Josef And Greta Dichler / Kamillo Wanansell - 2 Famous European Pianos + Ballade For Flute album flac
Title: 2 Famous European Pianos + Ballade For Flute
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Josef And Greta Dichler, Kamillo Wanansell - 2 Famous European Pianos + Ballade For Flute (10"). Mozart - Vienna Symphony Orchestra Chamber Ensemble, Camillo Wanausek - Flute Quartet In D, . 85 (7", EP, Mono).
Слушайте Josef And Grete Dichler и скачивайте бесплатно в формате mp3 прямо сейчас, без кодов, смс и регистрации. Dvorak: Slavonic Dances, Op 46, B. 78 (arranged for two pianos) 2. Dumka. Allegretto scherzando–Allegro vivo (E minor) - Grete Dichler & Josef Dichler. 78 (arranged for two pianos) 6. Sousedská. Allegretto scherzando (D major) - Grete Dichler & Josef Dichler. Dvorak: Slavonic Dances, Op 72, B. 145 (arranged for two pianos) 5. Spacírka. Poco Adagio-Vivace (B? minor) - Grete Dichler & Josef Dichler. 78 (arranged for two pianos) 3. Polka.
The term ballade was used by Chopin in the sense of a balletic interlude or dance-piece, equivalent to the old Italian ballata, but the term may also have connotations of the medieval heroic ballad, a narrative minstrel-song, often of a fantastical character. There are dramatic and dance-like elements in Chopin's use of the genre, and he may be said to be a pioneer of the ballade as an abstract musical form. The ballades have directly influenced composers such as Franz Liszt and Johannes Brahms who, after.
Sonata for Flute and Piano in E Minor, Op. 16. .Daniela Koch, Oliver Triendl. 3:39 Emmanuel Pahud, Eric Le Sage. 2:22 Wolfgang Boettcher, Josef Pálenícek, Naotaka N.Régis Pasquier, Bruno Pasquier, Roland Pidoux,.
The second subject begins with the flowing of notes through A flat major and and E flat major, and goes through expressive modulations and trills, which is considered the most charming musical gem among the ballades. The reappearance of the main theme proposes a key change from A flat major to C sharp minor, which leads to an agitated and turbulent section. The theme becomes darker and the storm does not fade out completely; it becomes the background for the main theme to reappear for the last time
Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23, composed in 1831 during the composer's early years in Vienna, was a reflection of his loneliness in the city far away from his home in Poland, where the November Uprising, a war against the Russian Empire's oppression of his people, was happening. Once finished, it was not published until his move to Paris, where he dedicated it to Baron Nathaniel von Stockhausen, the Hanoverian ambassador to France. A distinguishing feature of Ballade No. 1 is its time signature. While the other three are written in strict compound duple time with a 6/8 time signature, Ballade No. 1 bears deviations from this. The introduction is written in 4/4 time, and the more extensive Presto con fuoco coda is written in 2/2. The rest of the piece is written in 6/4, rather than the 6/8 which characterizes the others.
|–Josef And Greta Dichler*||Vierhaendige Sonate Fuer Zwei Klaviere 1938 (Four Handed Sonata For Two Pianos)|
|–Kamillo Wanansell*||Ballade For Flute|
|1037||Josef And Greta Dichler* / Kamillo Wanansell*||Josef And Greta Dichler* / Kamillo Wanansell* - 2 Famous European Pianos + Ballade For Flute (10")||Cook||1037||Australia||Unknown|
|BN 1037||Ernest Ansermet||Ballade For Flute (12", Album)||Cook Laboratories||BN 1037||US||Unknown|