Niccolò Paganini (17821840)

Due Terzetti

para: 2 violines, guitarra

Partitura de piano, partichela del solista

Nº de artículo775728
Autor/CompositorNiccolò Paganini
EditorItalo Vescovo
DificultadMedioAvanzado
Idiomasinglés, italiano
Alcance46 Páginas
Año de lanzamiento2021
Editorial/fabricanteRicordi
N.º del fabricanteNR 14225800
ISMN9790041422589
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Descripción

Nicolò Paganini’s trios for strings and guitar make up a small but significant group of pieces consisting of five works of different lengths, formal structure and difficulty: the Serenata in F major M.S. 115, the Terzetto in A minor M.S. 116, the Serenata in C major M.S. 17, the Terzetto concertante in D major M.S. 114, and the Terzetto in D major M.S. 69. Within this group, the Terzetto M.S. 116 and the Serenata M.S. 116 make up a small diptych for two violins and guitar that can be traced back to Paganini’s juvenile period (1796-1804).

In addition to using the same musical formation, the two pieces also share some compositional features, regarding general formal characteristics as well as the order and the number of movements. Despite their simplicity, the two compositions still have features typical of Paganini’s writing from this period such as their spontaneous cantabilità, the freshness of their musical ideas, pleasant (if perhaps a little naive), and the well-defined sense of form that comes out in these small compositions.

Contenido

  • Serenata M.S. 115
  • Terzetto M.S. 116