|“Violin Concerto in D Major, Op 77″|
In this first chapter and session, you will study the cadence and phrasing of the first movement. Discover how to time and how to phrase.
Study the ornament and tempo: the strings of the orchestra playing, accompagnement of melody…
Analyze the high point and top note. Discover the rubato.
Pay attention to the breath and the color of the piece.
Study the legato and the bow changing to gain harmony.
Master the chord and string crossing and the technique of subito piano.
Second theme: expressive
Anaylse the melody line which seems energetic and dramatist.
|“Symphony No.1 in C minor”|
Notice the interaction and dialogue with solo horn.
See how it is intensified with the bow.
|“Symphony No.4 in E minor, Op.98”|
Pay attention to the intonation of the shifting as well as the stability of all articulations.
Analyze the accent of the half note and the fast movement of the bow.
Johann Sebastian Bach
|“St Matthew Passion, BWV 244”|
Study this religious and beautiful classical piece composed by Bach. Notice the emotion, the harmony and the style.
|“A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, Violin Concerto|
Pay attention to the accent and crescendo.
Analyze the closing segment which is played in pianissimo: it gives a fairy and smooth aspect to the end of the piece.