Liszt - La Campanella (100,000 special)film
Completed in , the concerto premiered in its entirety the following year at La Scala , in Milan , with the composer himself as soloist. The vibrant rondo La campanella —with its flashy finger work, numerous double-stops bowing more than one string at once , and constantly bouncing bow—was such a crowd pleaser that Paganini often chose to perform it, too, as a stand-alone showpiece, detached from the multi-movement concerto context. Other composers and arrangers followed suit, and by the 21st century La campanella had become a popular display piece across the classical music repertoire , with transcriptions available for solo instruments such as guitar , flute , and alto saxophone as well as for instrumental ensembles such as concert band. La campanella. Article Media. Info Print Cite. Submit Feedback.
La Campanella is one of the most popular and characteristic of Franz Liszt 's huge output of showy piano etudes. As is often the case, it exists in more than one form and is also a setting of music by an earlier composer. Paganini virtually invented the persona of the touring virtuoso, drawing huge audiences and commanding stellar fees on the basis of his star power. He drew unprecedented technical effects from the violin, often achieved by specially tuning the strings to notes other than standard, allowing himself to create unusual double stops and to allow the violin to ring in resonance on unexpected notes. Liszt similarly built his public performances around a carefully constructed stage persona and an ability to stun the audience with brand-new feats of virtuosity, some taking advantage of technical advances incorporated in newer pianos. He could unleash torrents of chords and whispering or chiming sounds that were new to music altogether, and in general play the part of the creative artist, the new hero of Romantic literature and music. It is number S.
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Franz Liszt: La Campanella
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Etude in G? Minor, “La Campanella” S. 141/3
This virtuosic piece, commonly known as one of the most difficult in piano repertoire, was written by Franz Liszt in It is based on the last movement of Paganini's second violin concerto. Liszt was a great fan of Paganini and after hearing one of his performances decided to become the equivalent of Paganini on the piano. He took six of Paganini's original compositions and transformed them into virtuosic etudes for piano, of which "La Campanella" is third in the set of six and is sometimes referred to as No. Maurice Hinson.
It is in the key of G-sharp minor. This is portrayed by the top note jumps that need to be played within the timeframe of a 16th note. The largest intervals reached by the right hand are fifteenths two octaves and sixteenths two octaves and a second. Sixteenth notes are played between the two notes, and the same note is played two octaves or two octaves and a second higher with no rest. Little time is provided for the pianist to move the hand, thus forcing the pianist to avoid tension within the muscles. However, the left hand studies about four extremely large intervals, larger than those in the right hand. For example, in bar , the left hand makes a sixteenth-note jump of just a half-step below three octaves.
La Campanella (Grandes Etudes de Paganini No. 3) - Franz Liszt [Piano Tutorial] (Synthesia)