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3rd Movemet - Scherzo: Allegro - Various - A Treasury Of Classical Masterpieces Vol. 2 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. The third movement is a moderately paced Scherzo whose allegro marking is modified by the Italian word 'comodo' ('comfortable'). It has a gentle swinging motion put forth partly by another Nielsen fingerprint, slow alternations of intervals of the third or fourth/5(4).
  2. CD(4) THE ART OF DIMITRI MITROPOULOS VOL 2 OF 2: BROADCAST PERFORMANCES, CD 1: MAHLER: Symphony No. 6 in A minor "Tragic", Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra on April 10, (Carnegie Hall) ().
  3. The score stands perfectly poised between classical and pop. Its four movements take the form of dances: rhumba, tango, guaracha, and conga corresponding to opening allegro, slow movement, scherzo, and allegro finale. Each movement is both recognizably its dance and an extremely sophisticated concert work.
  4. Schubert left piano sketches (with some orchestral notations) of only 3 movements, and it's unclear whether he intended the last movement to be a combined scherzo-finale (it's a sonata-rondo) or planned to add another movement. This movement is unusual in that it uses more counterpoint than any of his other orchestral works/5(45).
  5. Symphonies 19 20 & 37 2 copies; The Best of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 2 copies; Complete Works, Volume 7 (Sacred Works), Disk 17 2 copies; Rondo in D minor KV 2 copies, 1 review; Flute Concerto in D Major, K. Classical Play-Along Volume 1 (Hal 2 copies; Die Entführung aus dem Serail: Sonntag, Mai Uhr 2 copies.
  6. For violin and piano there are three sonatas, Opp 78, and , with a separate Scherzo movement for a collaborative sonata he wrote with Schumann and Dietrich for their friend Joachim. For cello and piano he wrote two fine sonatas: Opp 38 and
  7. True, this performance is faster than what we are used to although, curiously, the second movement follows what Koussevitzky did in his 2 traversals. While the first and second are indeed fast, Toscanini maintains the flow of sound, flexibly dealing with the various solos which go in 5/5(5).

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