Myslivecek - Cello Concerto C-dur

Myslivecek - Cello Concerto C-dur


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Myslivecek's Cello Concerto in C-dur is an arrangement of a violin concerto. It is scored for two oboes, two horns, and strings. The 1st movement follows sonata form in its modulation from C major to the relative G major and back. The themes are characterized by syncopation and several touches of chromaticism — that recall melodic lines from some of Mozart's arias. Also, the movement often features a contrasting triplet rhythmic pattern. The solo part is virtuosic. The music is highlighted by a solo cadenza. Grave, has the soloist accompanied by strings. Alternately plaintive and intense, it emphasizes the chromaticism that was occasionally heard in the Allegro. The ending is quiet. Tempo di minuetto proceeds in the manner of a rondo. The virtuosic solo part is often placed in a very high range, giving the work special brilliance as it moves toward its close.



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Instrument part: 11 pages. 6111 K

 

Piano part: 27 pages. 13862 K

 

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Josef Mysliveček was a Czech composer who contributed to the formation of late 18th-century classicism in music. He was close to the Mozart family, and there are frequent references to him in the Mozart correspondence. Mysliveček's instrumental music includes divertimenti, sonatas, symphonies, etc. Cello Concerto in C major preserved in an undated manuscript in the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Vienna, an arrangement of a violin concerto preserved in Weimar. Myslivecek was an important figure in the development of the early symphony as well, composing more than 50 works in the genre, though several are known lost. While many Myslivecek compositions, mostly symphonies and concertos, have been revived since about 2000. The first thematic catalog of Myslivecek's work did not appear until 1999.
 
 
     
 
 
 
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