4 edition of Piano Trio No. 2, Op. 66 in C Minor found in the catalog.
February 1, 2003 by Eulenburg .
Written in English
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New material based on a dramatic dotted long-short rhythm in an almost martial character, beginning with an upbeat. There is a fifth sequence, but this time the answer comes from both instruments playing in harmony and leading to a cadence in C minor. With such a turbulent start to the movement, one might expect the second theme to be a quiet contrast. This time, the top climax with the long and short chords is set higher, extended a bar, and more strongly confirms the key of G minor.
Marked Allegro energico e fuoco, the first movement begins with a segmented theme consisting of rising and falling arpeggios and scales. The B flat minor Largo third movement opens with large block chords from the piano. A cadence in C-sharp minor is avoided. I owe all my education to him.
As a thematic surprise, Mendelssohn introduces a personalized version of a Lutheran chorale tune, which adds a strong measure of dignity to an ensemble scheme that is exceptionally virtuosic and sonorously extroverted. Buildup to climax, as in the exposition. I owe all my education to him. The intensity of the opening is allayed by the appearance of a more delicate and tuneful second theme, and Mendelssohn deftly uses this contrast to keep the ear off-balance for the remainder of the movement, readily shifting between the two masterfully and dramatically. The B flat minor Largo third movement opens with large block chords from the piano.
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Speed and technical tautness are of the essence as the three protagonists pursue the dazzling virtuosity of the breathless events that bristle with excitement.
This quickly recedes as the strings also move to slower-moving ascending arpeggios, leading toward a more subdued cadence. The piano plays even more quietly in harmonized rising triplets as the key shifts up a half-step to C-sharp minor.
Op. 66 in C Minor book Andante espressivo soon arrives to lull the listener with a gentle theme taken from the Songs without Words. Composed ina year after the Violin Concerto, Piano Trio No.
2 C-minor Trio has all the solid craftsmanship of its concerto predecessor if not its lofty, irresistible lyricism. The last part is unaltered. Scherzo: Molto allegro quasi presto IV. Nothing seemed good enough to me, and in fact neither does this trio. Composition history[ edit ] The composition was dedicated to Shostakovich's good friend, Ivan Sollertinskya Russian polymath and avid musician, who had recently died aged The motif with which the work began is thrown from instrument to instrument, there are sudden climaxes, and the movement peters out uncertainly just as one expects some new development.
The piece consists of four movements, with a complete performance running 25 to 27 minutes. New material based on a dramatic dotted long-short rhythm in an almost martial character, beginning with an upbeat.
It fades into the last movement with hardly a break. The strings play plaintive three-note phrases, the last notes of which are lengthened and held across bar lines, with the last few patterns adding short ornaments.
The strings play fragments of Theme 2, including the long-very short rhythm. After the two initial phrases, the cello first breaks out of the octaves, then plays in counterpoint with the violin as the piano moves to block chords and the music works to a climax E-flat major.
Also, the Trio in C minor is a more detailed work that rewards repeated listening. Ominous motion in the strings with low triplets in the piano bass lead to the disguised entry of the recapitulation.
A cadence in C-sharp minor is avoided. But Mendelssohn can never resist melody for long, and as the piano becomes more agitated the violin and cello sing above it.
The cello plays plucked notes. A brief fortissimo seems to call us to order: Lalo marks his return with the power of an Allegro appassionato. This movement is followed by a scherzo, but one with bitter humor in the key of F sharp major. Mozart began somewhat to correct the inequity, and Beethoven, not surprisingly, effected a proper balance, if not invariably a conventional chamber music texture.
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