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W.A. Mozart Music Concerto Flute and Harp K 299 - 3rd Movement - Beautiful Live Classical Concert 10:51
W.A. Mozart Music Concerto Flute and Harp K 299 - 3rd Movement - Beautiful Live Classical Concert 698 izlenme - 3 yıl önce "Beautiful Mozart Music Concerto" Live Concert Performance of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Classical Concerto in C Major for Flute and Harp K 299 3rd Movement Rondo Allegro, at the historic Tabernacle concert hall of the "Mormon Tabernacle Choir" and "Music and the Spoken Word". Performance solo artists Jeannine Goeckeritz, Flute and Tamara Oswald, Harp, perform with the Orchestra at Temple Square under the direction of Igor Gruppman. http://www.harpandflute.com. 3K.299 W.A. Mozart - Concerto per arpa e flauto, K.299 -- Rondo Allegro Background The Concerto for Flute, Harp, and Orchestra in C major, K. 299 is a piece by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart for flute, harp, and orchestra. It is one of only two true double concertos that he wrote, as well as the only piece of music that Mozart wrote that contains the harp. The piece is one of the most popular such concerti in the repertoire, as well as often being found on recordings dedicated otherwise to either one of its featured instruments. I. Allegro The orchestra states both themes. The first is immediately present, and the second is introduced by the horn. Both themes fall under the conventional sonata form. The soli then re-work the already present themes. II. Andantino The short phrases in this movement are introduced by the strings, and become lyrically extended. This further develops into variations on the theme. The cadenza in this movement leads to a coda, where the orchestra and soli focus on the lyrical theme. III. Rondeau -- Allegro The harmonic form is: A--B--C--D--C--B--{cadenza}--A(coda). Some music theorists feel that this is actually more of an arch than a typical rondo form, because music from the A section is still audible in the C and D sections. Editions and recordings In addition to the numerous cadenzas performers have to choose from, multiple editions of this piece also exist. One such example is by the famous harpist, arranger, and composer Carlos Salzedo. He edits fingerings in the first movement, re-writes trills to make the music easier on the performer in the second movement, and divides most of the right hand part between two hands in the third movement. Many recordings of this piece are available. James Galway, Patrick Gallois Jean Pierre Rampla and Jeannine Goeckeritz are famous flautists who has performed and recorded this piece. Many famous harpists such as: Fritz Helmis, Marisa Robles, Fabrice Pierre, Ann Hobson Pilot and Tamara Oswald have also performed this work. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Concerto for Flute and Harp in C Major, K. 299 (Rondo Allegro) "Concerto for Flute and Harp in C Major, K. 299 (Rondo Allegro)" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791).
W.A. Mozart Music Concerto Flute and Harp K 299 - 2nd Movement - Beautiful Live Classical Concert 09:52
W.A. Mozart Music Concerto Flute and Harp K 299 - 2nd Movement - Beautiful Live Classical Concert 584 izlenme - 3 yıl önce "Beautiful Mozart Music Concerto" Live Concert Performance of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Classical Concerto in C Major for Flute and Harp K 299 2nd Movement Andantino, at the historic Tabernacle concert hall of the "Mormon Tabernacle Choir" and "Music and the Spoken Word". Performance solo artists Jeannine Goeckeritz, Flute and Tamara Oswald, Harp, perform with the Orchestra at Temple Square under the direction of Igor Gruppman. http://www.harpandflute.com k.299 2 W.A. Mozart - Concerto per arpa e flauto, K.299 -- Andantino Background The Concerto for Flute, Harp, and Orchestra in C major, K. 299 is a piece by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart for flute, harp, and orchestra. It is one of only two true double concertos that he wrote, as well as the only piece of music that Mozart wrote that contains the harp. The piece is one of the most popular such concerti in the repertoire, as well as often being found on recordings dedicated otherwise to either one of its featured instruments. I. Allegro The orchestra states both themes. The first is immediately present, and the second is introduced by the horn. Both themes fall under the conventional sonata form. The soli then re-work the already present themes. II. Andantino The short phrases in this movement are introduced by the strings, and become lyrically extended. This further develops into variations on the theme. The cadenza in this movement leads to a coda, where the orchestra and soli focus on the lyrical theme. III. Rondeau -- Allegro The harmonic form is: A--B--C--D--C--B--{cadenza}--A(coda). Some music theorists feel that this is actually more of an arch than a typical rondo form, because music from the A section is still audible in the C and D sections. Editions and recordings In addition to the numerous cadenzas performers have to choose from, multiple editions of this piece also exist. One such example is by the famous harpist, arranger, and composer Carlos Salzedo. He edits fingerings in the first movement, re-writes trills to make the music easier on the performer in the second movement, and divides most of the right hand part between two hands in the third movement. Many recordings of this piece are available. James Galway, Patrick Gallois Jean Pierre Rampla and Jeannine Goeckeritz are famous flautists who has performed and recorded this piece. Many famous harpists such as: Fritz Helmis, Marisa Robles, Fabrice Pierre, Ann Hobson Pilot and Tamara Oswald have also performed this work. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Concerto for Flute and Harp in C Major, K. 299 (Andantino) "Concerto for Flute and Harp in C Major, K. 299 (Andantino)" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791).
W.A. Mozart Music Concerto Flute and Harp K 299 - 1st Movement - Beautiful Live Classical Concert 10:13
W.A. Mozart Music Concerto Flute and Harp K 299 - 1st Movement - Beautiful Live Classical Concert 317 izlenme - 3 yıl önce "Beautiful Mozart Music Concerto" Live Concert Performance of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Classical Concerto in C Major for Flute and Harp K.299 Allegro 1st Movement at the historic Tabernacle concert hall of the "Mormon Tabernacle Choir" and "Music and the Spoken Word". Salt Lake City, Utah. Jeannine Goeckeritz, Flute and Tamara Oswald, Harp, perform with the Orchestra at Temple Square under the direction of Igor Gruppman. http://www.harpandflute.com. K.299 W.A. Mozart - Concerto per arpa e flauto, K.299 -- Allegro Background The Concerto for Flute, Harp, and Orchestra in C major, K. 299 is a piece by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart for flute, harp, and orchestra. It is one of only two true double concertos that he wrote, as well as the only piece of music that Mozart wrote that contains the harp. The piece is one of the most popular such concerti in the repertoire, as well as often being found on recordings dedicated otherwise to either one of its featured instruments. I. Allegro The orchestra states both themes. The first is immediately present, and the second is introduced by the horn. Both themes fall under the conventional sonata form. The soli then re-work the already present themes. II. Andantino The short phrases in this movement are introduced by the strings, and become lyrically extended. This further develops into variations on the theme. The cadenza in this movement leads to a coda, where the orchestra and soli focus on the lyrical theme. III. Rondeau -- Allegro The harmonic form is: A--B--C--D--C--B--{cadenza}--A(coda). Some music theorists feel that this is actually more of an arch than a typical rondo form, because music from the A section is still audible in the C and D sections. Editions and recordings In addition to the numerous cadenzas performers have to choose from, multiple editions of this piece also exist. One such example is by the famous harpist, arranger, and composer Carlos Salzedo. He edits fingerings in the first movement, re-writes trills to make the music easier on the performer in the second movement, and divides most of the right hand part between two hands in the third movement. Many recordings of this piece are available. James Galway, Patrick Gallois Jean Pierre Rampla and Jeannine Goeckeritz are famous flautists who has performed and recorded this piece. Many famous harpists such as: Fritz Helmis, Marisa Robles, Fabrice Pierre, Ann Hobson Pilot and Tamara Oswald have also performed this work. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Concerto for Flute and Harp in C Major, K. 299 (Allegro) "Concerto for Flute and Harp in C Major, K. 299 (Allegro)" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791).