Contrabass part from Concerto No. 1 for flute and strings, Op. 52 - I. Allegro giocoso

page one of the Contrabass part from Concerto No. 1  for flute and strings, Op. 52 - I. Allegro giocoso

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Full details

The 1st flute concerto is modern-classical (i.e. neo-classical, it is more modern than one expects after listening just to the beginning of it) and consists of three movements: a fast one in sonata form - a slow one in arch form - a fast finale in an abbreviated rondo form. The 1st movement contains a cadenza, in the last movement the original cadenza has been deleted in the current version because of not enough matching with the rest of the score, but instead there is just a starting point indicated in the score for in case that the soloist wants to add an improvised cadenza. The performance is a digital performance using Sibelius 4 and Kontakt Gold of the original version of the composition. A score moving video with this performance is on my YouTube-channel.


Duration
5 minutes
Genre
Modern classical music
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