Bernhard Heinrich Romberg (November 13, – August 13, ), was a German cellist 1 in B-flat Major, for cello and orchestra; Opus 3, Grand Concerto No. Opus 14, Airs Russes for cello and orchestra; Opus 17, Flute concerto in B minor (Also published as opus 30); Opus 18, Variations et Rondo in E-flat Major for. Buy Concerto for Flute Op. Score () by ROMBERG, B at Orchestra Sheet Music. Romberg, Bernhard Heinrich. Ed. John WionPublished by. Get this from a library! Concerto for flute and orchestra, opus [Bernhard Romberg; John Wion; Elaine Baker, (Pianist)].
Retrieved from ” https: The opening theme A is a folk-like melody over a pesante orchestral accompaniment. Please enter your name.
The third movement, a Rondo Allegrettois a delight and a dazzling display of technical prowess for the solo flute. It is his Op. You already recently rated this item. Retrieved February 1, This work is a good example of the transition in this berhnard from the solo-orchestra alteration of new material and familiar themes to the concerto as a vehicle to showcase the prowess of a polished performer with the orchestra for support.
Clearly, Romberg decided to write a concerto of some substance of length as well as virtuosity.
fluhe Your rating has been recorded. A return to duple grouping provides the transition to the return of the A theme. The A theme remains primarily in the upper range of the instrument while the B theme is more expansive in range as well as more varied in rhythm.
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The section then develops further to a display of scale and arpeggio patterns across a variety of rhythmic groupings. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item You may have already requested this item. For performance material contact Peters, Leipzig. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete fulte items. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours.
Together with his cousin, he later joined the court orchestra of the Prince Elector Archbishop of Cologne in Bonn conducted by the Kapellmeister Andrea Luchesi inwhere they met the young Beethoven.
Subjects Concertos Flute — Solo with piano. Until his time, it was common to use many clefs for multiple uses – the 18th century cellist-composer Luigi Boccherini used as many as six clefs in his compositions. This faster tempo enables a final display of virtuosity for the flutist and brings to close a concerto that is more than worthy of a place alongside the major works for the flute. rombreg
Write a review Rate this item: He clearly understood some of the idiomatic requirements of wind writing. This is not surprising as the concerto was written as the improvised cadenza was being phased out in favor of composer-conceived cadenzas or none at all.
Romberg was born in Dinklage. In the Flute Concerto he illustrates familiarity with the newly emerging virtuoso writing for violin, possibly due to the direction of one of his teachers, and winds, likely due to the influence of his brothers Anton, a bassoonist and Gerhard, a clarinetist.
He first performed in public at the age of seven. Concerto for Flute and Orchestra in B minor, Op. The second movement, marked Andante grazioso, is a lyrical, expressive work, which as in the first movement, exploits almost the entire range of the instrument.
As compared with the overall duple groups in the A theme, the B section theme contrasts with an exploration of triplet rhythms in sixteenth notes, allowing for longer chromatic scales.
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