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Munich (München) is the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria, on the banks of River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. Munich is the third largest city in Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg, and the 12th biggest city of the European Union, with a population of above 1.5 million. The Munich Metropolitan Region is home to 5.8 million people
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Cecilia Bartoli says that because Steffani was an Italian who spent most of his life in Germany, he never quite made his mark musically in either culture. Then there were his political pursuits.
"The diplomatic missions, at a certain point in his life, were more important, and he had to quit music," Bartoli says.
Steffani was born at Castelfranco Veneto. At a very early age he was admitted as a chorister at San Marco, Venice. In 1667 the beauty of his voice attracted the attention of Count Georg Ignaz von Tattenbach, by whom he was taken to Munich, where his education was completed at the expense of Ferdinand Maria, Elector of Bavaria, who appointed him Churfürstlicher Kammer- und Hofmusikus and granted him a liberal salary. After receiving instruction from Johann Kaspar Kerll, in whose charge he lived, he was sent in 1673 to study in Rome, where Ercole Bernabei was his master, and among other works he composed six motets, the original manuscripts of which are now in the Fitzwilliam Museum at Cambridge.

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Munich (München) is the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria, on the banks of River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. Munich is the third largest city in Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg, and the 12th biggest city of the European Union, with a population of above 1.5 million. The Munich Metropolitan Region is home to 5.8 million people
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Cecilia Bartoli says that because Steffani was an Italian who spent most of his life in Germany, he never quite made his mark musically in either culture. Then there were his political pursuits.
"The diplomatic missions, at a certain point in his life, were more important, and he had to quit music," Bartoli says.
Steffani was born at Castelfranco Veneto. At a very early age he was admitted as a chorister at San Marco, Venice. In 1667 the beauty of his voice attracted the attention of Count Georg Ignaz von Tattenbach, by whom he was taken to Munich, where his education was completed at the expense of Ferdinand Maria, Elector of Bavaria, who appointed him Churfürstlicher Kammer- und Hofmusikus and granted him a liberal salary. After receiving instruction from Johann Kaspar Kerll, in whose charge he lived, he was sent in 1673 to study in Rome, where Ercole Bernabei was his master, and among other works he composed six motets, the original manuscripts of which are now in the Fitzwilliam Museum at Cambridge.

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  2. 2. Munich (München) is the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria, a major centre of art, culture, advanced technologies, innovation, publishing, education, finance, business, and tourism in Germany and Europe and enjoys a very high standard and quality of living, reaching #1 in Germany and #4 worldwide according to the 2015 Mercer survey. The Lenbachplatz is a public square on the northwest edge of Munich's city center. In its design - the coordination of several clustered more closely related to each other without the building - which is typical of the late 19th
  3. 3. The Lenbachplatz is named after the Munich painter Prince Franz von Lenbach
  4. 4. Alte Börse (Old Stock Exchange) Lenbachplatz
  5. 5. Alte Börse (Old Stock Exchange) Lenbachplatz
  6. 6. Alte Börse (Old Stock Exchange) Lenbachplatz
  7. 7. Alte Börse Bernheimer Palace Palais on Lenbach Square
  8. 8. The Bernheimer-Haus, also known as the Bernheimer Palace, is a residential and commercial building located on Lenbachplatz 3
  9. 9. Bernheimer Palace, 1888/89 by architect Friedrich von Thiersch
  10. 10. Neo-Baroque facade, Bernheimer-Haus, or Bernheimer Palace, Lenbachplatz
  11. 11. Bernheimer Palace, 1888/89 by architect Friedrich von Thiersch Ottostrasse
  12. 12. Bernheimer Palace by architect Friedrich von Thiersch with a neo-barouque style façade designed by his apprentice Martin Dülfer Details
  13. 13. Bernheimer Palace, Lenbachplatz. The building is protected as cultural heritage
  14. 14. Other palais on Lenbach square
  15. 15. TheMünchnerKünstlerhaussituatedatLenbachplatz byarchitectGabrielvonSeidl,1900
  16. 16. The Künstlerhaus situated at Lenbachplatz
  17. 17. The Künstlerhaus is an impressive neo-renaissance building which became, as center for conviviality, a historical monument for the turn of the century
  18. 18. This small, beautiful fountain stands in the courtyard of the Künstlerhaus. The fountain is dedicated to the folk actor Konrad Dreher
  19. 19. Konrad Dreher fountain in the courtyard of the Künstlerhaus The fountain should have been created by Heinrich Waderé
  20. 20. Munich Künstlerhaus am Lenbachplatz L‘Osteria
  21. 21. Munich Künstlerhaus am Lenbachplatz L‘Osteria
  22. 22. The artist house has been built as a club building and Festsaalbau Munich Künstlergenossenschaft 1892-1900 - ie "Munich shone" said Thomas Mann The Künstlerhaus is considered an excellent example of the architecture of the Prince Regent time playful variation of elements of the Renaissance
  23. 23. Lenbachplatz street art Hair salon
  24. 24. The Wittelsbach Fountain 1895
  25. 25. The Wittelsbach Fountain is the most monumental, if not the most beautiful fountain in Munich. The fountain was created by the German sculptor Adolf von Hildebrand and was built in 1893-1895 to commemorate the construction of Munich's water supply system. It is named for the House of Wittelsbach, who ruled over Bavaria for more than seven centuries. The fountain is located at the north- east side of Lenbachplatz
  26. 26. Water cascades from a central bowl into a large basin. The bowl is flanked by two marble statues, allegorical figures that symbolize the positive and negative aspects of water, the destructive and healing powers
  27. 27. The statue of a young man throwing a stone while mounted on a restive sea horse symbolizes the destructive power of water
  28. 28. Sculptor Adolf von Hildebrand (1847-1921), German sculptor, father of the the sculptress Irene Hildebrand, who was married with the sculptor Theodor Georgii
  29. 29. On the other side of the fountain - a water nymph, sitting on a bull and holding a goblet - represents the beneficial power of water
  30. 30. The Wittelsbach Fountain
  31. 31. The Wittelsbach Fountain
  32. 32. Text: Internet Pictures: Internet & Sanda Foişoreanu Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela Sound: Agostino Steffani: Ogni core puo sperar (Cecilia Bartoli); T'abbraccio mia diva (Duetto Bartoli - Jaroussky) 08.2016
  33. 33. St.Michael Kirche Karlsplatz Neptun fountain Justizpalast Wittelsbach Fountain Künstlerhaus Bernheimer Palace

Editor's Notes

  • Steffani was born atCastelfranco Veneto. At a very early age he was admitted as a choristerat San Marco, Venice. In 1667 the beauty of his voice attracted the attention of Count Georg Ignaz von Tattenbach, by whom he was taken toMunich, where his education was completed at the expense of Ferdinand Maria, Elector ofBavaria, who appointed him Churfürstlicher Kammer- und Hofmusikus and granted him a liberal salary. After receiving instruction from Johann Kaspar Kerll, in whose charge he lived, he was sent in 1673 to study in Rome, where Ercole Bernabei was his master, and among other works he composed six motets, the original manuscripts of which are now in the Fitzwilliam Museum atCambridge.
    On his return to Munich in 1674 he published his first work,Psalmodia vespertina, a part of which was reprinted in Giovanni Battista Martini's Saggio di contrappunto in 1774. In 1675 he was appointed court organist. 
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