Ernst von Dohnányi. Serenade for violin, viola & cello in C major, Op. Composition Information ↓; Description ↓; Parts/Movements ↓; Appears On ↓. Serenade in C Major for String Trio, Op Of Dohnanyi’s Serenade in C Major, Op for String Trio, composed between and , the Chamber Music. Chamber Music Work: Ernő Dohnányi (), Serenade for String Trio in C major, Op. 10 (for violin, viola and cello).
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Historically evokes the evening, outdoors, an honorific or amorous tribute, especially from a suitor to a lover in a window or balcony.
A slow movement Romanze follows evoking the traditional serenade once again with guitar-like pizzicato a lyrical song in the violin part interrupted briefly by a passionate outburst. This is the most serious movement of his Serenade.
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These carry over into the variations which are one of the most extraordinary sets ever composed, and characterized by a very high degree of craftsmanship. Yet, sadly and inexplicably, it has virtually disappeared from the concert stage. Instead of simply repeating the march of 21 measures in its entirety, he compresses it into five bars by means of representing the original 16th note runs that lead to the main dotted rhythm of the march into a run of only three notes while retaining the dotted rhythm.
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Serenade, Op.10 (Dohnányi, Ernő)
Although it begins as an entirely independent theme, it starts to bear a distant relationship to the thematic material in the opening movement as the movement progresses.
These carry over into the variations which are one of the most extraordinary sets ever composed, and characterized by a very high degree of craftsmanship. The main theme is really only a short kernel of four measures. The third-movement scherzo flexes more modern muscles with a bristling fugue and a tuneful trio that combine simultaneously in the scherzo reprise.
Theirs is a very impressive achievement and the coupling rohnanyi these three works is, I think, unique. Das Finale, ein Rondo, ist der vielleicht am meisten an Brahms anmutende Satz. The fourth movement is a set of five variations on a chorale-like theme itself a variant of the Donhanyi melody from the March which evoke an almost Schubertian lyricism. It is very unlikely that this work is public domain in the EU, or in any country where the copyright term is life-plus years. A range of works by opus number, uses the plural “opp.
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Serenade for violin, viola & cello in C major, Op. 10
It has a folk tune quality to it. A challenge to the composers ingenuity and a delight for the listener trio 1 — an ensemble or work for 3 players troppo [I], non troppo, trop [F] — too, too much.
Beethoven begins his Op. A single opus number may refer to a collection of works e.
Ernst von Dohnanyi Serenade in C Major for String Trio, Op
Other recordings available for download. To the off-beat pizzicati in the violin and cello, the viola, in a long solo, presents a calm main theme.
The theme itselfwhich all three instruments present together, is reflective and elegiac in nature but full of harmonic surprises.
Faster than adagio but slower than allegretto chamber music, Kammermusik [G], musique de chambre [F], musica da camera [I], musica cameralis [L] — “Classical Music” for a small ensemble, generally 8 or fewer players with a canonical emphasis on players. Beethoven concluded his Serenade simply by reinserting the opening Marcia in its entirety. Dohnanyi apparently saw no reason to insert a polacca or any other kind of dance movement and makes his next movement, Andante con motoa theme with a set of five variations.
After his scherzo, Beethoven produces what is probably the most memorable movement of his Serenade, an Allegretto serenaee Polacca. Piano Quintets; Serenade for string trio.
Traditionally, of course, a march has a contrasting trio section which serves as the middle portion of the movement after which the march reappears and is used to conclude the movement either with or without a coda.
Upon graduating in the spring ofDohnanyi embarked on a dazzling career as a concert artist, often playing in chamber ensembles. Beethoven concluded his Serenade simply by reinserting the opening Marcia in its entirety. A more rarefied form than the string quartet perhaps because the texture is sparse each instrument highly exposed and the means more difficult for natural harmonic richness.
Trios almost always emphasize countrapuntal writing with each of the three players in strong relief. The march appears again at the conclusion of the finale.
Comp Date June 7, There were many—from such fine composers as HerzogenbergReineckeFuchsand Berens to name but a few. Jazz Latin New Age. To the off-beat pizzicati in the violin and cello, the viola, in a long solo, presents a calm main theme. In fact most of the remaining movements refer to the themes of the March in a more or less sublimated fashion.
Serenade for String Trio; Sextet. Instead of simply repeating the march of 21 measures in its entirety, he compresses it into five bars by means of representing the original 16th note runs that lead to the main dotted rhythm of the march into a run of only three notes while retaining the dotted rhythm.
The Serenade is without question one of the great masterpieces of the string trio literature and should not be missed by anyone who has the opportunity to play string trios. The central movement is a Scherzo, imposing strenuous demands on the players and affording little respite from fast-moving passagework, despite the equality of instrumental dialogue. But these become challenges and assets in the great trios. The site is also available in several languages.