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Structural novelty and tradition in the early romantic piano concerto

by Stephan D. Lindeman

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Published by Pendragon Press in Stuyvesant, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Concertos (Piano) -- 19th century -- History and criticism.,
  • Concerto -- 19th century.,
  • Romanticism in music.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 317-332) and index.

    Statementby Stephan D. Lindeman.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML1263 .L56 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 348 p. :
    Number of Pages348
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL344097M
    ISBN 101576470008
    LC Control Number98003049

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    There is a story, perhaps apocalyptic—ma se non è vero, è ben trovato—of Gershwin’s buying himself a textbook to study up on the large musical forms after he had accepted a commission for a piano concerto from Walter Damrosch. Judging from the finished product, he might just as well have read the book after he wrote the work. Piano Concerto No.2 in G, Op Allegro brillante Andante non troppo Allegro con fuoco Stephen Hough piano After spending the summer travelling between Moscow, St Petersburg and the rural estates of friends and relatives, Tchaikovsky arrived back at his sister’s place at Kamenka in the Ukraine on 11 October He had spent the early.

    Next comes the Piano Concerto. Written in the same year as the violin sonata we have just heard, the 14th piano concerto was written when Mozart was unanimously regarded as the top pianist in town. It was written for his student, Barbara Ployer, and if the piece is any indication, she must have been a . For his first program as music director, Bernstein chose the Schumann Manfred Overture and Strauss Don Quixote from his debut in , Ravel's flamboyant La Valse and the North American premiere of Shostakovich's Piano Concerto with himself as both soloist and conductor, a perfect blend of tradition, novelty and versatility, and all whipped up.


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Structural Novelty and Tradition in the Early Romantic Piano Concerto [Stephan D. Lindeman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In the early nineteenth century, seven composers experimented with the design of the piano concerto at roughly the same time.

Two mature figures - Johann Baptist Cramer and Carl Maria von Weber - and five young firebrands - Felix MendelssohnCited by: 3.

Structural Novelty and Tradition in the Early Romantic Piano Concerto offers the first detailed examination of a critical time in the development of the form. It is an indispensable reference tool for anyone interested in the piano concerto genre/5(2).

Get this from a library. Structural novelty and tradition in the early romantic piano concerto. [Stephan D Lindeman]. Structural Novelty and Tradition in the Early Romantic Piano Concerto offers the first detailed examination of a critical time in the development of the form.

It is an indispensable reference tool for anyone interested in the piano concerto genre. Composer, conductor and violinist. Verve and a fiery spirit lie at the heart of ____'s compositions. Of his waltzes, one contemporary writer colourfully observed: 'In his waltzes a profusion of melodies effervesce and bubble, fizz and froth, dash and sweep like the five hundred thousand devils in the champagne, slipping their bonds and flinging one cork after another into the air'.

The concerto: a research and information guide User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Lindeman (Structural Novelty and Tradition in the Early Romantic Piano Concerto) begins this essential guide to concerto history and theory with an etymological sketch of the musical genre.

Structural Novelty and Tradition in the Early Romantic Piano Concerto by Lindeman, Stephen D. Stuyvesant, NY: Pendragon Press. VG: in very good condition without dust jacket.

First Edition. Green hardback cloth cover. mm x mm 11" x 9". pp + index. Johann Nepomuk Hummel's Piano Concerto No. 2 in A minor, Op. 85 was written in and published in Vienna in Unlike his earlier piano concerti, which closely followed the model of Mozart's, the A minor concerto, like the B minor Concerto, Op.

89, is written in a proto-Romantic style that anticipates the later stylistic developments of composers such as Frédéric Chopin and Felix. The Piano Concerto No.

8 in C major, K. or Lützow Concert was written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in April in the same year as the Haffner Serenade (K. Countess Antonia Lützow, 25 or 26 years old, second wife of Johann Nepomuk Gottfried Graf Lützow, the Commander of the Hohensalzburg Fortress, was a fine pianist.

The solo work is not highly demanding, but it requires gue: K. Piano and Song (Didactic and Polemical) by Friedrich Wieck. Pied Piper. Structural Novelty and Tradition in the Early Romantic Piano Concerto.

Structure and Meaning in Tonal Music. Studies in the English Pantomime, The Book of World-Famous Libretti. Add Book to basket. View full details; Sonata Fragments: Romantic Narratives in Chopin, Schumann, and Brahms Structural Novelty And Tradition In The Early Romantic Piano Concerto.

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Structural Novelty And Tradition In The Early Romantic Piano Concerto. Author: Lindeman, Stephan D. ISBN. The Piano Concerto No. 8 in C major, K.

or Lützow Concert was written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in April in the same year as the Haffner Serenade (KV ). Countess Antonia Lützow, 25 or 26 years old, second wife of Johann Nepomuk Gottfried Graf Lützow, the Commander of the Hohensalzburg Fortress, was a fine pianist.

The solo work is not highly demanding, but it requires agility. His publications include Structural Novelty and Tradition in the Early Romantic Piano Concerto (), an article on Felix Mendelssohn’s concerted works in The Cambridge Companion to Mendelssohn () and several articles in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians Revised Edition () related to the concerto genre in the nineteenth.

Structural Novelty and Tradition in the Early Romantic Piano Concerto, New York, Pendragon Press,p 6 ELLSWORTH, Therese.

µWomen Soloists and the Piano Concerto in Nineteenth-Century London, in: Ad Parnassum: a Journal of Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Instrumental Music, II/1 (), pp. Structural novelty and tradition in the early romantic piano concerto. Retrieved 8 January I am open to suggestions.

Retrieved 7 March Indespite his earlier affiliation with Marie Antoinette, Dussek returned to Paris in the employ of Talleyrandthe powerful French foreign minister. His research interests include Mendelssohn, the concerto genre, and jazz. He is the author of Structural Novelty and Tradition in the Early Romantic Piano Concerto, and of articles on Mendelssohn and other composer-pianists in The Musical Quarterly, the revised edition of The New Grove Dictionary, and The Cambridge Companion to the Concerto.

The Piano Concerto No. 24 in C minor, K.is a concerto composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart for keyboard (usually a piano or fortepiano) and composed the concerto in the winter of –, finishing it on 24 Marchthree weeks after completing his Piano Concerto No.

23 in A he intended to perform the work himself, Mozart did not write out the soloist's. Concerto in F was the last successful attempt to meld serious and pop music. In this article, we consider the background, its relation to jazz, its remarkable structure, Gershwin's own performing style and some of its most significant and historically-important y, we list some sources of further information about the work.

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Jakob Ludwig Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (3 February – 4 November ), born and widely known as Felix Mendelssohn, was a German composer, pianist, organist and conductor of the early Romantic period.

Mendelssohn's compositions include symphonies, concertos, piano music and chamber best-known works include his overture and incidental music for A Midsummer Night's .A Natural History of the Piano: The Instrument, the Music, the Musicians--from Mozart to Modern Jazz and Everything in Between - Kindle edition by Isacoff, Stuart.

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