Scherzo From Symphony No. 4 - Bob Sharples And His Music - Dimension In Sound (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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Alexander Paley plays Chopin Alexander Paley. Bluthner Orfeo Gramola GRAM EMI Music Distribution APR Appian Ashkenazy plays Chopin Vladimir Ashkenazy. Urania Since musical development is a creative unfolding of the latent possibilities—rhythmic, melodic and harmonic—of contrasting themes, there was literally nothing to develop further. The only course of action left was to substitute repetition for true development—in other words, to say again in a different way what has already been said and to trust the beauty and significance of what are fundamentally variations to supply the place of a development section as demanded by sonata form.

Like " The Five ," Tchaikovsky found that with a loose symphonic-poem type of structure pioneered by Franz Liszt[14] he could combine large-scale orchestral writing with emotions and instrumental colors toward which he gravitated naturally. You ask if I keep to established forms. Yes and no. There are certain kinds of compositions which imply the use of familiar forms, for example symphony.

Here I keep in general outline to the usual traditional forms, but only in general outline, i. The details can be treated very freely, if this is demanded by the development of the ideas. For instance, in our symphony the first movement is written with very marked digressions. The second subject, which should be in the relative majoris minor and remote. In the recapitulation of the main part of the movement the second subject does not appear at all, etc. The finale, too, is made up of a whole row of derivations from individual forms.

This hybrid form allowed Tchaikovsky to fall back on a structure that was basically a series of self-contained sections, [16] emphasizing the contrast between these sections, however violent, while allowing the consequent drama to erupt in the context of one movement. The key of the music could change, but the music itself would basically repeat itself, remaining static in the Western sense of musical architecture. However, structure in Tchaikovsky's work became more than purely architecture.

Melody, tonality, rhythm and orchestral timbres work together to form an indivisible whole. In the first movement of the Fourth Symphony, he introduces a highly rhythmic theme in the brass. The brass theme delineates each stage of the structure.

To heighten drama, he focuses mainly on rhythm, texture and orchestral color. The resulting tension in the first movement does not come from a Germanic transformation of themes. It results from rhythmic opposition between the Scherzo From Symphony No.

4 - Bob Sharples And His Music - Dimension In Sound (Vinyl rhythm of the aggressive "Fate" motif in the brass and the gentler waltz of the first theme, carried alternately by woodwinds and strings.

The finale of this symphony is generally judged by its success in rounding off the symphonic cycle into a cohesive whole. Tchaikovsky here repeats the "Fate" motif which opened the piece. BachOxford University Press,p. Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician. Echo Library. ISBN Retrieved 30 August In Samson, Jim ed. The Cambridge Companion to Chopin. Cambridge University Press. Michael

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