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He has played in various festivals including the Venice Biennale for the exhibition and installation of the New Zealand pavilion, "Lamezia Festival" and , "Pianino Festival" Mallorca , "Maggiociondolo Festival" Alessandria as well as performances in New Zealand as a soloist or with the Piano Quartet. At the end of he performed Rachmaninoff Concerto n.
The recording of that performance lead to the creation of a bio-documentary "Crossing Rachmaninoff" which premiered at the NZ International Film Festival in and then was shown in the USA, China and Europe the following year with great feedback. Currently he is undertaking a Doctorate through the Waikato University and is the Director of L'Accademia in St Heliers under the St Heliers Community Centre where he teaches, organizes concerts, masterclasses and leads a busy activity between the local and the musical community.
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Helen Bevin. Sarah Spence. These are written in a form that became established as standard both for Haydn and for other composers.
Clearly composed as sets, these quartets feature a four-movement layout with more broadly conceived, moderately paced first movements and, in increasing measure, a democratic and conversational interplay of parts, close-knit thematic development, and skilful though often self-effacing use of counterpoint. The convincing realizations of the progressive aims of the Op. Certainly they offered to their own time state-of-the art models to follow for the best part of a decade; the teenage Mozart, in his early quartets, was among the composers moved to imitate many of their characteristics, right down to the vital fugues with which Haydn sought to bring greater architectural weight to the finales of nos.
After Op. This may be partly because the palette of sound is more restricted than with orchestral music, forcing the music to stand more on its own rather than relying on tonal color; or from the inherently contrapuntal tendency in music written for four equal instruments. Beethoven in particular is credited with developing the genre in an experimental and dynamic fashion, especially in his later series of quartets written in the s up until his death.
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Of the late quartets, Beethoven cited his own favorite as Op. After the Second World War, some composers, such as Pierre Boulez and Olivier Messiaen questioned the relevance of the string quartet and avoided writing them. However, from the s onwards, many composers have shown a renewed interest in the genre.
A composition for four players of stringed instruments may be in any form. Quartets written in the classical period usually have four movements with a large-scale structure similar to that of a symphony:.
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Many other chamber groups can be seen as modifications of the string quartet: the string quintet is a string quartet with an extra [ clarification needed ] viola, cello or double bass. Boccherini wrote a few quintets for string quartet with a double bass included as the fifth instrument. The string trio has one violin, a viola, and a cello; the piano quintet is a string quartet with an added piano; the piano quartet is a string quartet with one of the violins replaced by a piano; and the clarinet quintet is a string quartet with an added clarinet, such as those by Mozart and Brahms.
Brahms also wrote a pair of String sextets.
Further expansions have also been produced such as the String octet by Mendelssohn. Whereas individual string players often group together to make ad hoc string quartets, others continue to play together for many years in ensembles which may be named after the first violinist e. Established quartets may undergo changes in membership whilst retaining their original name. Jurgenson Score, 10 pages. Plate a. Plate b. Plate M. Duration 29 minutes Composer Time Period Comp.
The Andante cantabile was arranged for cello and string orchestra by Tchaikovsky, Quartets ; For 2 violins, viola, cello ; Scores featuring the violin ; Scores featuring the viola ; Scores featuring the cello ; For 4 players ; For piano 4 hands arr ; Scores featuring the piano ; Scores featuring the piano 4 hands ; For 2 players ; For cello, strings arr ; For strings with soloists ; Scores featuring string ensemble ; For 5 instruments arr ; Scores with open instrumentation ; For 5 players ; For 4 saxophones arr ; Scores featuring the saxophone ; For horn, cornet, 2 euphoniums arr ; Scores featuring the horn ; Scores featuring the cornet ; Scores featuring the euphonium ; For flute, piano arr ; Scores featuring the flute ; For violin, piano arr ; For viola, piano arr ; For cello, piano arr ; For double bass, piano arr ; Scores featuring the double bass ; For organ arr ; For 1 player ; Scores featuring the organ ; For piano arr.
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