I. Allegro Non Troppo - Antonín Dvořák / Antonín Rejcha* - The Rejcha Trio - The Trio F Minor, Op. 6

Pno Trio in E flat, Op. Allegro assai. Lento poco andante. Pno Trio in d, Op. Allegro non troppo. Pno Trio in C, Op.

Poco allegretto. No customer reviews. Although there are moments of great passion in this movement, its main melody has a wistful quality while the middle section provides the first stretch of relaxed lyricism in the work. While it is tempting to see the cross-rhythms of this finale in terms of the Czech furiant, the impression is less of a composer striking a national pose than creating a sense of abstract, restless activity.

If folk inflection is to be found, it is in the waltz-like second theme. The resolution of all this activity comes with a magnificently dark reference to the first theme of the first movement before a moment of sweet nostalgia is swept away by a brisk dash to the cadence. His reputation as the major Czech composer of the day, and a powerful force in European music, was now secure. He had resisted the blandishments of those who wished to draw him to Vienna and was again beginning to take stock.

Paradoxically, the very homely nature of the libretto had wrung from him music that was both touching and universal. After this we encounter a more reflective, once again experimental composer. The Requiem Mass, composed in for the Birmingham Festival of , and the Eighth Symphony of mark an emancipation from fading loyalties to Vienna and the scrutiny of Brahms and Hanslick.

He studied composition, violin, flute, piano and composition while with his uncle. In , they went to Bonn, where Joseph became music director at the electoral court. There, Anton got to know Beethoven with whom he became friends. He traveled extensively, holding positions in Hamburg, Vienna and Paris, where he eventually settled. By he was a professor at the Paris Conservatory and became one of the most famous teachers of his time.

He also gained fame as a theorist. He was an innovator in many areas. Allegro molto 2. Adagio molto e mesto 3. Allegretto scherzando 4. Allegro moderato 2.

Largo 3. Presto 4. Allegro non tanto 2. Adagio 3. Fugues 36 for piano, Op. Fugues 6 for piano, Op. Grande Sonate, for piano in C major. La Pantomime, fantasy for string quartet. Piano Quintet in C minor. Piano Sonata in E major, Op. Piano Sonatas 3 , Op. Piano Trio in C major, Op. Piano Trio in D minor, Op.

Practische Beispiele, treatise for piano. Quartet for 4 flutes, Op. Quatuor scientifique, for string quartet. String Quartet. String Quintet. Romances 3. Vocal Music. Romances 3 for 2 flutes, Op.

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  1. Antonín Dvořák - Slovak Quartet-String Quartets In Es Major Op. 51 & F Major Op. 96 - vinyl B1 Allegro Ma Non Troppo B2 Andante Con Moto. Vivace B3 Andante Con Moto Antonín Dvořák / Sukovo trio Klavirní tria. 33" LP Česká republika.
  2. The F minor Trio, Op 65, composed in , not only signals new directions in Dvorák’s style, but shows evidence of an approaching crisis in his career. In the previous ten years, Dvorák had built a strong reputation in his native Bohemia, much of which had been founded on the composition of opera.
  3. Rejcha: Piano Trios, an album by Antoine Reicha, Guarneri Trio Prague on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Antonín Dvořák-Slovanské tance - vinyl (Poco Allegro) A4 Č. 4 F Dur (Tempo Di Minuetto) A5 Č. 5 A Dur (Allegro Vivace) Ma Non Troppo, Quasi Tempo Di Valse) Česká Suita, Op. 39 D1 Č. 1 Preludium (Pastorale) D2 Č. 2 Polka D3 Č. 3 Sousedská (Minuetto) D4 Č. 4 Romance.
  5. Chamber Music Festival - 31st Anniversary. Trio g moll pro klavír, housle a violoncello op. 15 Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 15 I. Moderato assai II. Allegro ma non agitato III. Finale. Presto Antonín Dvořák (–) Dumky pro klavírní trio op. 90, B Dumky for PianoTrio.
  6. Allegro assai Guarneri Trio Prague: Čeněk Pavlík - violin ("Zimbalist""from Guarneri del Gesu, ), Marek Jerie - cello (Andrea Guarneri, ), Ivan Klánský - piano Rejcha's life story would provide ample material for a blockbuster film: at the age of eleven he ran away from home to gain a musical education.
  7. Nov 22,  · Antonín Dvořák Piano Trio No.3 in F minor Op 1. Allegro ma non troppo 2. Allegro grazioso 3. Poco Adagio 4. Finale. Allegro con brio The.
  8. Sep 30,  · Antonín Rejcha (Reicha) Trio for 3 Violoncellos in E flat major 1. Allegro 2. Andante 3. Menuetto. Allegro 4. Finale. Lento un poco andante.
  9. Anton (or Antonin or Antoine) Reicha (or Rejcha) (February 26, ? May 28, ) was a Czech-born naturalized French composer, a flautist in his youth, and an influential theorist. He is best known today for his substantial early contribution to the wind quintet literature, as .

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