CADENZAS, VIOLIN concertos, VIOLIN with orchestra, VIOLIN, SHEET music, and EDUCATION
The article offers insights and tips for interpreting the Mozart Violin Concerto no. 3 in G major K216 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. It suggests the consideration of the style and articulation, cadenza, language of Mozart and the right habits in learning the Concerto. The sheet music for the song is also presented.
Bernhard Fleischer Moving Images (Firm), production company., Association relative à la télévision européenne, production company., Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen, production company., Harnoncourt, Nikolaus, speaker., Lang, Lang, 1982- speaker., Berger, Christian, 1945- director., and Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791, composer.
Instrumental music -- Analysis, appreciation. and Criticism, interpretation, etc.
The stylistic evolution of Mozart's Viennese instrumental repertory as a whole [1781-1791], closely tied to historical and contextual lines of inquiry, has yet to receive systematic attention. This book fills the gap through a study of stylistic re-invention, a practically- and empirically-based theory that explains how innovative, putatively inspired ideas take shape in Mozart's works and lead to stylistic re-formulation. Re-invention comprises a two-stage process: Mozart manipulates pre-existent stylistic features of his music to climactic effect, in so doing introducing a demonstrably 'new' stylistic dimension with broad aesthetic resonance; he subsequently re-appraises his style in response to the dimension in question. From close examination of a variety of Mozart's works [piano concertos, string quartets and symphonies in particular], supported by study of Mozart's other chamber and dramatic works, the author shows that stylistic re-invention is a consistent and coherent manifestation of stylistic development. Ultimately re-invention puts center stage the interaction of intellectual and imaginative elements of Mozart's musical personality, accounting both for process of reflection and re-appraisal and for striking conceptual leaps.