Johann Joseph Vilsmayr (Composer)
Died: 11th July 1722, Salzburg, Austria
Johann Joseph Vilsmayr was an Austrian violinist and composer. From 1 September 1689 he worked at Salzburg's Hofkapelle, where he almost certainly became a pupil of Heinrich Ignaz Biber, one of the best contemporary European violinists. Judging from the regular increases of his salary, Vilsmayr must have quickly attained a good reputation at the court. He kept the Salzburg position until his death on 11 July 1722.
Vilsmayr's only surviving music is a collection published in Salzburg in 1715, titled Artificiosus Concentus pro Camera.
All Genres: Vilsmayr
All Works: Vilsmayr
- Artificiosus Concentus pro Camera a Violin Solo (1)
- Partita No. 5 (1)
- Six Partitas for Solo Violin (1)
- Violin Partita No. 1 in A major (4)
- Violin Partita No. 2 in B flat major (2)
- Violin Partita No. 3 in C minor (3)
- Violin Partita No. 4 in D major (3)
- Violin Partita No. 5 in G minor (3)
- Violin Partita No. 6 in A major (3)