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Jacob Vishnyakov
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One Part Human Viola Grace Epub

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One Part Human Viola Grace Epub

With regard to the concerto, take that form for theviolin only. To go no further back than the works of thegreat Leipzig Cantor, Johann Sebastian Bach, we findhis two concertos, in A minor, and E major, are scoredonly for strings, though the "continuo" implies theharpsichord. The concerto in D minor for two violins isscored in the same manner; and in all there is evidencethat the soloist took part in the tutti sections. Thenthere is the Symphony movement, from an unknownchurch cantata, for violin concertante, with accompanimentof two oboes, three trumpets, drums, two violins, violaand continuo. In all these the basic principle is thecontrasting of the tutti and solo sections, which sustain akind of dialogue. Much the same form is observed inMozart's violin concertos, which, with one exception, arescored for oboes, horns and strings. The exception is thesixth, in E flat, which is scored for one flute, two oboes,[150]bassoons, and horns. In this the form approaches that ofthe sonata, though the tutti and solo contrasts still remain,and evidently the soloist played in the tutti sections. ToViotti, born in 1753, three years before Mozart, must beassigned the honour of giving the violin concerto itsfullest classical form. His orchestral background wasrich in colour, he having adopted the complete HaydnCombination; and his solo parts were of prime importance.Beethoven's concerto (1806), and Mendelssohn's(finished in 1844), employ the same orchestra. Beethovenlinks the slow movement to the Finale, and Mendelssohnconnects the whole. The latest concerto form is in parta reversion to the earliest type. The solo part is but amore elaborate line in the orchestral column, and thesoloist is scarcely distinguishable from his orchestralcolleagues.

No. 2, Allegro, C major, four-four measure, in binaryform, the subjects given to the violin and violoncello.Minuetto, Allegretto, A minor, three-four, with Trio intwo sections, F major and D minor. The violin has thetheme, the others accompany with chords. Cantabile,Larghetto, A major, six-eight, the melody, floridlyembellished, for violin, the other instruments accompanying.Polacca, Quasi presto, C major, six-four. Theviolin has the chief melody, subordinate parts being givento the viola and violoncello. The guitar has full chordsthroughout.

Quartet, No. 11, in B major. For this the guitar istuned a tone higher, the capo tasto raising the E stringsto F sharp, and the guitar part is written in the open keyof A. The first movement, Allegro moderato, B major,four-four rhythm is free in form, with repeat of the firstpart. The thematic material is assigned chiefly to theviolin, but in the second part there is an episode, a sortof folk-tune, given to the violoncello. Minuetto, Allegretto,B major, three-four, with Trio in G major. Themelodies are fresh, and move step-wise, very much likethose in the Minuet of Beethoven's first Symphony.They are in scale formation, up and down, and there isonly one skip of a third in the first sixteen bars. Againthe violin takes all the themes. Larghetto con passione,F sharp minor, six-eight measure, a Lament, a fineexpressive theme, opening nobly, but with the elevatedstyle not maintained throughout. The viola and violoncelloparts are in keeping with the pathetic feeling of themovement, but the rhythmic figure of the guitar partdetracts from its dignity. Polacca, Andantino mosso,B major, three-four measure, a well-written movement,with three clearly defined subjects, two of which aretaken up by the viola and violoncello. The violin partin this quartet is brilliant, but not particularly difficult;there is no double-stopping, excepting in chords ofaccompaniment.

Quartet, No. 15. The title simply runs: "Compostoda Nicola Paganini," without any dedication. Note thecopyist's spelling of the Christian name. In the firstmovement, Maestoso, A minor, four-four measure, thefirst subject is given out by the viola. It begins with amournful, somewhat stern motive, bold, and with an[186]embellished subordinate theme. The second subject,also assigned to the viola, is an impassioned lyricaltheme in C major. In the working out section, theviolin takes the first subject, and joins the violoncelloin an episodial theme, the viola contributing a floridcounterpoint. There are modifications in the recapitulation,but the viola again has the second subject now inthe tonic major. The guitar is busy throughout themovement, with full chords and extended arpeggios.Minuetto a Canone, Andantino, A major, three-fourmeasure. The Canon is confined to the violin and viola,the latter starting with a theme in short, detached figures,the violin following, an octave higher, one beat later.Guitar and violoncello give supporting harmonies. Inthe Trio, in D major, the melody is given to the guitar,with a pizzicato accompaniment for the other instruments.At the seventeenth bar, there are again fourbars of canon, this time in the unison, staccato bowing.The Minuet, abbreviated, is then repeated. The canonis not continuous, a cadence occurring at the end ofeach eight bars. Next comes an Interlude, Recitative,Andante sostenuto, con sentimento, D major. This isfor the viola, and extends to twenty-one bars, the expressionbeing dramatic. The other instruments have arather elaborate accompaniment. The slow movementimmediately ensues, Adagio Cantabile, D major, two-fourrhythm. The viola has the melody, in the form of theItalian aria, embellished with prima donna fioriture.The movement is short, only running to forty-six bars.Rondo, Allegretto, A minor, two-four. The leading[187]theme, marked by syncopations, is given to the viola,the violin joining in the repetition. The tonality isconstantly changing from the minor to the major andback again. There is a new theme in the middle section,and some elaboration before the first subject returns.The close is abrupt. The viola has the chief part inthis quartet, which is quite different to the others.


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