The Concerto - Classical Music

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  • 1. The concerto By : Álvaro Rodríguez Sergio Rodríguez Israel Garza
  • 2. Index
    • History –Barroque –Classical
    • Characteristics
    • Types of concertos
    • Videos
    • Questions
  • 3. History -Barroque
    • Starting from a form called Concerto grosso, it evolved into the form we understand today as a soloist with against an orchestra
    • The baroque concert was mainly for a string instrument violin, viola, cello
  • 4. History -Classical
    • Johann Sebastian Bach was one of the important authors, are perhaps the best links between those of the Baroque period and those of Mozart.
  • 5. Characteristics
    • It combines the soloist's virtuosity and interpretive abilities with the orchestra's wide range of tone colour and dynamics
    • soloist and orchestra are equally important
  • 6. Types of concertos
    • Violin concertos
    • Cello concertos
    • Piano concertos
  • 7. Violin
    • The wind instruments state the lyrical second subject over a low pedal G on the violin – certainly an innovation. The cadenza, placed at the start of the recapitulation, is fully written out and integrated into the structure
  • 8. Cello
    • The instrument was also popular with composers of the Franco-Belgian tradition: Saint-Saëns and Vieuxtemps wrote two cello concertos contribution to the genre is a series of Variations on a Rococo Theme
  • 9. Videos
  • 10.  
  • 11. The end