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Franz Ignaz Danzi (15 June 1763 – 13 April 1826) was a German cellist, composer and conductor, the son of the Italian cellist Innocenz Danzi (1730–1798) and brother of the noted singer Franzeska Danzi. Danzi lived at a significant time in the history of European music. His career, spanning the transition from the late Classical to the early Romantic styles, coincided with the origin of much of the music that lives in our concert halls and is familiar to contemporary classical-music audiences. As a young man he knew Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, whom he revered; he was a contemporary of Ludwig van Beethoven, about whom he — like many of his generation — had strong but mixed feelings; and he was a mentor for the young Carl Maria von Weber, whose music he respected and promoted.

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Uniform title: Potpourris, clarinet, strings, no. 3, B-flat major; arranged
by Danzi, Franz, 1763-1826
Monteux, France : Musica Rara, c1991
Uniform title: Concertantes, flute, clarinet, orchestra, op. 41, B-flat major
by Danzi, Franz, 1763-1826
Munchen : M. Hieber, c1981
Uniform title: Concertos, flute, orchestra, no. 2, op. 31, D minor; arranged
by Danzi, Franz, 1763-1826
Adliswil-Zurich ; New York : Edition Eulenburg, [c1974]
Uniform title: Concertantes, clarinet, bassoon, orchestra, op. 47, B-flat major; arranged
by Danzi, Franz, 1763-1826
Adliswil-Zurich : Edition Kunzelmann, c1983
Uniform title: Sonatinas, flute, piano, op. 34, E minor
by Danzi, Franz, 1763-1826
Adliswil-Z[uric]h, Switzerland : Kunzelmann, c1977
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