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Author: Edvard Grieg
Publisher: Alfred Music
A Cello solo with Piano Accompaniment composed by Edvard Grieg.
Edvard Grieg's only Cello Sonata remains one of the best kept secrets among cellists. Grieg wrote it for his brother John, an accomplished player of the instrument.
Author: Edvard Grieg
Category: Cello and piano music
Edvard Grieg's only Cello Sonata remains one of the best kept secrets among cellists. Grieg wrote it for his brother John, an accomplished player of the instrument. Though not a string player himself, by seeking advice during the compositional process Grieg was able to create an exhilarating piece that even advanced amateurs will be delighted to discover. Our edition also contains an early Intermezzo of 1866 as well as the first publication of Grieg's own transcription of the Allegretto from his Violin Sonata op. 45, written as a birthday serenade for his brother John. - Publisher.
Samuel Barber Cello Sonata Op. 6 in C minor (1932) Ludwig van Beethoven Cello Sonata Op. 5 No. ... Gabriel Fauré Cello Sonata Op. 109 in D minor (1917) Cello Sonata Op. 117 in G minor (1921) Edvard Grieg Cello Sonata Op. 36 in A minor ...
Author: Nicolae Sfetcu
Publisher: Nicolae Sfetcu
A guide for music: compositions, events, forms, genres, groups, history, industry, instruments, language, live music, musicians, songs, musicology, techniques, terminology , theory, music video. Music is a human activity which involves structured and audible sounds, which is used for artistic or aesthetic, entertainment, or ceremonial purposes. The traditional or classical European aspects of music often listed are those elements given primacy in European-influenced classical music: melody, harmony, rhythm, tone color/timbre, and form. A more comprehensive list is given by stating the aspects of sound: pitch, timbre, loudness, and duration. Common terms used to discuss particular pieces include melody, which is a succession of notes heard as some sort of unit; chord, which is a simultaneity of notes heard as some sort of unit; chord progression, which is a succession of chords (simultaneity succession); harmony, which is the relationship between two or more pitches; counterpoint, which is the simultaneity and organization of different melodies; and rhythm, which is the organization of the durational aspects of music.
Norwegian Dances 2733 Grieg Album ( Reinhard ) 2210 Op . 36. ' Cello Sonata arranged 3 3 2664 Op . 38. Lyric Pieces 8 ORGAN . 2665 Op . 43 and 47. Lyric Pieces ... 8 2414 Op . 45. Sonata III . in c minor 2903 Compositions ( Matthison ...
68 cello WORKS FOR CELLO FROM 1800 ON* * See also list of cello concertos under CONCERTO . ... 24 1883 Two Cello Sonatas: op. 109; op. 117 1917; 1921 Edvard Grieg Sonata in A minor, op. 36 1883 Hans Werner Henze Serenade 1949 ...
Author: Christine Ammer
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
"The Facts On File Dictionary of Music provides in-depth explanations and examples of more than 3
13 Violin Sonata no. 2 in D Minor, op. 121 Strauss Sonata for Cello and Piano in F, op. 6 Sonata for Violin and Piano in E-flat, op. 18 Stravinsky Sonata Vivaldi Sonatas for Cello and Harpsichord Weber Invitation to the Dance, op.
Author: Patrick Kavanaugh
A unique guide to enhance and enrich your enjoyment of classical music, this book is for music lovers who want to better understand the works of the masters.
2 2 romances Glinka 20 Songs Grieg Concerto in A minor op . 16 Cello Sonata in A minor op . 36 Violin Sonata in G major op . 13 Arrangement of Mozart keyboard sonatas for two pianos Lyric Pieces op . 12/1 Lyric Pieces op .
Author: Bruno Monsaingeon
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Sviatoslav Richter was a dazzling performer but an intensely private man. Though world famous and revered by classical music lovers everywhere, he guarded himself and his thoughts as carefully as his talent. Fascinated, author and filmmaker Bruno Monsaingeon tried vainly for years to interview the enigmatic pianist. Richter eventually yielded, granting Monsaingeon hours of taped conversation, unlimited access to his diaries and notebooks, and, ultimately, his friendship. This book is the product of that friendship. Richter reveals himself as a man and an artist. Unsentimentally and with his characteristic dry humor and intelligence, the musician describes his poignant childhood and spectacular career, including his tumultuous early days at the Moscow Conservatory and his triumphant 1960 tour of the United States. His laconic recounting of playing in the orchestra at Stalin's surreal, interminable state funeral is riveting. Most important for music lovers, Richter discusses his influences and views on musical interpretation. He describes his encounters with other great Russian performers and composers, including Prokoviev, Shostakovich, Oistrakh, and Gilels. Candid sections from his personal journals offer his sober and unguarded impressions of dozens of performances and recordings--both his own and those of other musicians. This volume offers readers the sizable pleasure of lingering in the thoughts and words of one of the most important pianists of the twentieth century. Unlike many other star performers, Richter was also an intellectual who had interesting things to say, particularly about the musician's proper role as interpreter of the composer's art. This alone makes the book worth reading. Sviatoslav Richter belongs on the shelves of everyone with a classical music collection and will also appeal to lovers of autobiography and admirers of Russian musical culture.
In a similar vein is Grieg's Cello Sonata in A minor , op . 36 ( 1883 ) , one of the most popular in the genre , with the material for its middle movement drawn from Sigurd Jorsalfar and its final movement containing halling rhythms .
Author: Frederick Key Smith
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Covers composers, styles, and works that are part of Northern Europe's rich and largely underappreciated musical heritage.
Brahms offered the String Sextet , Op . 36 , and Cello Sonata in E minor , Op . 38 , to P. J. Simrock , along with a variety of choral works.31 When the offer was declined , he wrote to Breitkopf & Härtel , who declared themselves ...
Author: Johannes Brahms
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This book is a comprehensive collection of the letters of Johannes Brahms. Over 550 are included, virtually all uncut, and there are over a dozen published here for the first time in any language. The letters in this volume range from 1848 to just before his death. They include most of Brahm's letters to Robert Schumann, over a hundred letters to Clara Schumann, and the complete Brahms-Wagner correspondence. They are joined by a running commentary to form an absorbing narrative, documented with scholarly care, provided with comprehensive notes, but written for the general music lover. The work is generously illustrated, and contains several detailed appendices and an index. --From publisher's description.