. 25th, 1825; d. there, June 3rd, 1899.

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Overture to Die Fledermaus (arr. by Ivan Ronda) BE01678 In preparation
Tschaikowsky, Peter Ilyich (1840-1893)

Biography of Peter Tschaikowsky

Tschaikowsky, Peter Ilyich. Studied in St. Petersburg with Kündinger (piano); at the St. Petersburg Conservatory under Zaremba and Anton Rubinstein. Professor of harmony at the Moscow Conservatory, 1866-77. Composed operas, symphonies, ballets, piano music, &c. b. Wotkinsk, Russia, May 7th, 1840; d. St. Petersburg, Nov. 18th, 1893.

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Polonaise from “Eugene Onegin” (arr. by Ivan Ronda) BE01676 In preparation

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