Secular vocal music for 2—3 voices and continuo, with 3 instruments ad libitum. Auserlesene Kirch- und Tafel-Music Nuremberg, Musica genialis latino-germanica II Augsburg, Quodlibets, sonatas, fanfares, and dances for 1—3 voices and 3—6 instruments. Gott-geheiligte Tafel-Music Meiningen, before ; lost. Kurtzweiligen Sing- oder Tafel-Stucken Augsburg, Suites for flute, violin, and continuo, and for flute, violin, horn or viola da gamba , and continuo.
Quodlibeticis, oder Tafel-Stucken Augsburg, Secular vocal works for 1, 2, or 4 voices; 2 violins ad libitum; and keyboard or cello. We have already seen that Telemann wrote such works for the Eisenach court. Yet publications by Johann Fischer, Telemann, and Johann Jakob Schnell suggest a growing trend toward instrumental Tafelmusik during the early eighteenth century, an impression reinforced by the repertories of several courts and monasteries. Two inventories of Tafelmusik from the Cistercian monastery at Osek in northwest Bohemia, an institution that enjoyed a rich musical life during the eighteenth century, indicate a move from secular vocal works and suites around toward instrumental works of all types during the s and s.
Apart from a few sonatas, the instrumental repertory consists of suites in two to nine parts. Later supplements to this second inventory, made through —, are almost exclusively instrumental and include, in addition to further sonatas and suites, a number of concertos and several sinfonias. How Tafelmusik was used during meals is a subject not generally addressed by published collections.
It appears customary and usual in all places to begin table services with sacred or other musical works until the ravenous stomachs are filled. Afterwards, during the serving of sweets, when the spirits have been throroughly animated by the noble juice of the vines, [the meal] concludes with humorous and diverting things. I have previously followed this order in my printed musical songs, which elevate music to particular deliciousness and delight while mostly accommodating the above manner.
Thus if there is still room during the serving of sweets, my Musikalisches Confect may finally be served as well. According to Briegel, then, it was still common in to begin meals with sacred music, as had been the case at the Nuremberg peace banquet. Moreover, it was unprecedented in its considerable technical demands and sheer scope—dwarfing every other publication of Tafelmusik that preceded and followed. But the collection also reflects a growing preference for instrumental Tafelmusik during the early eighteenth century, as witnessed in both printed and manuscript sources.
We shall see that Tafelmusik in orchestral scorings, with multiple players on string parts, was increasingly the norm at banquets after The visual record of Tafelmusik from the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries reveals both continuity with earlier practices and innovations, as reflected in the Musique de table. Placing small groups of musicians on multiple balconies or raised platforms, as at the Nuremberg peace banquet, remained a widespread practice throughout the late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
An engraving of the coronation banquet for Ferdinand IV in Vienna shows two musical ensembles on raised platforms: one with two trumpeters, a kettledrummer, three violinists, a lutenist, and a wind player holding a cornetto or shawm ; the other with eight more musicians playing virginals, violins, cello, trumpet, and perhaps trombone.
A director leads one or two singers accompanied by two violins, string bass, lute, and virginal. In an engraving of the event, nine musicians on the left balcony include a singer and players of the lute, violin, cornetto, and hautboy. Nine more musicians are on the right balcony, with a singer, lutenist, and cellist or viola da gambist visible. The large balcony in the rear of the hall holds many people, including at least seven trumpeters. On the other side of the room, straddling the steward and his servants, are brass choirs on two more faux balconies: two hornists, two trombonists, and a player of the tromba marina; and four trumpeters with a kettledrummer.
Similar instrumental ensembles appear in other eighteenth-century images. An Austrian or German folding fan from the s includes a painted banquet scene in which Tafelmusik is supplied by a violinist, oboist, and cellist. Many more musicians than these would not appear to have fit in the room, or at least could not be fitted into the image.
Another small instrumental group, most likely a partial glimpse of a larger one, may be seen in a engraving showing Archduchess Maria Elisabeth dining in her Brussels palace, in which musicians play two violins, trumpet, and double bass. The most striking innovation in images of Tafelmusik from the late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries is the frequent presence of a new type of musical ensemble: the orchestra.
Figure 2. A majority of images show orchestras placed on one or more balconies, both to keep the large number of musicians away from the serving traffic and to maintain the appropriate social distance between servant-musicians and noble guests. Notable are the all-female vocalists and instrumentalists figlie del luoco recruited by Marco Contarini — , a procurator of San Marco.
The engraving itself appears to be a composite image of two rooms in the villa: the musicians perform from balconies in the music room on the top floor, where the wooden ceiling reflects sound down through an octagonal opening in the floor not shown , while banqueters in the auditorium, two floors below, hear but do not see the musicians through the octagonal opening in the ceiling.
A similar disposition of musicians is seen in a drawing of a Dresden banquet held for the birthday of Elector Friedrich August I. Placed on a balcony directly above the king is an ensemble of a dozen or more singers and instrumentalists; trumpet and drum ensembles occupy two side balconies. Several eighteenth-century images show the Hapsburg court orchestra performing on balconies during banquets in Vienna.
An engraving commemorating a banquet in the Ritterstube of the Hofburg, at which oaths of allegiance were sworn to Charles I as archduke of Austria, shows a balcony holding a director, three singers, four or five violinists, a cellist, two lute players, and two trumpet players. And similar music was heard during the succeeding meals. Both iconographical and documentary evidence suggests that orchestral Tafelmusik was increasingly preferred, and in some places expected, by the second quarter of the eighteenth century.
But more common was invisible music heard from a distance, with the musicians being physically placed outside the banqueting space.
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Such Tafel-Musiquen are also heard at public weddings, christenings, and other festivities held by people of the middle class. It is unclear whether the musicians are inside or outside the hall, but they are in any case practically out of sight. An open doorway reveals an oboist, violinist, and two horn players performing in an antechamber. The Augsburg patrician Philipp Hainhofer, who visited the Dresden electoral court for the second time in , described the placement of musicians during a meal held in the upper hall of the Lusthaus :.
The space behind every picture is hollow and set up in such a way that one can perform a certain kind of music. When one dines in the upper hall, the musicians are also positioned in the lower hall with the doors closed so that the resonance ascends delightfully through the ventilators. Above, under the ceiling, there is also an arrangement for hidden music, so that one can hear such music from thirty-two different locations, each separated. A similar arrangement is described by the Swedish diplomat Count Ulrich zu Lynar, who visited the court of Hesse-Darmstadt in the spring of Next [to the palace] is a small garden and in it a Lusthaus where the landgravial family dines during the summer, and in the middle of which, where the table is set up, there is a small round hole that leads to a basement, out of which music is meant to sound very beautifully.
To that end, in each of the four corners there is also an opening from which the sound can come. The Musick very oftentimes is much hindered, by Crowding , and Noise. The Performers as often, are so interrupted and hindred, that they cannot Act as They might. Let there be several Conveyances out of the Room , through that Wainscot , by Groves , or Pipes , to certain Auditors Seats , where as they sit they may, at a Small Passage , or little Hole , receive that Pent-up-Sound , which let it be never so weak in the Musick Room he shall though at the furthest end of the Gallery Hear so Distinctly , as any who are close by It….
The ritual of Tafelblasen , as noted above, often marked the start and progress of a banquet. On occasion, trumpeters and kettledrums can be heard performing during every single course that is being served. To be sure, the entire Concert of trumpets and drums continues for several hours during a public meal, and always at the toast to health.
It certainly makes enough of a racket, though there is neither art nor order in it. That the instrument is heard only in the first and last pieces of the second production takes on added significance if one considers the group of six works as analogous to a multicourse meal or to a single course with multiple dishes, possibilities to which we shall return.
The descriptions of Tafelblasen by Marperger, Moser, and Rohr are confirmed by numerous reports and images, a few of which may be cited here. Tafelblasen and Tafelmusik alternated on many occasions, as at the Nuremberg peace banquet. The ensemble [was] on its accustomed balcony.
Altenburg describes what he calls a Tafel-Sonate , a piece resembling a three-movement concerto for eight or nine trumpets divided into two choruses, and which may feature one or two trumpeters playing in the clarino register. Such pieces, he adds, are seldom heard. Noteworthy here is the combination of instrumental and vocal music, as well as a reference to sacred songs that brings to mind seventeenth-century performances and publications of Tafelmusik.
Marperger also observes that musical entertainments may be heard during the celebratory meals of commoners:. But they are forbidden, with harsh punishment, on Sundays and feast days, along with inappropriate dances and gatherings. Brief but significant comments regarding courtly Tafelmusik are also offered by Rohr and Moser:.
Beautiful music is heard at meals during formal occasions, occasionally consisting only of trumpets and drums but sometimes also of the loveliest vocal and instrumental music, which includes castrati and female singers who mostly sing Italian pieces. If the princely lordships favor dining in the midst of army camps, in hunting or forest houses, in the manner of a peasant wedding, or in other costumes, then the music must adapt accordingly, so that everything harmonizes together. At the imperial court on three high feasts, a German chorale is intoned as soon as the emperor sits at the table. There are also courts known to me where instead of music, a newspaper, political or moral weekly, etc.
Rohr may be describing Tafelmusik at the Dresden court, where the resident Italian singers included castrati. We have already encountered Dresden court musicians dressed as Turks in , and other court banquets featured Janissary musicians. In courtly settings, social rank determined the tables at which guests sat and where they were placed in relation to their dining partners. Thus there were separate tables for the lordships, their children, ministers, marshalls, cavaliers, officers, and all manner of servants.
A smaller number of more noble guests appears to have dined in the dancing hall Tanzsaal or tower rooms, whereas the wedding couple and about forty of the most important guests margraves, dukes, and their wives, archbishops, and royal and noble ambassadors ate in the elegant Ritterstube overlooking the city. Only those in the Ritterstube enjoyed performances of vocal and instrumental music by the Hofkapelle; other guests appear not to have heard music at all.
Music at eighteenth-century banquets was not confined to live performances. An elaborately set table might contain porcelain or silver centerpieces and figures depicting musicians of various kinds. For example, a mid-eighteenth-century sketch for a centerpiece in the fashionable Chinese style shows a gazebo with musicians. On two balconies are a pair of putti playing trumpets and another one playing a pair of kettledrums.
Below, surrounding a table, are a woman singing and six men playing two violins, two horns, cello, and lute. In seventeenth-century meals, courses were more likely to include only dishes with the same function; hence the number of courses was greater. Etiquette allowed guests to pass dishes to one another, but it was often footmen who served a selection of dishes to their masters and fetched them drinks from the sideboard or pantry. The following one is a supper setting for ten people:. Not all menus of the time exhibited such a symmetrical arrangement as this one, with each of three courses presenting five or six contrasting but complementary dishes.
And as we have seen, more festive meals often featured a considerably larger number of dishes. But as the type of menu that was probably more common on a daily basis at courts or in wealthy homes, it provides a good reference point for ordinary Tafelmusik provided by a chamber ensemble or small orchestra. This suggests that Telemann organized his collection in such a way that purchasers would easily recognize the connection with French table service.
To answer this question, we must consider the length of courtly and other festive meals and whether they were accompanied by intermittent or continuous music. Meals with French table service appear to have been highly variable in length, lasting anywhere between an hour and a half and six hours. And in fact court documents show that Tafelmusik at the court during this period consisted exclusively of instrumental music in six to nine parts played by about twenty musicians on oboes or recorders, horns, bassoon, strings, and continuo, with trumpets and drums as needed.
Regardless of how long a meal was, the expectation was usually for continuous music. Numerous other reports indicate that continuous music was the norm. A ordinance at the Ratstatt court is especially clear on the subject of Tafelmusik , specifying that it is the responsibility of the Kapellmeister on gala days and of the concert master on ordinary days.
Concerning performances, the ordinance scolds that. The Concertmeister is hereby graciously ordered to provide adequate music each and every time, and to fashion his Taffel Music in such a way that a concerto or suite [ Parthie ] is produced [ produciret ] not just every half hour, but one after the other without long interruption, as is customary at all princely courts. Again, it is taken for granted that Tafelmusik should be continuous, and the repertory, like that at several other German courts of the time, consists of instrumental works.
One measure of how established the Tafelmusik tradition became is the presence of musicians in satirical images of banquets, suggesting that for the artists in question, musical entertainment was an essential component of festive meals. Here the music is provided by a ragged bagpiper and shawm player sitting on a large wooden shelf above a discontented bride and her guests, who have little food in front of them and are surrounded by drunkenness and general mayhem.
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Dancing to the music are two figures in the left foreground: a musician with gourds strapped to his back and a fiddle partially concealed under his cloak, and a deformed, Bosch-like character who has two left feet for hands. Hogarth was inspired by the General Election of , in which the Whigs attempted to win back the Oxfordshire seats in Parliament from the Tories, who had long occupied them.
The scene illustrates an Oxfordshire tavern entertainment organized by the Whig candidates while a Tory mob protests outside. One of the candidates is suffering the company of drunks while the other is being pushed against a toothless old woman and having his wig burned by a pipe. In the foreground, a boy pours more wine into the punch, while a Quaker examines a bribe in the form of an IOU.
Our latest image, an engraving attributed to Johann Benedikt Wunder — and published in Nuremberg by Friedrich Campe ca. The publication of an all-instrumental collection of Tafelmusik , while unusual, was in keeping with a trend seen in writings and musical repertories of the early eighteenth century. There can be little doubt that Telemann designed his collection to mirror a three-course meal with French table service, the productions being analogous to courses and the individual pieces to dishes. Alternatively, a single production, in combination with Tafelblasen supplied by trumpets and drums in between pieces, would have provided enough continuous music for a meal lasting one and a half to two hours.
In this case, the pieces would become analogous to courses rather than to dishes. One could also pick and choose music from across the collection, since little binds the pieces of an individual production together, and those unable to muster the musical forces required by the overture-suites, concertos, and conclusions might perform just the sonatas.
Even the use of the noun production appears to have been carefully considered, as suggested by the currency of the verb producieren in connection with performances and publications of Tafelmusiken during the s and s. At the same time, Telemann surely envisioned many users of the collection ignoring its nominal function as accompaniment for meals and instead performing the pieces as abstract music for recreational purposes. At no time will you regret its cost. Bowles, Edmund A. Find this resource:. Clostermann, Annemarie. Jahrhundert , edited by Friedhelm Brusniak, — Arolser Barock-Festspiele , Tagungsbericht.
Cologne, Germany: Studio, Eybl, Martin. Tutzing Germany: Schneider, Flandrin, Jean-Louis. Translated by Julie E. Johnson with Sylvie and Antonio Roder. Berkeley: University of California Press, Mainz, Germany: Schott, Haas, Robert.
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Valentini, Anna. Wiebe, Paul. Stuttgart, Germany: Metzler, Zohn, Steven. Hans Heinrich Eggebrecht Stuttgart: Steiner, Several case studies of images or musical repertories are cited below. Two further Eisenach birthday cantatas heard as Tafelmusik , but for which no music survives, may have been composed by Telemann as well: Gottlob, es strahlt heut abermal and Ihr angenehmen Harmonien, verehret dieses Tages , both TVWV The opening aria and a recitative appear in Hugo Leichtentritt, ed.
Quoted and translated in Zohn, Music for a Mixed Taste , Carsten Lange Hildesheim, Germany: Olms, , — Michael as angelic warrior, and a pastoral tone in Production 3 Christmas. One might argue, however, that the trumpet instead relates to the Tafelblasen ritual see below , and that Productions 1 and 2 contain as much pastoral music as Production 3.
Geburtstag , ed. Graz, Austria: Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt, , 3—27, here 9. See also the images of soft ensembles reproduced in Ulsamer and Stahmer, Musikalisches Tafelkonfekt , 8, 14, 17, 20—21, and 48— JPG ]. Compare two other sixteenth-century images: a painting by Hans Mielich from about depicting a garden banquet, in which a dozen musicians in the foreground play transverse flutes, shawm, violin, lutes, trombones, and harpsichord; and a pen drawing by Christoph Freidel, showing a palace banquet in Stuttgart in with a foreground ensemble of transverse flute, two violins, cittern, and harp, along with a background ensemble including up to a dozen loud winds.
Both are reproduced in Ulsamer and Stahmer, Musikalisches Tafelkonfekt , 50 and Samantha Owens, Barbara M. Stockigt Woodbridge: Boydell, , But see reproductions of the engraving in Heinrich W. Jahrhundert , Musikgeschichte in Bildern, vol. All of these images lack the marginal text identifying those attending the banquet. The instrumentation of each choir is described twice, with some discrepancies between the two accounts. Metoda Kokole, Monumenta artis musicae Sloveniae, vol.
Jahrhundert , ed. Friedhelm Brusniak, 8. In the background, representing the otherwise absent meal, are a turkey and peacock. Reproduced in Haas, Die Musik des Barocks , The popularity of sonatas as Tafelmusik in this period is also attested to by a fragmentary inventory prepared for the Weimar court in See Charles E. Hildesheim: Olms, , —2. Owens, Reul, and Stockigt, Augustin bei Bonn, Germany: Academia, , Sie sucht ihn in berlin sex sihlfeld We have the largest library of xxx Videos on the web.
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