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Add you MP3 interpretation on this page! Many believe that the Sonata for violin and keyboard in G minor, BWV is almost certainly not a work by Bach; or, rather, it is almost certainly not a work by J.
Bach it may in fact have been composed by Johann Sebastian's son C. Furthermore, it is not really even a violin sonata -- whoever the work's author might be, the intended ensemble seems actually to be flute and harpsichord or perhaps its smaller-toned cousin the clavichord.
But it is an elegant piece of late-Baroque chamber music, and is not put to any shame by its six worthy and unquestionably authentic brethren BWV - The opening movement has no tempo indication but is built of vintage allegro stock.
The entirety of the opening ritornello, with its active figuration and arpeggiated subject, is given to the harpsichord as a solo; when the violin enters some bars later the music briefly takes on a more spacious form -- but soon the energetic ritornello creeps back in.
The violin sings a melody that grows from many long-held tones in the Adagio second movement. The third movement is a strong-boned Allegro into which from time to time breaks a wonderfully peculiar repeated-note motif.
Write down your comment. You are not connected, choose one of two options to submit your comment Login. At the culmination of the sonnet, the persona tells Laura that he is in this tortured-rhapsodic state because of her: in the first version, these words unleashed harp-like arpeggiations and a melody that repeatedly soars to high A flat in an ossia for the final phrase, a high D flat is called for , but the second time around Liszt avoids the sweet and settled cadence from before.
This state of being, the music says, will go on and on; if there is rapture in it, there is also fear, doubt and tension.
Liszt called the poem a dithyramb an ancient Greek hymn to Dionysos, of a wild, ecstatic character ; he orchestrated the song, although of course we hear the original version for voice and piano.
Liszt knew them all, including the great German poet Heinrich Heine; Heine had left Germany in for self-imposed exile in Paris and would spend the rest of his life there.
In one famous passage, Heine pays Liszt a series of notably backhanded compliments:. The friendship did not last; Heine attacked Liszt in the s for his supposed betrayal of the republican ideals of the revolution, but Liszt did not allow that to prevent him from creating some of the best Heine songs of the century.
The battle against giving up is ongoing, Liszt tells us in the piano introduction, and it is a desperate battle, constantly on the verge of defeat.
Sleepless night and its sorrow bring a snippet of lyrical song at the midway point, but the remainder of this music harps on the question-theme.
It is no wonder that the song ends in treble mid-air and uncertainty. Liszt translates the futility of such longing for the unattainable, for dreams rather than reality, as circular motion: the motif repeated throughout the introduction and postlude of the later version of this song echoes between the left and right hands in circular fashion and is filled with echoing semitone figures.
He first became famous for his patriotic poems, and Die Vätergruft appeals to a newly historicized view of warrior loyalty, rulership, lineage and duty, with its elderly warrior who is welcomed into the ranks of the dead, his crypt reserved for him, his shield as his pillow and his sword clasped in his hands.
We hear the second version, published in the Liszt Society Journal in Coronini was not the greatest poet to be diplomatic , but his ballad Die Fischerstochter gave Liszt the opportunity for a song that alternates in a highly original way between the lyrical and the dramatic.
But a storm at sea sinks the ship, and heartbreak ensues. The bitter dissonant chords at the close and a final harmony in inversion constitute yet another Lisztian indeterminate ending.
This is what happens to love in late Liszt. Born Augustin Cipriani, he was separated from his sister Sperata in infancy and later falls in love with her and fathers a child—the equally unforgettable figure of Mignon—before learning of his unwitting incest.
Only at the very end is there tonal certainty about the key of A minor, and even so we finish on a second-inversion triad—hardly the most final of endings.