Cello Concerto in A Minor Op 129

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Cello Concerto in A Minor

The present edition is also a practical version for cellists to become better acquainted with the orchestra part, improve their ensemble skills, or even perform the piece without hiring an orchestra.

Author: Robert Schumann

Publisher: A-R Editions, Inc.

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Book URL: https://www.areditions.com/rr/special/S_033.html Robert Schumann wrote his Cello Concerto in A Minor, op. 129, in two weeks in 1850, shortly after moving to Düsseldorf to assume the position of city music director. Schumann proposed an arrangement of the piece for solo cello and string quartet to his publisher Breitkopf & Härtel in 1853, but his proposal was rejected. The composer¿s conception of a chamber version of the piece, here realized for the first time by Ka-Wai Yu, allows cellists, scholars, and music lovers to enjoy the piece outside an orchestral setting, rediscovering the intimacy and chamber music character of performances in Schumann¿s time. The present edition is also a practical version for cellists to become better acquainted with the orchestra part, improve their ensemble skills, or even perform the piece without hiring an orchestra.

Concerto For Cello and Orchestra in A Minor op 129

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Concertos violoncello orchestra

Lovers of the rich burnished tones of the cello will appreciate the keynote of this volume: complete scores of three great romantic cello concertos brought together in one convenient source.

Author: Robert Schumann

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486245845

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Lovers of the rich burnished tones of the cello will appreciate the keynote of this volume: complete scores of three great romantic cello concertos brought together in one convenient source. Spanning the last half of the nineteenth century, the compositions reveal extraordinary lyricism, imagination, and individual interpretation of the concerto form. The works in this volume are Robert Schumann: Cello Concerto in A Minor, Op. 129; Camille Saint-Saens: Cello Concerto No. 1, Op. 33; and Antonin Dvo ak: Cello Concerto in B Minor, Op. 104. Generations of cellists and music lovers have savored these works for their unique qualities: the Schumann concerto for its ravishing interweaving of cello and orchestra; that of Saint-Saens for solid musical craftsmanship; the Dvo ak work for enchanting melodies and exceptionally rich invention. Now musicians can enjoy the felicities of each work, complete and unabridged, in this sturdy, attractive Dover volume. Reprinted directly from authoritative editions, this volume offers not only great music but also the quality features that musicians have come to expect from Dover: clear reproduction of musical notation; ample space for analysis, notes, fingerings, etc.; glossaries of musical terms; and more. For playing or study, this inexpensive edition is a must for every serious cellist. "

Cello Concerto Op 129 a Min

It has, however, become one of the most popular concertos for the instrument along with the works by Dvorak and Elgar.

Author: Robert Schumann

Publisher: Schott & Company Limited

ISBN: 9783795766689

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(Schott). Schumann's Cello Concerto in A minor was never played in his lifetime, receiving its premiere 4 years after his death. It has, however, become one of the most popular concertos for the instrument along with the works by Dvorak and Elgar.

Concerto in A Minor

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Cello concerto in A minor opus 129

A Cello solo with Piano Accompaniment composed by Robert Schumann.

Author: Robert Schumann

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A Cello solo with Piano Accompaniment composed by Robert Schumann.

Concerto For Cello and Orchestra in A Minor Op 129

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Concerto for Cello in A Minor Op 129

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Concerto A minor for violoncello and orchestra op 129

Author: Robert Schumann

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Concerto for violoncello and orchestra in A minor op 129

In this work, Schumann does not always let the solo instrument predominate, but also gives the orchestra a substantial share of the musical activity.

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Robert Schumann completed his "Concert Piece for violoncello with orchestral accompaniment" on 24 October 1850, the day of his first concert in Düsseldorf. In this work, Schumann does not always let the solo instrument predominate, but also gives the orchestra a substantial share of the musical activity. The score was not published until 1883, as part of the old Schumann Complete Edition (Serie III, No. 2). The first movement ("Nicht zu schnell") boasts a broadly sweeping, melodic principal theme and a gracefully ornate secondary theme enhanced with characteristic intervals (second, seventh). It makes effective use of the vocal possibilities of the solo instrument, as well as all of its registers. While many passages are accompanied only by the strings, sometimes in the style of a recitative, striking thematic accents are added by the woodwinds and, though rarely, by the horns and trumpets. The second movement ("Langsam") evolves quite unexpectedly from the last tutti, which is dominated by a theme stated exclusively by the orchestra. A bridge is created by a harmonically distorted quote of the highly plagal turn that had been placed at the opening of the first movement as a kind of "curtain" and which later constitutes the head of the first theme of the third movement. The entrance of a second solo cello gives rise to the illusion of multi-voiced chords. A reminiscence of the main theme of the first movement in the orchestra is taken up by the solo instrument before it is toned down in order to lead a dramatic, agitated recitativo accompagnato. A short cello cadenza leads right into the midst of the finale ("Sehr lebhaft"). In this technically very tricky rondo, which is bursting with capriciousness and temperament, the soloist and the orchestra toss the thematic material between themselves in steady alternation and generally without much modulatory movement. An orchestrally accompanied cadenza of the solo instrument precedes the short closing stretto in A major. This source-critical, practice-oriented new edition has been based on the first edition of the parts and the piano reduction, which were overseen by Schumann. - Preface.

Concerto in a Minor for Cello and Orchestra Op 129

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Concerto A Minor for Violoncello and Orchestra Op 129

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Concerto in A minor for violoncello and piano op 129

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Concerto A minor

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Concerto in A Minor Op 129

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Concerto for violin and orchestra A minor

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Concerto in A Minor Opus 129

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Concerto in A minor opus 129 for cello and piano with two cadenzas

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Concerto in A Minor Opus 129

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