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)].
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Citations are based on reference standards. His father, Anton Romberg, played the bassoon and cello and gave Bernhard his first cello lessons.
In the Flute Concerto he illustrates familiarity with the newly emerging virtuoso writing concertl violin, possibly conccerto 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.
Archived from the original on It can brnhard difficult for a flutist to project on the lowest C, especially in the fast passages that follow, indicating the level of ability required for this piece. This page was last edited on 4 Decemberat Romberg does not write an exact re-statement of the Exposition but rather with the entrance of the solo flute moves directly to the lyrical melody of the closing theme of the Exposition.
Retrieved from ” https: Rather than ending the movement with a final re-statement of the A theme, Romberg introduces an extended Coda with a new theme and as a new section marked Allegro non fluts.
After one phrase into the B theme, Romberg once again interrupts with a fermata, although this is followed by composed brief embellishment in foute flute line. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.
He lengthened the cello’s fingerboard and flattened the side under the C string, thus giving it more freedom to vibrate.
A return to duple grouping provides the transition to the return of the A theme. The virtuoso cellist-composers from Conccerto Boccherini to David Popper: Here the performer would be best suited to emphasize the half note rather than the quarter as the phrasing is very broad.
Innovations in cello technique introduced by Romberg include minimizing the then wide variety of clef possibilities to the now standard bass, tenor and treble as well as designing modifications to romber instrument to facilitate technique. 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.
Romberg, Bernhard | Concerto for Flute and Orchestra in B minor, Op. 17
The return of the A theme is not exact at all. Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Add to cart Details. Your request bernhar send this item has been completed. The scoring for strings, two oboes, two horns, two bassoons and timpani are more reflective of the orchestration of Classical-era works, although the presence of the timpani is a more unique addition. Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you.
Cancel Forgot your password? It has been suggested that Romberg’s cello sonata in E minor was a strong influence on the first cello sonata in E minor by Johannes Brahms. Remember me on this computer. No Linguistic Content View all editions and formats.
Concerto for flute and orchestra, opus 17 (Musical score, ) 
The closing theme is in the bernard B minor and adds a sense of pathos, but with a conclusion on D, centering it in the major mode. There is no marking for a cadenza at the end of the movement. Your rating has been recorded. Subjects Bernhrad Flute — Solo with piano. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
The C section theme exploits the sixteenth note dotted rhythms of the A theme for the first expression of the section.
The second movement, marked Andante grazioso, is a concertto, expressive work, which as in the first movement, exploits almost the entire range of the instrument. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Beethoven admired and respected Bernhard Romberg as a musician. The Development concludes with a re-statement of the timpani solo, this time twice as long, followed by the triplet figures on the flute as were laid rromberg in the Exposition.
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