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The Great King - Der große König (Germany 1942) English subtittles

There were several reasons for this: the state duties which prevented Frederick from devoting so much of his attention to music as he had previously, the tendency of many court musicians to get into a rut and ignore progress elsewhere, and the over-emphasis placed at Frederick's Court on purely instrumental music with flute Quantz composed flute concertos for the King! Frederick the Great himself is known to have composed flute sonatas, four flute concertos, a "Symphony" in G major, a March in E flat major, various arias, and an overture to "Il Re pastore.

Remnants of baroque pathos are also intermingled with galant and "touching" elements.

The three-movement sonatas are generally in the sequence slow - quick - quick, while the concertos are in the more customary form quick - slow - quick. The slow movements are characterized by "controlled singing. In the fast movements of the concertos the solo episodes blossom in ever more brilliant arpeggios and passage work.

Frederick the Great is said to have played his instrument "respectably". There were several reasons for this: the state duties which prevented Frederick from devoting so much of his attention to music as he had previously, the tendency of many court musicians to get into a rut and ignore progress elsewhere, and the over-emphasis placed at Frederick's Court on purely instrumental music with flute Quantz composed flute concertos for the King!

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Frederick the Great himself is known to have composed flute sonatas, four flute concertos, a "Symphony" in G major, a March in E flat major, various arias, and an overture to "Il Re pastore. Remnants of baroque pathos are also intermingled with galant and "touching" elements.

The three-movement sonatas are generally in the sequence slow - quick - quick, while the concertos are in the more customary form quick - slow - quick. The slow movements are characterized by "controlled singing.

In the fast movements of the concertos the solo episodes blossom in ever more brilliant arpeggios and passage work. Frederick the Great is said to have played his instrument "respectably".