Khachaturian, Aram. Flute Concerto (Violin Concerto transcribed by Jean-Pierre Rampal). (, transcr. ). transcribed for flute and orchestra. Duration: 35′. Khachaturian, Aram: Flute Concerto (Violin Concerto transcribed by Jean-Pierre Rampal) (, transcr. ) 35′. transcribed for flute and orchestra. Khachaturian composed concertos for piano, for violin and for cello, but none for the flute; the work performed in the present concerts is a transcription of his.
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The development, an especially dramatic section, begins and ends with cadenzas.
Ibert; Khachaturian Flute Concertos
Rampal’s version of the Khachaturian Concerto, with the composer’s imprimatur, has by now established itself in the repertory of grateful flutists everywhere. Aram Khachaturian ‘s violin concerto is a violin concerto in three movements composed in This is an antidote to the generalized playing one hears from most of today’s orchestras, most of the time.
Violin concertos compositions Concerto stubs. James Galway has not only made his own transcription of the Khachaturian Violin Concerto, but has similarly transcribed Samuel Barber’s Violin Concerto. Zinman is an understanding conductor, and if the orchestra’s sound is not quite right for these concertos, at least it’s never run of the mill.
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Jean-Pierre Rampal, in common with countless listeners everywhere, immensely enjoyed Aram Khachaturian’s colorful music for the ballet Gayaneh and his two big concertos–one for piano, one for violin–which, like the ballet music, became enormously popular in the years following World War II.
Unsourced material may be khachatugian and removed. Flute Concerto Jacques Ibert: Rampal left the orchestral material virtually untouched, but in addition to transcribing the solo part for the flute he composed a new and of course idiomatic cadenza for the first movement. Skip to main content. This article needs additional or more specific categories.
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The first one is brief and is doncerto on the flute essentially as Khachaturian composed it for the violin; the second begins with a little dialogue between flute and clarinet, and from that point on it is original material by Rampal, as idiomatic to glute flute as the composer’s own cadenza is to the violin.
Rampal, in making this transcription, and Khachaturian, in suggesting it, were following an old and honored tradition, established in the Baroque era, in which the violin and the flute have been used interchangeably in many works in both the orchestral and chamber-music repertories. Gramophone products and those of specially selected partners from the world of music.
When the majority of flute concertos are lightweight, it is not surprising that leading flautists are keen to expand the repertory, adapting more ambitious works.
This article about a concerto is a stub. James Galway in his RCA version brings out a jaunty penny-whistle quality, where Pahud relates this movement more clearly to the rest of the concerto.
Home News Contacts Copyright. One way of interpreting it is for the flute to mimic the violin; Rampal, to a certain degree, did that when he played and recorded this work. Please help out by adding categories to it so that it can be listed with similar articles.
Violin Concerto (Khachaturian)
In its original version, this concerto sometimes seems a little coarse and obvious, but in Pahud’s hands, that accusation can’t be made. This is unmistakably a work flyte for the flute, and unimaginable on any other instrument.
The music is all charm and very little muscle.
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The form is a free-flowing rondo, with an unexpectedly impassioned middle section breaking the deep calm and returning even more forcefully before the movement ends. Ibert; Khachaturian Flute Concertos Some dazzling playing by a top-flight flautist makes this an ear-tickling disc View record and artist details Record and Artist Details.
The engineer could have warmed up the sound a little. The accompaniments have plenty of personality. Khachaturian composed concertos for piano, for violin and for cello, but none for the flute; the work performed in the present concerts is a transcription of his Violin Concerto composed inby the celebrated flutist Jean-Pierre Rampal born January 7,Marseilles; died May 20,Pariswho introduced this version in the Toledo Philharmonic Orchestra under Serge Fournier on November 3 and 4,