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Third Movement: Allegro Scherzando

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  1. Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor, a classical music Album by The Philadelphia Orchestra / Leopold Stokowski / Sergei Rachmaninoff. Released in on Red Seal (catalog no. DM 58; Shellac 12"). Genres: Concerto, Romanticism. Featured peformers: The Philadelphia Orchestra (orchestra), Leopold Stokowski (conductor), Sergei Rachmaninoff (piano).
  2. Oct 16,  · III. Rondo. Allegro scherzando. Though Beethoven may have composed the finale at the last minute, it nevertheless contains some of his most ingenious ideas. Like most concerto finales of the period, it takes the form of a Rondo, a movement in which a .
  3. Allegro scherzando. The third movement is a seven-part rondo (ABACABA), a traditional third-movement form in classical concerti. The piano states the main theme, which is then repeated by the orchestra. The two B sections (subordinate themes) are in G major and C major respectively.
  4. Figure Nocturne et allegro scherzando, first movement: mm. .. 21 Figure Nocturne et allegro scherzando, first movement: mm. .. 21 Figure Nocturne et allegro scherzando, second movement: mm. .. 21 Figure Nocturne et allegro scherzando, second movement: mm.
  5. Oct 01,  · The motive is normally presented as a descent of a minor third or as the inversion and this occurs twenty-three times throughout the movement. The Allegro Scherzando movement contains virtuosic technical passagework as the primary theme, inserting contrasting lyrical sections supported by syncopated piano chords. The ending of this work is.
  6. Allegro scherzando All three movements performed by Aaron Dunn with the Bucharest College Orchestra. Courtesy of Musopen The third movement is a seven-part sonata rondo (ABACABA), a traditional third-movement form in classical concerti. The piano states the main theme, which is then repeated by the orchestra. The two B sections (subordinate.
  7. Allegro scherzando (Philadelphia Orchestra feat. conductor: Leopold Stokowski) ( recordings) Sergei Rachmaninoff, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski: – Concerto No. 2, in C minor, op. 18 - Third Movement: Allegro Scherzando (Part 1) partial.
  8. The second theme of Allegro scherzando provides the basis for Frank Sinatra's "Full Moon and Empty Arms". And two songs recorded by Sinatra also have roots in the first movement of the concerto: "I Think of You" and "Ever and Forever". The Adagio sostenuto theme appears in Eric Carmen's ballad "All by Myself".
  9. The first performance was in Prague in , with Beethoven himself playing. This piece was Beethoven's third attempt at the genre, following an unpublished piano concerto in Eb major and the Piano Concerto no. 2, published after this one (in ) but composed almost ten years earlier.

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