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Allegretto Beethoven's Seventh Symphony Organ Transcription

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The Seventh Symphony by Beethoven was composed between 1811 and 1812. This work seems to coincide with the beginning of a new period in the life of the composer. The Allegretto hereby transcribed was composed with a similar structure as the Funeral March’s one. This is a genre Beethoven went through in several works, like for instance the Second Movement of the Heroic Symphony. The circular structure of the movement begins with the presentation of the main theme in minor mode, followed by a Trio in major mode (with the second theme of the movement) ending up in a fugue on the main theme. A new entrée by the trio and a final part, like a mirror of the beginning, lead to the conclusion of the work. This transcription does not require a predetermined choice of stops, but it gives a main idea about the internal dynamics of the work, as the frequent manual changes show. The performer has, as always, the chance to choose solo stops and different manual options.
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Product Details

Publisher
EMF-Collection
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
20
File Format
PDF
File Size
550.82 KB
Product ID
17467990

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