GLINKA TRIO PATHETIQUE PDF

Even so, it is far less well known than similar works in the genre by Tchaikovsky , Rachmaninov , and Arensky. That's probably because, as Denby Richards has suggested, " Glinka 's trio is not so it easily recognisable as a work by the 'Father of Russian music' The work which may be played as a conventional piano trio or with clarinet replacing the violin was composed in At the time, the year-old Glinka was studying composition at the Milan Conservatory, having traveled to Italy in hopes that the warmer weather would ease his chronic chest condition. He came under the influence of Italian opera composers such as Donizetti and Bellini , which in part explains the character of this peculiarly un-Russian sounding work. A note on the autograph score reads "I have known love only through the pain it brings," yet the prevailing mood of the work is genial rather than tragic.

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Even so, it is far less well known than similar works in the genre by Tchaikovsky , Rachmaninov , and Arensky. That's probably because, as Denby Richards has suggested, " Glinka 's trio is not so it easily recognisable as a work by the 'Father of Russian music' The work which may be played as a conventional piano trio or with clarinet replacing the violin was composed in At the time, the year-old Glinka was studying composition at the Milan Conservatory, having traveled to Italy in hopes that the warmer weather would ease his chronic chest condition.

He came under the influence of Italian opera composers such as Donizetti and Bellini , which in part explains the character of this peculiarly un-Russian sounding work. A note on the autograph score reads "I have known love only through the pain it brings," yet the prevailing mood of the work is genial rather than tragic.

The first three movements are intended to be played straight through without a break, and the finale is little more than a brief epilogue which brings a return of material heard previously. The principal thematic idea is presented at the very outset; it is an enervated, unsettled motif which becomes ever more passionate and excitable with each succeeding appearance.

Its restless quality counterpoises a luxuriant second idea, and another memorably beautiful melody given out by the cello in the central trio section of the Scherzo.

Another wistful and elegiac motif comes later, in the penultimate episode of the work, following which all the various thematic blocks are reviewed during the finale and the work reaches a dramatic, even triumphant conclusion. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. Blues Classical Country.

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Trio Pathétique in D minor

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Trio pathétique (Glinka, Mikhail)

Soundbite 2nd Movt. Mikhail Glinka was the first within Russia to create romances, operas and chamber music on based on Russian themes using Russian folk melodies and is commonly regarded as the founder of Russian nationalism in music. His influence on composers such as Rimsky-Korsakov, Borodin and Mussorgsky was considerable. As a child, he had some lessons from the famous Irish virtuoso pianist John Field who was living in Petersburg, but his association with music remained purely amateur, until visits to Europe which began in In both Italy and Germany, he was able to formally study and improve his compositional technique. His music offered a synthesis of Western operatic form with Russian melody, while his instrumental music was a combination of the traditional and the exotic. It was originally for the combination of Clarinet, Bassoon and Piano but Glinka's publisher insisted he also make a version for standard piano trio which he did.

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