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Jeanne Velonis Piano Technicians: What Descriptive information to help identify this dissertation. A buildup leads to a highly chromatic middle section marked “slithery” with sudden virtuosic outbursts, after which the melody returns to end the etude as it began.
My mother taught piano in the living room of our Brooklyn apartment, and a parade of young people filled the air with Czerny, Mozart, and Bach during my after-school hours. Voyage for flute and string orchestra Mark Baechle was tasked with listening to what I played, and then trying to figure out how to put it into measures that made sense.
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Three Irish Folksong Settings for voice and flute Listen to a sound clip. Album Details Total Time: Etude Fantasy For piano ——————————————————————————————————————————————————— First performed October 9,by Fantaasy Tocco, piano, at the Kennedy Center, Washington, DC corigliwno Listen to a sound clip order music from www.
Quarter-tones are readily and sometimes unintentionally produced by violinists and singers, but they rarely appear in piano music, because of the instruments fixed pitches. All is resolved, though, in the percussive cluster of the final gesture.
After the initial melodic statement, the virtuoso figurations accompanying the tone row return, followed by a gradual slowing down which finally introduces the right hand, playing a quiet chromatic scale over a gently pulsing left-hand accompaniment. I had composed one previous work for two pianos, Kaleidoscopeinand couldn’t think of anything else I wanted to say in that medium. The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:.
Fifths to Thirds 2: So I had to correct the written proofs to compensate for my splattered notes. This dissertation can be searched. The fourth etude is a study of ornaments. The atmosphere created here is magical.
Fantasia on an Ostinato for piano A buildup leads to a highly chromatic middle section marked “slithery”with sudden virtuosic outbursts, after which the melody returns to end the etude as it began.
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According to the All Music GuideCorigliano ranks among “the few ‘serious’ contemporary composers whose appeal has ranged beyond the new-music crowd to reach listeners steeped in more traditional, time-tested fare. The rhythmic and harmonic structure of this theme are retained through much of Corigliano’s work.
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The Solo Piano Works of John Corigliano: Etude Fantasy (1976) and Fantasia on an Ostinato (1985)
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Christmas at the Cloisters. Eventually, the fantassy forced me to come up with a solution. The material in the studies is related most obviously by the interval of a second and its inversion and expansion to sevenths and ninths which is used both melodically and in building the work’s harmonic structure.
His earlier works, always performed with great success erude frequency, are now established as central works of the repertoire.
Follow the links below to find similar items on the Digital Library. View a full description of this dissertation. In those contexts, I liked the eerie, hallucinatory quality the mistuning evoked. The rhythmic and harmonic structure of this theme are retained through much of Corigliano’s work. Description John Corigliano b.