By Johann Sebastian Bach & Abel Carlevaro
A method research and interpretation of J. S. Bach s Chaconne (BWV 1004) offered by means of the phenomenal virtuoso, composer and instructor, Abel Carlevaro. The transcription is predicated at the unique ranking for violin and has been tailored for guitar protecting the unique kind and spirit. Contents contain sections on normal concerns, Mechanical elements, The track ranking of the Chaconne, The Manuscript of the Chaconne and word list of Technical phrases.
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Still, the material is too tempting to leave aside, especially when Shostakovich refers to his earliest musical memories. “Until I started to play the piano,” he says, “I had no desire to learn, although I did show a certain interest in music. ” So at the heart of one of his crucial childhood memories lies the music of a string quartet. In the pre-revolutionary Russia into which Shostakovich was born and to which this memory dated back, the amateur performance of string quartets at home would have been an accepted feature of life in certain bourgeois households, just as it was in Europe.
But it was never exactly the same voice that it had been before. ” he reportedly said to Flora Litvinova during their last conversation, a few years before his death. “Yes, almost certainly. No doubt the line that I was pursuing when I wrote the Fourth Symphony would have been stronger and sharper in my work. ” But it was, in fact, the “pure music” of the quartets that ultimately emerged from this forge of repression. And in typical Shostakovich fashion, it was the experience of success, rather than the experience of failure, that made him realize how severely he had been repressed.
But, you know, it’s hard to compose well. ” That is to say, at the age of thirty-one he had purposely returned himself to a condition of not knowing how—a condition alien to him since at least his late teens—by choosing a medium that was unfamiliar to him. He was looking for a clean slate, but if he was to achieve this radical renewal, he couldn’t make things easy on himself: “After all, the quartet is one of the most difficult musical genres,” he noted at the time. And if the bare, revealing string quartet was difficult in itself, Shostakovich used it in a way that offered even less room than usual for the composer to hide his faults.