Concerto No. 3 (Conclusion)
Concerto No. 3 in C minor for Piano and Orchestra, Opus LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN BORN: Decem (his baptismal certificate is dated the 17th).Bonn, then an independent electorate DIED: Ma. Vienna. COMPOSED: Ideas for what would become Beethoven’s C minor Piano Concerto began appearing in his sketchbooks as early as , but he didn’t begin composing the .
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Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. Ludwig van Beethoven. At-A-Glance. Composed: whereupon the principal theme is transformed into a fugue whose conclusion would seem to signal the return of C minor. But no, it ascends a semitone to A-flat (an old Haydn trick), and then the piano wanders to E major, which may be far from A-flat but not.
Of all the works in the classical piano repertory, Rachmaninoff's Concerto No. 3 has perhaps one of the most fearsome reputations: it is a work of cruel and unusual technical difficulty, requiring the pianist to play more notes per minute than any other work in the canon. Joseph Hofmann, the virtuoso for whom the work was composed, eschewed all public performances, claiming the work was too.
Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 3 is a complex, epic narrative that moves from a simple opening melody to the triumphant apotheosis at its conclusion. Anecdotes in Essence Message Arts in .
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