Capitol studio orchestra iii allegro vivace from essay for guitar
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Elmer Bernstein is, without a doubt, a legend in the film music world. But he has also written for the concert world, beginning with his "Woodstock Fair" in , all the way through his latest, "Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra" in Now the recording of that concerto has been released, and it features an exceptional performance by famed guitarist Christopher Parkening, backed by the London Symphony Orchestra. Broken into three parts, the first part "Guitar" is primarily upbeat, and is has energetic bouts, intermingled with sweeping string work, as well as some brass fanfare touches, reminiscent of Bernstein's film work. The second part, "Reflections", is exactly that - reflective. It's a softer, more introspective work that highlights the guitar and allows for plenty of emotions.
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Mozart's Clarinet concerto in A major, K. It consists of the usual three movements, in a fast—slow—fast form: Allegro in A major and in sonata form Adagio in D major and in ternary form Rondo: Allegro in A major and in rondo form It was also one of Mozart's final completed works, and his final purely instrumental work he died less than two months after its October premiere. The concerto is notable for its delicate interplay between soloist and orchestra, and for the lack of overly extroverted display on the part of the soloist no cadenzas are written out in the solo part. The closing rondo has a cheerful refrain, with episodes either echoing this mood or recalling the darker colours of the first movement.