Chamber music

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  • Chamber Music Is A Form Of Chamber Music

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    Chamber Music Chamber Music is a form of Classical Music that is composed of a small group of instruments. It's a little scale constitute from 8 to 10 performers. It is considered as an intimate performance that it is also called "the music of friends." The ensemble is a more knowns musical group of people who perform instruments and vocal music. In Classical Music, trio and quartet depending on the sound of instruments such as string, piano, and winds instruments which are the most common in this

  • The Golden Age Of Chamber Music

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    Franz Joseph Haydn Down the history of music, the classical era was known as the golden age of chamber music. This chamber style of music was largely established by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert. Joseph Haydn was one of the most prolific composers amongst the first Viennese schools (Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven), in the classical era. Joseph Haydn was born in Rohrau, a little Austrian village not far from Hainburg in the year

  • Chamber Music Spectacular

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    On November 2nd, 2016, The First Ontario Performing Arts Center held the Chamber Music Spectacular, showcasing the Walker String Quartet featuring Zoltan Kalman (Clarinet). The performers in The walker string quartet includes Vera Alekseeva (violin), Anna Hughes (violin), Gordon Cleland (cello), and Andrée Simard (viola). The ensemble performed twelve exquisite classical pieces by Brahms, Mozart and Haydn. They were positioned at the front and center of the stage, with the clarinet placed relatively

  • Chamber Music Concert

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    The concert that I went to was Masterworks Series in BargeMusic, New York City’s floating concert hall, located in Brooklyn. It was a classical chamber music concert, compose by two instruments of the string family of cello, and violin and in the percussion section the piano. The selections played at the concert were; Barber(1910-1981) Sonata for Cello and Piano in C minor, Op.6. Beethoven (1770-1827) Sonata in C Major, Op 102 No.1. Weber-Piatigorsky(1786-1826) Sonata No 5 in A Major, Op.10b, J.103

  • The History of Chamber Music

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    The History of Chamber Music What is chamber music? It is ensemble instrumental music for up to about ten performers with typically one performer to a part. Since circa 1450, there has been instrumental music designed for private playing. These pieces used many instruments and (in Germany) it was common that the folk songs would contain 2-3 countermelodies to expand and elaborate the whole, and to arrange the outcome for groups of instruments. Although the

  • Johannes Brahms : The Crown Of His Chamber Music

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    Johannes Brahms was born on May 7th, 1833 in Hamburg, Germany into a family that was already a part of the romantic music scene. His father, Johann Jakob Brahms, was known as a skilled string and wind performer, and gave his son his first musical lessons. Brahms's parents did not approve of his early efforts as a composer, as they felt that he had more potential for a career as a performer. However, the German pianist of the romantic era still dedicated much of his time to his own compositional endeavors

  • History of the Viola's Role in Part-Writing for Chamber Music

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    Carolyn Hunter Music 700 November 1, 2009 Mini-Research Paper #2 History of the Viola’s Role in Part-Writing for Chamber Music There is considerable debate amongst scholars as to whether the birth of the viola preceded or succeeded that of the violin. However, iconographic and documentary evidence indicate that the violin, viola, and cello most likely evolved together as a family of instruments very early in the sixteenth century and almost certainly in northern Italy. Part-writing

  • Student Chamber Music Concert

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    On Monday, April, 18, 2016, I attended a concert held by Wake Forest University’s Department of Music. The performance was titled “Student Chamber Music I Concert” and it began promptly at 7:30pm. 7. The program that was distributed when I came in was very helpful in explaining the repertoire. The music to my surprise was very enjoyable! The concert began with a flute ensemble. The first work they played was called “Allegro” by Demenico Cimarosa. This sonata was originally written in the Romanic

  • Concert Chamber Music Analysis

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    The concert Chamber Music by Two, Three and Four was made up of three different pieces. Each of the three pieces were composed by, in order, W. A. Mozart, M. Ravel, and J. Brahms. Performing the pieces were Alicia Eppinga on the cello, Barbara Corbato on the viola, Mark Clinton on the piano, and Mihai Craioveanu on violin. These musicians performed sub-sections within the pieces known as movements, which brought their own sense of individuality to the piece while still creating a sense of unity across

  • Chamber Music Progression

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    Over the past few years, chamber music has been an integral part of my life and career as a musical artist. I would not be the musician I am today without having collaborated with some of the most inspiring people I have ever encountered, whether they are world-class experienced artists or young musicians that are just starting out. My life would not be complete without combining a career of chamber music and solo performances and over the past few years. I believe they both provide very different