• Characteristics of the Romantic Music Period
    . France and Great Britain, 1831–4, and last years, 1835–40.) [xv] Ibid. [xvi] Arnold, Denis and Timothy Rhys Jones, “concerto”, The Oxford Companion to Music Oxford Music Online, [Accessed 2 December 2009] [xvii] Ludwig van Beethoven, Beethoven: The Piano Concertos, Vladimir Ashkenazy...
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  • Beethoven
    encounters. The young Carl Czerny studied with Beethoven from 1801 to 1803. Czerny went on to become a renowned music teacher himself, taking on Franz Liszt as one of his students, and also gave the Vienna premiere of Beethoven's fifth piano concerto (the "Emperor") in 1812. Beethoven's compositions...
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  • Music Repertory A
    concerto (MMcH – 7/10) 5. Gluck, Mozart and opera (AT – 8/10) 6. Mozart and opera (AT – 8/10) 7. Haydn: opera, mass and oratorio (JS – 14/10) 8. Beethoven early and middle (MMcH – 15/10) 9 Beethoven late (JS – 17/10) 10. Music in nineteenth-century Ireland (DP – 21/10) 11. Schubert song (MMcH...
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  • Money Management
    symphony received its premiere at a subscription concert in April 1803 at the Theater an der Wien, where Beethoven had been appointed as composer in residence. In addition to the Second Symphony, the concert also featured the First Symphony, the Third Piano Concerto, and the oratorio Christ on the...
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  • Biography of Ludwig Van Beethoven
    his symphonies, string quartets, and piano sonatas. In each of these three genres Beethoven began by mastering the existing formal and esthetic conventions of the late 18th century while joining to these conventions signs of unusual originality and power. In his middle period (from about 1803, the...
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  • 1234
    by Christian Horneman For the premiere of his First Symphony, Beethoven hired the Burgtheater on 2 April 1800, and staged an extensive program of music, including works by Haydn and Mozart, as well as his Septet, the First Symphony, and one of his piano concertos (the latter three works all then...
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  • Introduction to Music
    Homophony Crescendo and decrescendo Timbres of different instruments Piano- replaced the harpsichord as the primary keyboard instrument Viennese Style- term applies to the music of Haydn, Mozart, and the young Beethoven. The term sometimes is applied to the classical style to avoid the ambiguity of...
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  • Wikipedia
    Schubert's Quartet in D minor, D. 810 ("Death and the Maiden"), for example, has three separate key and thematic areas, in D minor, F major, and A minor.[11] Similarly, Chopin's Piano Concerto in F minor uses F minor, A-flat major, and C minor in its first movement's exposition. In both cases, the...
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  • music
    influence were considerable; following a comment by the nineteenth-century conductor Hans von Bülow, he is sometimes grouped with Johann Sebastian Bach and Ludwig van Beethoven as one of the "Three Bs". Brahms composed for piano, chamber ensembles, symphony orchestra, and for voice and chorus. A...
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  • Title
    whom he dedicated his Piano Sonata in C minor, better known as The Pathétique. He performed publicly in Vienna in 1795 for the first time, and published his Op. 1 and Op. 2 piano sonatas. Beethoven is the supreme architect in music. His genius found expression in the structural type of...
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  • Mozart
    music. Mozart had melodic grace like Handel, harmonic complexity like Bach and intellectual developmental techniques as well as emotional content like Beethoven. Mozart also reigned supreme in all styles of music including: fugue, sonata, symphony, concerto, opera, choral music, cannon and cetera...
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  • Composers
    . Mozart, in fact, invented the piano concerto. This form was later used by many composers including Beethoven. Mozart wrote 27 piano concerti. Notice that I used the word concerti and not concertos. This is the plural form in Italian. Concerti have 3 movements, or sections. The first...
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  • Research Your Favorite Instrument on the Web
    considered for inclusion on the site. So I like it too! Piano: 1, Chopin: Nocturne In E Major, Op.9 2, Beethoven: Moonlight Sonata 3, Chopin: Splendid Big Waltz 4, Debussy: The Girl With The Rrown Hair 5, Beethoven: The Ode to Joy Violin: 1,Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major, K216 2...
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  • Classical Concerto
    concerto (from the Italian: concerto, plural concerti or, often, theanglicised form concertos) is a musical composition usually composed in three parts or movements, in which (usually) one soloinstrument (for instance, a piano, violin, cello or flute) isaccompanied by an orchestra. The etymology...
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  • Romantic Composers
    of Chopin's works are for solo piano, though he also wrote two piano concertos, a few chamber pieces and some songs to Polish lyrics. His piano works are often technically demanding, emphasizing nuance and expressive depth. Chopin invented the instrumental ballade and made major innovations to the...
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  • Exoticism Assimilated
    third movement of t Mozat’s Piano Sonata, K331. Evidence of “Turkish” elements can be found throughtout this sonata providing an exotic linkage as a way of unifying the three movements of the piece. This argument can be extended to Beethoven´s “ Waldstein” Sonata, op. 53, where musical and historical...
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  • About DipABRSM
    (with cadenza) (Henle 326 or Henle 326/MDS) Any two contrasting movements from one of the following Sonatas: Op.47 in A (‘Kreutzer’), Op.96 in G. Beethoven Sonatas for Piano and Violin, Vol.2 (Henle 8 or Henle 8/MDS) Concerto: 1st or 2nd movt (Universal 10903/MDS) Concerto in D, Op.77: 1st movt...
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  • Busoni
    remarked, "I like it but we must defer to Beethoven." The music he offered went beyond the norms of his time, as Busoni played Bach's Goldberg Variations (publishing an edition-revision), Alkan, obscure masterpieces by Liszt, Mozart's concertos, his own music, yet paradoxically he rarely performed...
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  • Letter to State Senator
    minor, Wo023, Für Elise | Beethoven, Ludwig van | | Cello Sonata No. 4 in C major, Op. 102, No.1: I. Andante | Beethoven, Ludwig van | | Fidelio, Op. 72: Act I No. 4: Aria: Hat man nicht auch Gold beineben | Beethoven, Ludwig van | | Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major, Op. 15: II. Largo...
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  • Classical Mucisian
    form itself. Larger-scale compositional forms (such as that of the symphony, concerto, opera or oratorio, for example) usually represent a hierarchy of smaller units consisting of phrases, periods, sections, and movements. Musical analysis of a composition aims at achieving greater understanding of it...
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