The National Union Catalog

CONCERTOS ( PIANO ) ( Continued ) Chopin , Fryderyk Franciszek , 1810-1849 . Concerto , plano , no . 1 , op . 11 , E minor ) Phonodisc . Concerto no . 1 , in E minor , op . 11. Angel Records ANG . 35631.



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Category: Music

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Nineteenth century Piano Music

These four are the first movements of the following : Sonata No.1 in C Minor , Op . 4 , 1827-2816 Trio in G Minor , Op . 8 , 1828-29 Concerto No. 2 in F Minor , Op . 20 , 182917 Concerto No. 1 in E Minor , Op . 11 , 1830 The first two ...

Author: David Witten

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0815315023

Category: Music

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Nineteenth-Century Piano Music clarifies some theoretical concepts, debunks some longstanding myths, and above all, stimulates the reader's intellectual curiosity about the piano repertoire of the 19th century. While our emotions tell us that this repertoire is thrilling to hear and exciting to play, our intellect demands explanations, some of which are provided in the essays in this collection.

The Cambridge Companion to the Concerto

3 in E major Frédéric Chopin , Piano Concerto No. 2 in F minor , Op . 21 Frédéric Chopin , Piano Concerto No. 1 in E minor , Op . 11 Nicolò Paganini , Violin Concerto No. 4 in D minor and No. 5 in A minor Felix Mendelssohn , Piano ...

Author: Simon P. Keefe

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 052183483X

Category: Literary Criticism

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A rare volume dedicated entirely to scholarship on the genre of the concerto.

Structural Novelty and Tradition in the Early Romantic Piano Concerto

Example 8.3 : Chopin , Piano Concerto no . 1 in E minor , op . 11 , I Digression following the S group in the Exposition Example 8.4 : Chopin , Piano Concerto no . 1. Particularly interesting in the Finale are the aforementioned cyclic ...

Author: Stephan D. Lindeman

Publisher: Pendragon Press

ISBN: 1576470008

Category: Music

Page: 368

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Lindeman, a musicologist, traces and defines the historical development of the concerto form as it passed from Mozart to succeeding generations. He then assesses Beethoven's contributions, and examines the classical model of the form in the early 19th century by overviewing several early romantic composers' works. Subsequent chapters analyze and assess the responses of five precursers of Schumann, whose work offers a synthesis of radical experiments and traditional tenets. He concludes by suggesting that concertos of Lizst offer a road into further developments of the genre in the second half of the century. Illustrated with bandw portraits of composers and excerpts from musical scores. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Popular Science

1 in E Minor. Op. 11 1340 CHOPIN-Piono Concerto No. 2 1310 FRANCK-Symphonic Variation: lor Piano and Orch. LISZT-Piano Concerto No. 1 in E Flat 1264 CRIEG-Piano Concerto in A Minor 1276 KHACHATURIAN-Concerlo lor Piano and Orch. 1367 ...





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The Age of Beethoven 1790 1830

BELLINI , V .: Oboe Concerto in E flat , ed . R. Meylan ( Munich , 1969 ) . CHOPIN , F .: Piano Concerto no . 1 in E minor , Op . 11 , ed . K. Sikorski , Fryderyk Chopin . Complete Works , xix ( Warsaw , 1949 ) . Piano Concerto no .

Author: Gerald Abraham

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 019316308X

Category: Music

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Covers forty years which saw profound changes in music, most of them dominated by Beethoven. Provides a detailed, scholarly critical survey of the music of the period with chapters on French, Italian and German opera and on opera in other countries, on Beethoven's orchestral and chamber music and of his contemporaries on the concerto, on piano music, on solo song and on choral music, as well as an introductory chapter on general musical conditions of the time.

Conducting Concerti

Piano. Concerti. Frederick Chopin Frederick Chopin Manuel de Falla George Gershwin George Gershwin Edvard Grieg Aram Khachaturian Franz Liszt Witold Lutoslawski Sergei ... 1 in E Minor, Op. 11 . . . . . . 15 Piano Concerto No.

Author: David Itkin

Publisher: University of North Texas Press

ISBN: 9781574415704

Category: Music

Page: 416

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This book examines 43 great concerti and discusses, in detail, the technical, aural, rehearsal, and intra-personal skills that are required for "effortless excellence." Maestro Itkin wrote this book for conductors first encountering the concerto repertoire and for those wishing to improve their skills about this important, and often understudied, literature. Often misunderstood is the fact that both the physical technique and the score study process require a substantially different and more nuanced approach than with the major symphonic repertoire. In short, this is the book that Itkin wished had been available when he was a student and young professional. "This book is truly wonderful, lucid and intelligent. Would that many of Maestro Itkin’s colleagues devoted such attention to mere concerti!"--Misha Dichter "This is a 'must own' book for any conductor or conducting student."--Samuel Adler, Professor of Composition, the Juilliard School "By concentrating on familiar pieces, David Itkin is offering a valuable textbook for the aspiring maestro. He gets right to the heart of this important facet of the conductor's art. Highly recomended."--Leonard Slatkin