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Sonata II. Grave E Cantabile - J. Haydn*, The Shostakovich Quartet* - The Seven Last Words (Vinyl, LP)


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Label: Мелодия - С10 26005 003 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: USSR • Genre: Classical • Style: Classical


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9 thoughts on “ Sonata II. Grave E Cantabile - J. Haydn*, The Shostakovich Quartet* - The Seven Last Words (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Haydn: The Seven Last Words Of Our Saviour On The Cross, Op. 51, Hob. III - Including Intermezzo - 3. Sonata II (Grave e Cantabile) 4 Haydn: The Seven Last Words Of Our Saviour On The Cross, Op. 51, Hob. III - Including Intermezzo - 4. Sonata III (Grave) 5 Haydn: The Seven Last Words Of Our Saviour On The Cross, Op. 51, Hob/5(13).
  2. Jun 26,  · HAYDN The Seven Last Words of Our Saviour on the Cross Sonata I: Largo Sonata II: Grave e Cantabile Sonata III: Grave Sonata IV: Largo Sonata V: Adagio Sonata VI: Lento Sonata VII: Largo Finale: Presto e con Tutta La Forza Julius Rudel, conductor. The New York Times has more on what made Rudel a vital member of the opera and music communities.
  3. Apr 07,  · 1. Introduzione: Maestoso Ed Adagio 2. Sonata I 'pater, Dimitte Illis, Qui A Nesciunt, Quid Faciunt': Largo 3. Sonata Ii 'hodie Mecum Eris In Para Diso': Grave E Cantabile 4. Sonata Iii 'mulier, Ecce Filius Tuu S': Grave 5. Sonata Iv 'deus Meus, Deus Meus, Ut Quid Dereliquisti Me?':Largo; 6. Sonata V 'sitio': Adagio 7. Sonata Vi 'consummatum Est': Lento.
  4. Sonata No.6 is an arrangement of 3 Mvts. from the Divertimento for 2 Violins, Flute, Oboe, Cello, & Bass, which also exists in another guise as Piano Sonata No Finally, No.7 & 8 are arrangements of the String Quartets No.1 & 2 of Op without the menuet & trio mvts.
  5. Shostakovich was 28 when he began to compose his Cello Sonata. His marriage was in disarray (a not infrequent circumstance for the composer) but much of the work avoids obvious signs of distress. The opening movement is lyrical and melodious, though with traces of sadness that these artists bring out with particular success.
  6. May 28,  · This blog post covers two sublime exemplars of Classical music: Franz Joseph Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Also covered is the Sonata form, which was the compositional architecture-of-choice for these two composers. Haydn’s Symphony No. and Mozart’s Symphony No. 40 are featured with commentary, and some biographical information for both Haydn and Mozart is.
  7. Haydn considered "The Seven Last Words of the Saviour" to be one of his greatest works. Written originally for large orchestra, it was commissioned for the Holy Week of /5(3).
  8. This was Shostakovich's last work, completed about a month before his death. Because of his advanced and painful arthritis, as well as his unsteady hand and bad eyesight, the composer showed an increasing tendency to write sparsely scored orchestral compositions (Symphonies No. 14 and No. 15, for example) and many chamber pieces in his last years, finding their reduced scoring easier to manage.
  9. Nov 19,  · Sonata for Cello and Piano, op. 40 () CD: "Sonatas for Cello and Piano", Pieter Wispelwey (cello), Dejan Lazic (piano) (Channel Classics CCS ) I'm very glad to have reached the cello sonata. Shostakovich's music for stage and screen has its pleasures but my project leaves me little control over my focused listening, and these.

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