Concerto

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Concerto

  1. 1. Concerto Kristina Kuznetsova, 751
  2. 2. Concerto pl. Concerti or concertos From Italian – “agreement” From Latin – “contesting” Three movements : fast-slow-fast Participants: soloist and the orchestra
  3. 3. Concerto in Baroque epoch Concerto grosso- is a form of baroque music in which the musical material is passed between a small group of soloists (the concertino) and full orchestra (the concerto grosso).
  4. 4. Baroque Concerto Composers
  5. 5. String instruments Wind instruments Trumpet OboeViolin Viola Horn Flute Cello Harp
  6. 6. Keyboard Concertos Harpsichord
  7. 7. Cello Concertos
  8. 8. Mozart Concertos
  9. 9. First MovementSonata Second Movement Slow sonata or variation Third Movement Rondo or variation
  10. 10. Baroque Era XX centuryBrahms- Shostakovich-”Concerto” “Piano Concerto”

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