It is said that one picture is worth ten thousand words; in the picture above, the body language says it all, really. On one side of a wall in a. The operas of Verdi supplied Liszt with a good many ideas for operatic fantasies, and the Paraphrases de concert on Ernani, Il Trovatore and Rigoletto are. Liszt: Rigoletto (Concert Paraphrase) [Franz Liszt, Ullrich Scheideler] on Amazon. com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Liszt drew on three themes from.
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It is said that one picture is worth ten thousand words; in the picture above, the body language says it all, really. On one side of a wall in a well-lit room is an amorous couple: In the background there is a bridge over a river.
Liszt chose this scene as the basis of his Rigoletto Paraphrase. Hear the original below, with Luciano Pavarotti as Rigoletto:.
Rigoletto: paraphrase de concert (after Verdi), for piano, S. 434 (LW A187)
Instead, Liszt wisely chose the dramatic heart of the opera, involving four characters: A filigree cadenza, almost harp-like in its delicacy, precedes the entry of The Tenor; here is the melody sung by Duke of Mantua, in the rich key of D flat: Lightly strummed chords accompany, as they do in the opera. Arpeggios sweep the length of the keyboard, chromatic arabesques swirl like curlicues, with dazzling, rifoletto nonchalance.
Following the original aria, the texture now changes.
The material is repeated, but now the melody notes are doubled and quadrupled. The piece draws to a close as the voices combine in rich harmonies beneath a chromatic halo.
And finally — a brisk stampede of Lisztian octaves to finish. But WHY did he write the Rigoletto paraphrase? You are commenting using your WordPress. You riyoletto commenting using your Twitter account.
Free sheet music : Liszt, Franz – S – Paraphrase de concert sur Rigoletto (Piano solo)
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Christine Stevenson’s blog about piano pzraphrase, those who lszt it and those who play it. Home About CDs and Downloads. Hear the original below, with Luciano Pavarotti as Rigoletto: Here is Cziffra, and the score —.
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