Fenrijind In this movement the performer should add harmonic texture to the score which bafh only furnished with a figured bass and sporadic melody. Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3. Capriccios ; For keyboard ; Scores featuring keyboard soloists ; For 1 player ; For 2 recorders arr ; For 2 players ; Scores featuring the recorder ; For 3 recorders arr ; For 3 players ; For 4 recorders arr ; For 4 players ; For piano arr ; Scores featuring bbach piano ; For piano right hand arr ; Scores featuring the piano right hand. The resulting amplitude of sound is much less bwch classical harpsichords, For example the Flemish harpsichord presented hach this site is a loud harpsichord. Work Title Capriccio sopra la lontananza del suo fratello dilettissimo Alt ernative. The model for this piece however would have been Johann Kuhnau who wrote six sonatas written on Biblical narratives, with literal descriptive figures.
|Country:||United Arab Emirates|
|Published (Last):||16 January 2015|
|PDF File Size:||12.51 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||14.85 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Allegro poco: Aria of the postilion VI. The piece was written while Bach was still a teenager. At that time he was already an orphan and was expected to earn a living. The model for this piece however would have been Johann Kuhnau who wrote six sonatas written on Biblical narratives, with literal descriptive figures. The six movements of the piece outline the story: in the first, a tender, repeated pleading figure paints a picture of the friends gathering to try and persuade him not to leave.
The large number of cadences in the home key of B-flat Major, suggest a reluctance to let go. In the second movement, his friends warn him of the dangers that may befall him. The key has abruptly shifted to g minor and this highly ornamented Fugue loses itself in remote keys with astonishing speed. The theme entrances keep piling up till the sudden end. A seemingly repeated bass line gives the impression of a Passacaglia.
In this movement the performer should add harmonic texture to the score which is only furnished with a figured bass and sporadic melody. The key is f minor. The fourth movement, which is also the shortest in the cycle, offers the turning point. The friends now bid a joyous farewell and the mood changes from melancholy to gaiety. In the fifth movement the postal carriage arrives blowing its horn. This is enunciated in the music by a downward leaping octave figure.
Then comes the last and most elaborate movement-the Fugue in Imitation of the Postilion. Now that everyone has left and the composer is alone, he is writing what is the only thoroughly worked out piece in the whole Capriccio-a Double Fugue. Bach takes the horn call from the previous movement and turns it into the countersubject for a trumpet-like main theme. However it comes with such regularity and independence that we can regard it as another theme.
A third counterpoint is added and grows together with the two other themes. The three musical ideas reach a climactic point when it seems like an entire orchestra is now in full swing, and we hear the horn calls coming from all sides. The piece then ends triumphantly in its home key of B-flat Major.
Classical Music | Piano Music
BACH J.S. CAPRICCIO SOPRA LA LONTANANZA PIANO
Capriccio B-Dur (Bach)
Capriccio sopra la lontananza del fratello dilettissimo in si bemolle maggiore, BWV 992