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A formidable visiting card 1, A very important study for both right and left hand and a highly musical. virtuoso piece Caprice 1 ideally combines the two aspects essential to this. particular genre It is in the key of E major and is 76 bars long The time. signature is 2 4 The musical materials are reciprocating arpeggios on four. strings triple sound chords and rapid scales in thirds The demiserniquavers of. the arpeggios give the illusion of a very fast tempo However it is the. harmonic rhythm one change per half bar which gives its walking pace to the. Form and harmony, Caprice 1 can be divided into three sections A b 1 16 B b 16 52 and C b 52. Section A b 1 16 E major Here and there the flow of the reciprocating. arpeggios is punctuated by two ascending serniquavers. N Pegeni ni Ceprice 1, quel primo rnusicalissirno elegante Capriccio in mi maggiore che e un formidabile. biglietto da visita Cantil Alberto I 24 Capried op 1 per violino solo in Incontri con la. Musiea di Paganjni atti del 5eminario di studi a cura dell Istituto di 5tudi Paganiniani. Genoa Comune di Genova 1982, The harmonies are simple clear and resonant The section ends with a. cadence altenating single notes and triple sound chords Paganini uses. subdominant harmony before the cadential six four chord The full. progression reads as follows, Section B b 16 52 is characterised by high virtuosity of harmonic and.
instrumental treatment Starting in E minor it modulates to G major in bar 22. N Pagani ni Caprice 1, The interval of thirteenth b g in the second half of bar 22 has been. deliberately changed to d g in many modem editions probably for facility of. execution However in the original disposition the arpeggio is more resonant. Bar 26 culminates on g the highest note of the piece The triplet scales in. thirds appear for the first time in bar 27, This is followed by an extraordinary sequence which rises chromatically. through all keys from G right through 0 flat The grand pause of bar 44 just. before the resolution of V7 Vlb heightens the dramatic tension. The method of modulation applied in bars 32 43 is known as Paganini s. rosalia 2 The tonic of each degree of the sequence is followed by its parallel. minor This is in turn followed by a VI chord in the tonic minor which is. enharmonically re spelled to become the V chord of the next degree of the. sequence I, 2The term rosalia according to Charles Burney quoted in Grove is derived from the name. of a saint famous for repealing her Pater Noster and telling her beads Upon hearing a. string of repetitions either a note higher or a note lower of the same passage writes Burney. an Italian cries out Ah Santa Rosalial,3Enharmonic re spelling occurs in bars 35 and 39. After the pause of bar 44 the arpeggios recommence piano in D flat major and. move to the parallel minor re spelled as C minor in bar 46 After a fleeting. passage through A major and B major the section cadences on the original. tonic E major at bar 52, Section C b 52 76 two pairs of parallel periods lead to the coda.
52 N Pagani ni Caprice 1,I IV sd by PXB, The progression I IV minor with the resulting reiteration of the flattened. sixth degree signals the approaching conclusion In bar 66 several editors. including Bachmann Becker Berkley Flesch Ghertovici Hertel Kross Polo. Poltronieri von Reuter Schmidtner and Wronski have added a natural in. front of the c This does not exist in the manuscript the first Ricordi edition. or the Massart edition Paris Schonenberger 1851 Nor does it appear in the. Schumann version with piano accompaniment,N P q ni ni C price 1. Piano ace by R Schumann, The change from C to C natural which has roots in Liszt s piano transcription. for piano 3rd version 1851 transforms the original diminished seventh chord. into a German sixth,IV 3 German, The last episode or coda bar 68 76 starts with a winding down of the arpeggios. over a tonic pedal open E string, In bars 72 and 73 Paganini twice embellishes the tonic with the Neapolitan.
The resulting chord could perhaps be analysed as IV6 IV. The arpeggio technique, Remy Principe has compiled a comprehensive list of all the bow strokes utilised. in classical violin playing which is to my knowledge the clearest exposition of. its kind especially as far as terminology is concerned t The traditional term. for the technique utilised by Paganini in Caprice 1 is simply arpeggio it. describes the bouncing of the bow across the four strings as it moves back and. forth Here is given by Carl GOOr a brief description of Paganini s execution of. the arpeggio, He knows how to give great precision and roundness to his arpeggio here he doesn t quite. use the middle of the bow,RELATED WORKS, Several technical devices used by Paganini find their origin in the works of. Pietro Locatelli 1693 1764 To trace and evaluate Locatelli s influence it is only. necessary to compare his own set of capricess with those of Paganini Thus in. the opening bars of Locatelli s seventh caprice the arpeggio movement is. identical in tonality and note values to Paganini s Caprice 1 the chord. progression also is similar,Moderato P Locstelli Ceprtccio N27. 4Principel Remy n Violinoo mao yale di cultura e didattica violoojstica Milan Curci 1951. 5 Grosse Fertigkeit und Rundung weiss er seinern Arpeggio zu geben Er gebraucht hier nicht. ganz die Mitte des Bogens Guhr Karl Dber Paganinis Kunst die Vjoline zu spielen Mainz B. Schott s Sohnen 1829 p ll, 6Locatelli Pietro L Arte de Yiolino 12 Concerti con 24 Capricd ad libitum op S.
Amsterdam Le cene 1733, Locatelli s left hand technique must have been remarkably advanced the. following chord progressions with their unusual finger combinations are. particularly interesting, Even Paganini seldom wrote chords which necessitate such contortion of the. Transcriptions of Caprice 1, Liszt s famous transcription of Caprice 1 had several avatars before its final. version of 1851 which keeps Paganini s text practically intact As Ian Altman. shrewdly remarks, Formally the piece cannotbe improved upon It took Liszt three versions to decide this for. LiS2t Pegeni ni Ar eggio Study,Liszt s own fingerings final version 1851.
This final version was published as N 4 of the Grandes Etudes de Paganini. transcrites pour Ie piano et dediees it Madame Clara Schumann Breitkopf. Hartel 1851 Reuss edition in which three versions of Liszt s transcription. are printed side by side constitutes the ideal tool for comparison. 7See supra Chapter I 4 Paris 1831 Paganini and Liszt. 8Altman Ian Henry Liszt s Grand Etudes after Paganinj a historjcal and analytical study. DMA diss University of Cincinnati 1984 pp 149 S0,CQmpQsitions inspired by Caprice 1. If Schumann did not include Caprice 1 in his Paganini Studies op 3 and 10 he. used reciprocating arpeggios in several of his works for piano including the. third variation Etudes symphooiques Qp 13,R Schum8 n ttude3 Symphonique3. far III U i vace J 6 3, TQ ensure that he wrote appropriately for the violin Mendelssohn when. working Qn his E minor concerto sought the advice of Ferdinand David The. Leipzig concertmaster himself the author of an early edition of the Caprices. was eager to discuss and analyse the various techniques used by Paganini The. famous arpeggio passage at the end of the first movement is clearly linked to. 9Published by Breitkopf Hartel Leipzig c 1843, Among the more recent quotations of Caprice 1 one must mention Salvatore. Sciarrino s Capriccio N 1 1976 a difficult work written almost exclusively in. Finally I would like to bring to attention the musical symbolism related to the. figure of Pierrot via the French pantomime and the Pedrolino of the. Commedia dell Arte used by both Debussy and Schoenberg. Fantasqu t 1e9 IItIlib qUasiclltlefl 8 C Debussy G minor S sts. A Schoenberg P,Fliessend ed by PXB,1111 L II II II II L 11 1.
Caprice 2 is written in two part counterpoint and is 84 bars long The key is B. minor with a time signature of 6 8 Paganini indicates dolce in two instances. bars 1 and 67 srnorzando in bar 49 and piano in bar 51 There are no other. dynamic indications,Form counterpoint and harmony, The piece can be divided into three sections A b 1 34 B b 35 66 and C 67 84. Section A b 1 34 B minor until bar 15 One voice stays level while the other. draws a melancolic chromatically inflected melodic line see caption figure. The chord of the augmented sixth makes a first appearance in bar 8. N Pa9anini Caprice 2,8 II I II I, Paganini employs augmented sixths freely often to great emotional effect. Here the descending figure d c b g e could be defined as a combination of a. French and a German sixth Before the corona the chord reappears in its more. stark Italian version,11 1 01 Caprrce 2,t I I I I I I Ced by PXB. From bar 16 the key changes to D major After an harmonic sequence of very. beautiful effect b 20 24 the two voices change from oblique to parallel motion. over an open string pedal,N Pegeni ni Caprice 2, The widest interval between the two voices in the whole Caprice is reached in. I iLN Pegeni ni Caprtce 2,tJ I I I I r r I, Section B b 35 66 which starts in B minor is highly chromatic in its melodic as.
well as harmonic treatment Constant reference is made to the semitonal. inflection b a b of the opening statement which becomes as it were the idee. fixe of the section,N Pegeni ni Ceprice 2,3 I U II hJ G II II II II I I I. e 1 1 r IIr r I, In bars 51 54 a pair of chromatic scales is formed by the succession of ascending. minor thirds The serniquaver figuration of Chopin s B flat minor Etude said. to be an allusion to the wanderings of Orpheus in the Underworld comes to. N Peg ni ni Ce rice 2,1 I L I h I l,8 F Chopin Wude 6. In the second part of bar 54 the minor thirds start a descent taking the form of. diminished sevenths falling chromatically The change from g to g natural at. the end of bar 58 alters the diminished seventh to a German sixth. N Pegeni ni Caprice 2, From bar 58 to 61 Paganini introduces an episode in double counterpoint over. an implied dominant pedal,N Pagani ni Ceprice 2,double counterpoint.
Section C 67 84 begins dolce with a recapitulation of the theme b 67 70. followed by a graceful harmonic sequence and an arpeggiated German sixth. N Paganini Caprice 2, The minor thirds of bars 51 54 reappear before the conclusion but this time. descending in retrograde motion,78 r N Paganini Caprice 2. 118 l f f IL IL IL, lSchumann s piano accompaniment keeps the f at the bass throughout bars 58 61. The technique Qf the brisure, Caprice 2 requires a skillful handling of the bow Large intervals whose notes. occur on non adjacent strings must be played without allowing the bow to. touch the intermediate strings This technique is often referred to as brisure a. term used by Pierre Baillot in his L Art du ViQIQn The following definition of. the brisure is given by Michel Brenet in his DictiQnnaire Qf 1926 A manner of. performance in violin music which requires a special dexterity in the management of the bow. which must skip from one string to another non neighbouring string 2 tr PXBj Carl Guhr. observed that Paganini executed the brisure in separate strokes as well as in. Heskipsoverstrings with certainty andclarity also in slurred passages for example. 3 lrl PXBj,Transcriptions of Caprice 2, Robert Schumann s transcription of Caprice 2 which appeared in 1835 as N S of.
his 6 Concert Etiiden nach Capricen yon Paganini op IO brings out the more. subtle character of the piece that of a tranquil and introspective barcarolle. R Schumann Concert EtUde nech Pegeni ni N25, 2 Formule d execution dans la musique du violon exigeant une dexterite speciale dans Ie. maniement de l archet qui doit passer d une corde a une autre corde non voisine Brener Michel. DjctionDajre pratique et bistoriqye de la musique Paris A Colin 1926 p 43. 3 Mit Sicherheit und Deutlichkeit uberspringt er in geschliffenen Satzen Saiten Z B. Guhr Karl Dber PaganiDis Kuost Mainz B Schott s S6hnen 1829 p 1l ex lS. To keep the steady flow of the semiquavers undisturbed by jerks of the hand. the transcriber sometimes moves the lower voice up an octave. R Schumann Conce nsch Paganini N 5, Schumann harmonises with great care and feeling remaining both respectful. of Paganini s intentions and true to his own romantic inclinations Thus his. favourite progression IV I I II which he uses with such compelling effect. at the beginning of the Manfred Quvertiire makes an appearance at bars 86 and. R Schumann Ccncert Etlide nach Pagani ni N 5, Although Schumann did not review his own compositions in his journal he. made an exception for his op 10 which he discusses as the work of Paganini. About his Concert EtUde N 5 he wrote, In No 5 transcription of Caprice 2 I intentionally omitted the expression marks leaving. students to find out its heights and depths for themselves This will afford a good opportunity. for testing the scholar s power of comprehension P tr by F Ritter. 4schumann Robert Manfred Oyyertjire op llS b 2 Owing to the key of E flat minor the. progression reads rvg 1141 II 5 It reappears at the end of the overture at bar 1 of the. S ln N 5 UeB ich geflissentlich alle Vortragsbezeichnungen aus damit der Studierende. Hohen und Tiefen sich selbst suche Die Auffassunggskraft des Schillers zu priiien mochte dies. Verfahren sehr geeignet scheinen Schumann Robert Gesa elte Schrjfte tiber Musjk und.

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