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If this introduction is done properly, the solo entrance will be incredibly satisfying. Play the extroverted solo violin entry with utter confidence. The rhythm must also sit back for the triplets in bar 78 and the runs in bar 90, which are often rushed. I tend to think in terms of long musical lines, but each bar here is its own entity, as shown by the orchestra hairpins. Bruch marks the soloist fortissimo until the tutti in bar Take this with a pinch of salt: one should always pay attention to harmony changes and decide how they affect the mood.
In bar 27, for example, I use a faster, softer bow; coming down in dynamic allows a larger, more effective crescendo to the tutti. Series of sforzandos usually suggest a crescendo, with each one stronger than the last Beethoven does this a lot — as in bars 34— Direction is important! Music is almost always going to or coming from somewhere. Again Bruch marks fortissimo from bars 40 to 58, but there is room for dynamic nuance: in bar 45 the harmony changes again and I use a lighter, more questioning character; I drop in bar 54 to allow for another exciting crescendo.
In bar a surprise B—E sharp plunge by the soloist takes us down a new path. Make the orchestra aware that you want to bring this out; maybe even take time into bar , to clarify that this is a significant moment in the structure of the piece. I can never stress it enough: use the underlying harmonies to inform your dynamics and phrasing decisions. From bar Bruch takes us through different keys in fortissimo , but again, every harmony can have a different colour: the F sharp major is strong, the B major sprightly, the E minor different again.
Change bow speed and dynamic each time. We all have our own ideas as to what each harmony means. Many young players learn from the violin part alone. Even if they look at the piano reduction, they may miss instructions that only appear in the orchestra score. One must always consult the score and return to it in order to see what the composer had in mind. If you decide to overrule an instruction in the score — a dynamic or a metronome marking, for example, do it only after a healthy amount of consideration.
We tend to accent bar-lines out of habit.
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Once again Bruch thought he was writing a concerto but he finally settled on the alternative title. The opening Andante con moto is in a loose sonata form: the soloist enters almost at once, with a lyrical theme derived from Nordic folk music; the orchestra introduces the second theme, slightly faster, and the solo violin shares it before taking off with a third theme.
The slower and faster motifs go along hand in hand—there is no dramatic development. The Notturno, based on a lovely melody with a tinge of folk music, creates a dreamlike atmosphere as the solo violin decorates it and elaborates on it. It starts with a chiming figure before the soloist sets off on a vigorous dance, definitely Mediterranean in character although it could as easily be Italian as Spanish.
This attractive work ends unusually with a quiet return to the main theme—and the mood—of its opening. Das zweite Thema des Finales hat eine breitere Anlage und gibt dem Solisten Gelegenheit, sich zu entfalten. Bruch verwandte vergeblich viel Zeit und Energie darauf, den Erfolg des g-Moll-Violinkonzerts zu wiederholen. Joachim gab auch am Der erste Satz, Andante con moto, steht in locker gehandhabter Sonatenhauptsatzform: der Solist setzt fast sofort ein, und zwar mit einem lyrischen Thema, welches von nordischer Volksmusik inspiriert ist.
Die langsameren und schnelleren Motive schreiten Hand in Hand miteinander fort—es findet keine dramatische Zuspitzung statt.
In einer Episode kommen Doppelgriffe vor, aber insgesamt bleibt alles ganz entspannt und ruhig. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Don't show me this message again. Studio Master:. C'est au concerto le plus connu du musicien qu'il s'attaque: le premier en la mineur.