Label: FNAC - 592094 • Format: CD • Country: France • Genre: Classical • Style: Romantic
The Piano Quartet No. It was premiered in in Hamburgwith You Love - Napkin Terrorizer - Melting Kiss And Heavy Sex (File) Schumann at the piano. It was also played in Vienna on 16 Novemberwith Brahms himself at the piano supported by members of the Hellmesberger Quartet.
This first movement, a sonata form movement in G minor and common timebegins immediately with the first theme, a declamatory statement in straight quarter-notes, stated in octaves for the piano alone. This theme is the opening Andante - Brahms* - Quatuor Kandinsky - Piano Quartets 1 & 3 that governs the content of the rest of the musical material in the movement.
The other instruments soon join in to develop this initial theme and cadence in G minor. There are four other themes in the exposition. The exposition ends with a closing section that develops only the opening theme and oscillates between D major and D minor, and eventually ends, almost reluctantly, in D major.
Although the exposition Andante - Brahms* - Quatuor Kandinsky - Piano Quartets 1 & 3 not repeated, Brahms creates the illusion of its repetition by starting the development section with the identical ten measures that begins the exposition, up to and including the strong G minor cadence.
The development section then goes through many of the themes previously heard and extends them in new ways, and moves from A minor to E minor and eventually to D major. Very atypically, the recapitulation begins not with the first theme, but with the second theme in G major.
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The recapitulation ends with a coda that is relatively brief but intense, concluding with an ascending passage built through imitation of the opening cell, whose buildup comes suddenly crashing down in a descending 'fortissimo' phrase.
The piece ends on a desolate and incomplete-sounding G minor chord, the highest notes being the third and fifth scale degrees of the tonic triad rather than the tonic. The second movement, marked Intermezzo and Trio, is in C minor and compound triple meter.
It is in Andante - Brahms* - Quatuor Kandinsky - Piano Quartets 1 & 3 form and functions like a scherzothe more traditional second or third movement of a piano quartet. The consistently repeated eighth notes creates an effect of perpetual motion, even agitation, although the melodic themes are quite lyrical. The intermezzo flirts between major and minor and ends in C major.
The intermezzo is repeated, followed by a brief coda in C major that restates the theme of the trio. The first subject is very lyrical. A second idea, which brings back the repeated eighth notes from the intermezzo, begins the transition to the second main section.
The second section is in C major and starts with fortissimo chords in dotted rhythm for the piano solo. The second theme itself is rhythmically energetic and exuberant in character. It is initially stated by the piano and accompanied by light sixteenth note gestures by the strings, although this is later reversed. A long coda helps to stabilize the often dissonant and unstable harmonies of the movement.
Like the previous movements, this movement develops a plethora of King Creole (Alternate Master) - Elvis* - The King Of Rock N Roll: The Complete 50s Masters. The final cadence of this movement, from the minor subdominant to the tonic, is used to conclude many of Brahms's slow movements, such as that from the Piano Quintet.
The voicing of the last chord is ominous: the highest note of the strings is the violin's open G string, while the piano plays a tonic chord again with the third on top two octaves higher. This fast rondo marked 'presto' is in G minor in duple time.
The subtitle "Rondo alla zingarese" has given it the nickname "Gypsy Rondo. The quartet was orchestrated by Arnold Schoenberg inat the instigation of conductor Otto Klemperer and premiered by the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Klemperer; this orchestrated version was made into the ballet Brahms—Schoenberg Quartet by George Balanchine. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Piano Quartet in G minor No. Piano Quartet in G minor: I. Piano Quartet in G minor: II. Allegro, ma non troppo. Andante con Moto. Piano Quartet in G minor: IV. Presto, Rondo alla Zingarese. Chamber music by Johannes Brahms. Cello Sonata No. Clarinet Trio in A minor, Op. Piano Quartet No. Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op. List of compositions by Johannes Brahms. Johannes Brahms. Double Concerto Piano Concerto No. Ballades, Op. F-A-E Sonata. Portal:Classical music. Categories : Chamber music by Johannes Brahms Compositions for piano quartet compositions Compositions in G minor.
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