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Johann Wilhelm Wilms
Johann Wilhelm Wilms (March 30, 1772 (baptized) – July 19, 1847) was a Dutch-German composer, best known for setting the poem Wien Neêrlands Bloed to music, which served as the Dutch national anthem from 1815 to 1932. Wilms was...
Composer
... A recording of orchestral works by Johann Wilhelm Wilms performed by the North German Radio Orchestra under Howard Griffiths is reviewed (CPO). ...
Flute Trios
American Record Guide (2012) Vol. 75, No. 3, pp. 194-195
... A recording of flute trios by Beethoven, Johan Nepomuk Hummel, Carl Czerny, and Johann Wilhelm Wilms performed by the Wiek Trio is reviewed (Profil). ...
... Musical director Werner Ehrhardt gives a brief biographical profile of composer Johann Wilhelm Wilms. ...
... A recording of Johann Wilhelm Wilms' Sixth and Seventh Symphonies, performed by violinst Werner Ehrhardt and Concerto Köln, is reviewed (Archiv). ...
... Sheet music for Wilms' "Two Sonatas" for flute and piano, edited by Ernst A. Klusen and Luc van Hasselt, is reviewed (Breitkopf & Härtel). ...
... A recording of piano duet sonatas by Johann Wilhelm Wilms performed by Hans-Peter Stenzl and Volker Stenzl is reviewed (Carus). ...
... A recording of a collection of Dutch piano concertos by Johann Wilhelm Wilms, Joseph Schmitt, and ...
... A compact disc recording of music for flute, by composers Theo Verhey, Johann Willem Wilms and ...
Symphony
Classical symphony from 1808
Piano Trio
Classical piece
Sonate
Romantic sonata from 1811
... A review of two compact disc recordings of music by Wilhelm Richter, Johann Wilhelm Wilms, August ...
Symphony
Garland Publishing 1808
... Ries, Antonio Salieri, Ludwig (Louis) Spohr, Johann Baptist Vanhal, Jan Vaclav Vorisek, Carl Maria von Weber, and Johann Wilhelm Wilms. ... , Anton Eberl, Johann Nepomuk Hummel, Ignaz Moscheles, Ignace-Joseph Pleyel, Anton Reicha, Ferdinand ...