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Piano Concerto in A minor

piano et orchestre
Dieses von Strawinskys Klavierlehrerin Leokadiya Kashperova (1872-1940) fordert die pianistische Virtuosität vor allem in der linken Hand heraus. Diese ist nötig, um die raumgreifenden extremen Arpeggien – sperrig und kantig im Adagio, technisch teuflisch im Molto allegro - zu meistern.
Numéro du produit: BH 14203
Edition: Réduction pour piano, Orchestral reduction (Piano II)
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Leokadiya Kashperova (1872–1940), hitherto consigned to a footnote in musical history as Stravinsky’s piano teacher, is undergoing rediscovery. A double graduate of the St Petersburg Conservatoire, she emerged as a virtuoso pianist and composer in the romantic tradition. She was associated with some of the great musicians of her day, including Balakirev and Auer. She performed in both Germany and the UK in the 1900s, but her career petered out after 1920.

The Piano Concerto (1900) is Kashperova's earliest surviving orchestral work, and it was premiered by the composer the following year in Moscow and St Petersburg, bringing her much wider recognition and paving the way for an international career. Cast in three movements and in a Romantic idiom, pianistic virtuosity is often channelled into the pianist’s left hand, which is required to negotiate widely-spaced ‘extreme’ arpeggios – awkwardly angular when adagio, fiendishly technical when molto allegro. Kashperova’s orchestral colours are achieved by felicitous solos for the woodwind, horns and brass. Noteworthy, too, are unexpected glimpses of chamber music when, in the last movement for example, the piano combines fleetingly with solo violin and solo cello in passages. The concerto’s quick music (Molto allegro and Allegro con anima) admirably portrays the vivacious personality of their composer, described in 1906 as offering those around her ‘an abundance of joy, excitement and fun’. The central movement, by contrast, is a tender Adagio which offers the listener a gem of musical poetry.

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I Allegro maestoso-Molto allegro

II  Adagio

III Allegro con anima

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Titre:
Piano Concerto in A minor
Edition:
Réduction pour piano, Orchestral reduction (Piano II)
Niveau de difficulté:
avancé to difficile
Maison d'édition:
Boosey & Hawkes
Year of composition:
1900
Opus:
op. 2
Durée:
34 ′
Clé:
la mineur
Série:
Titre:
Piano Concerto in A minor
Edition:
Réduction pour piano, Orchestral reduction (Piano II)
Niveau de difficulté:
avancé to difficile
Maison d'édition:
Boosey & Hawkes
Year of composition:
1900
Opus:
op. 2
Durée:
34 ′
Clé:
la mineur
Série:
Titre:
Piano Concerto in A minor
Edition:
Réduction pour piano, Orchestral reduction (Piano II)
Niveau de difficulté:
avancé to difficile
Maison d'édition:
Boosey & Hawkes
Year of composition:
1900
Opus:
op. 2
Durée:
34 ′
Clé:
la mineur
Série:

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Numéro du produit:
BH 14203
ISMN13:
979-0-060-14203-1
ISBN13:
978-1-78454-907-7
Numéro du produit:
BH 14203
ISMN13:
979-0-060-14203-1
ISBN13:
978-1-78454-907-7
UPC:
196288216384
Poid:
0,3 kg
Pages :
76
Format:
22.9cm x 30.5cm
Obligatoire :
Reliure à dos agrafé
Numéro du produit:
BH 14238 Q588013
ISMN13:
979-0-060-14238-3
ISBN13:
978-1-78454-907-7
Pages :
73
Format:
21cm x 29.7cm
Format de fichier:
(PDF / 1,10 MB)

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