Concerto No 9 - Various - Zauber Des Cello (CD)

All'ombra d'un bel faggio. All'or che lo sguardo. Amor, hai vinto. Aure voi piu non siete. Candida Lylia. Care selve amici prati. Cessate omai cessate. Che giova il sospirar. Del suo natio rigore. Elvira, Elvira anima mea. Era la notte. Filli di gioia. Fonti di pianto piangete. Geme l'onda che parte. Il povero mio cor. Indarno cerca la tortorella. Ingrata, Lidia, hai vinto. La farfalletta s'aggira. Lundi dal vago. Nel partir da te mio caro.

O mie porpore piu belle. Par che tardo. Perche son molli. Perfidissimo cor! Piango, gemo, sospiro. Pianti, sospiri. Prendea con mandi latte. Qual in pioggia dorata. Qual per ignoto. Particularly admirable is the interdependence with which the melodic lines interact, prompting superb brushstrokes that never sound superfluous or random. An ensuing relaxation of the turbulent climate turns out to be only momentaneous: the pressure to seek fulfilment generates an incessant search, though it is abruptly halted by a chord left suspended, without resolution, that dramatically reasserts the opening questioning.

This relaxation, however, contains within itself the echoes of melancholy. The transition towards more reassuring emotional states, conveyed by the melodic sequences in the solo part, turns out to be an illusion: after the rest that seals the achievement of resolution, an unexpected and unsettling seventh chord interrupts the dream and prepares the listener for the next movement.

III — Allegro agitato This is a movement of extraordinary beauty that unites diversity of character, virtuosity and original ideas: a rich sequence of refined suggestions. The cello opens with an extended theme characterised by a particular fluidity, imparted by the interplay of binary and ternary rhythmic figures.

This has the effect of orienting the listener in the continuous flow of new ideas. The creative material used by the composer seems to draw on influences that can be assigned to different historical periods. The introductory phrase on the strings, for example, seems to open up visions of 17th-century Venice. Although this is a solo concerto, the various parts of the orchestra often take on prominent roles and at times establish a sort of conversation between instruments.

Of considerable impact is the dialogue that unfolds between the winds min. Indeed the similarity to the serpent, an instrument of the cornett family, is remarkable. The whole movement, however, is firmly arranged within a grand framework of distinctly Romantic design. It sounds like an invitation to engage in the serene contemplation of the natural elements. The use of the mute in the trumpets and of hand-stopped sounds on the horns min.

A similar effect is generated with the modulation of the oboe min 3. The subsequent developments, despite their different dialectical natures reprise, variation, opposition , continually seem to revert to this opening assertion. Sweetest Love track 5.

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  1. Mozart*: Mozart Festival Orchestra, Alberto Lizzio - Symphony No. 28 • Concerto For Violin And Orchestra No. 4 • Symphony No. 33 ‎ (CD, Comp) Point Classics, Point Classics: Germany: Sell This Version.
  2. Check out The 99 Most Essential Cello Masterpieces by Various artists on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Le carnaval des animaux (The Carnival of the Animals): Le cygne (The Swan) Concerto No. 1 in A Minor for Cello and Orchestra, Op. I. Allegro non troppo (attacca) /5(31).
  3. Cello Concerto No.9 in B flat major G III Rondo - Allegro 6 Concerto for 2 Cellos in G minor RV II Largo 7 Cello Sonata in G Minor, Op. III. Largo 8 Polonaise in C major 9 Cello Concerto in D major No III Allegro 10 Duo for 2 cellos in G major, Op.1/3: Adagio-Presto /5(2).
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  5. Luigi Boccherini's Cello Concerto, No. 9 in B-flat Major, G. , was written in either the late s or early s. Boccherini, a talented cellist, composed twelve concertos for his German cellist Friedrich Grützmacher chose this concerto to be arranged to fit the style of a Romantic virtuoso concerto, and in this form, widely heard, it bears only a tenuous resemblance.
  6. Opus Work Date RV; 1: 12 sonatas for two violins and basso continuo: 73, 67, 61, 66, 69, 62, 65, 64, 75, 78, 79, 63 2: 12 sonatas for violin and basso continuo: 27, 31, 14, 20, 36, 1, 8, 23, 16, 21, 9, 32 3: L'estro Armonico (The Harmonic Inspiration), 12 concertos for various combinations, of which the best known are No. 6 in A minor for violin, No. 8 in A minor for two violins.
  7. Barber*, Kyoko Takezawa, Steven Isserlis, John Browning (2), Leonard Slatkin, Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra - Violin Concerto / Cello Concerto / Piano Concerto ‎ (CD, Comp) RCA Red Seal, RCA Red Seal: , 2: Europe: Sell This Version.
  8. Saint-Saëns: Cello Concerto No.1 in A minor Op I Allegro non troppo - Camille Saint-Saëns, André Navarra, Charles Münch, Orchestre de l'Association des Concerts Lamoureux
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