John Frederick Lampe (1703 - 1751) was a musician.
He was born in Saxony, but came to England in 1724 and played the bassoon in opera houses. His wife, Isabella Lampe, was sister-in-law to the composer Thomas Arne with whom Lampe collaborated on a number of concert seasons. John and Isabella's son, Charles John Frederick Lampe, was a successful organist and composer as well.
Like Arne, Lampe wrote operatic works in English in defiance of the vogue for Italian opera popularised… read more
|1||Britannia: Welcome Mars||11 listeners|
|2||Movement 1 Vivace||9 listeners|
|3||Movement 2 Adagio||9 listeners|
|4||Dione (1732): Pretty Warblers||9 listeners|
|5||Movement 3 Allegro||7 listeners|
|7||Overture Allegro||6 listeners|
|8||Overture Allegretto||6 listeners|
|9||Air - Recitative The wretched sighs and groans||5 listeners|
|10||Overture - Recitative Poco presto - Affettuoso - Poco presto - Introduction||5 listeners|