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 #1  
29.03.2005, 14:40
Ellen
Hallo,

Ik ben op zoek naar wat meer uitleg, een analyse van het muziekstuk
concerto for 2 voilins, strings and harpsichord in B flat Major RV 524
van Vivaldi...

De analyse:
Wat hoor je?
- instrumenten?
- Hoe is het fragment opgebouwd?
- Melodie: staccato? Legato? Opbouw van de melodie? herhaling?
- Vaste of wisselende maat?
- stapmaat? walsmaat? wiegelende maat?
- ritme? belangrijk of ondergeschikt? eenvoudig of ingewikkeld?
belangrijke begeleiding?
- dynamiek: opvallende contrsten? geleidelijke of bruuske overgangen?
- tempo? stabiel of wisselend? welk tempo?

Ik ken heel weinig van muziek, daarmee heb ik uw hulp nodig bij het
maken van mijn opdracht.

Alvast bedankt !!

Ellen
 #2  
29.03.2005, 16:13
Rolf
Foei toch!

Maar misschien helpt dit:

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The Oxford English Dictionary defines a concerto grosso

as ‘A Baroque Concerto characterised by the use of a small group
of solo instruments

against the full orchestra’. Michael Talbot (also writing in New
Grove II, s.v.

‘Concerto’, II) wrote that ‘the style and form of
the concerto accommodated

differences of status (between salaried and hired players) and ability
(between

advanced players and the rank and file) among the members of the
orchestra, breaking

with the more egalitarian tradition of the sonata.’ The solo
instruments (the

concertino) were generally two violins and a cello, in the case of
Corelli (1653-1719),

one of Bach’s Italian antecedents. The use of two flutes and a
violin as the concertino

is unprecedented in the concerto repertoire.

The movement we are considering is a fast movement; that which follows
it is slow,

but the third is also fast. This ‘fast-slow-fast’
configuration is something Bach

adopted from Vivaldi (1678-1741). Indeed, this style of concerted
instrumental music

originated in Italy. Another feature Bach adopted from Vivaldi is the
ritornello form:

a ritornello is a passage for the whole ensemble, generally remaining
in the same key.

They function like solid pillars of tonality and are reached by
modulations, which take

place in the ‘episodic’ passages, between the ritornellos

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Concerto
A term often applied in the 17th century to ensemble music for voices
and instruments; since then it has usually denoted a work in which a
solo instrument (or instrumental group) contrasts with an orchestral
ensemble.

The Concerti grossi op.6 of Corelli, some of which probably date from
the 1680s, resemble amplified trio sonatas and could be played by as
few as three or four players or by orchestras of over 100. They were
imitated by his pupils in Italy and by composers in Germany and
England, where Handel's Grand Concertos op.6, while drawing also on
other traditions, represent the summation of the Corelli type. Most
were heard as interval music in oratorios, as were Handel's organ
concertos, a form he seems to have originated and one which became
popular among English composers.

The six Brandenburg Concertos of Bach derive less from this tradition
than from the type of ripieno and solo concertos composed by Torelli
and others at Bologna and by Vivaldi and others at Venice. It was the
three-movement solo concerto of the Vivaldi type, with the quick
movements usually in ritornello form, that survived the Baroque period
and developed into the Classical concerto represented at its finest and
most sophisticated in the 23 piano concertos of Mozart. Beethoven's are
on a larger scale, but they adhere to the principles of the Classical
design despite innovations such as the linking of movements, the
participation of the soloist in the initial ritornello (adumbrated by
Mozart in k 271) and the writing of a cadenza into the score (Piano
Concerto no.5).

(uit de New grove)
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>Concerto for 2 voilins, strings and harpsichord in B flat Major RV 524


Nou, wat denk je dat de instrumentatie is........:)

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De delen zijn
1)Allegro
2)andante
3Allegro

Wat dat betekend staat op:
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Zo, en de rest doe je maar lekker zelf!!

Heb je een opname van dat stuk?

Groetjes
rolf
 #3  
30.03.2005, 01:14
Philip Peters
Rolf wrote:

>>Concerto for 2 voilins, strings and harpsichord

> Nou, wat denk je dat de instrumentatie is........:)


Eh...um....dat is even prakkizeren. Concert voor 2 voilins, minimaal
ondergoed en harpkoord. Ben ik warm? Heb ik iets gewonnen?

P.
 #4  
30.03.2005, 01:23
Samuel Vriezen
Ellen wrote:

> Ik ken heel weinig van muziek, daarmee heb ik uw hulp nodig bij het
> maken van mijn opdracht.


Wat zijn dat voor affreuze sadisten, die zo'n onschuldig
kind dat weinig van muziek weet zo'n opdracht geven!
 #5  
08.01.2006, 22:39
Isaac_Goes
Op 3/29/2005, heeft Ellen verondersteld :
[..]
> maken van mijn opdracht.
> Alvast bedankt !!
> Ellen


Erg mooi
 #6  
09.01.2006, 10:35
Vitsjo
"Isaac_Goes" <IG_nospam> schreef in bericht
news:0577
> Op 3/29/2005, heeft Ellen verondersteld :
>> Hallo,
>> Ik ben op zoek naar wat meer uitleg, een analyse van het muziekstuk
>> concerto for 2 voilins, strings and harpsichord in B flat Major RV 524
>> van Vivaldi...

VIVALDI 2 Trio Sonatas RV 82,85
DDD
** 4 Concertos RV
93,524,531,532
Camerata Bern FURI, Thomas
Guitar SOLLSCHER, Goran
Deutsche Grammophon 415487-2
1:02:04
 #7  
09.01.2006, 10:48
Vitsjo
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