The only violin concerto by the great bohemian composer Antonín Dvořák was written in 1879 and cut its place out in the repertoire, especially because of its melodic lines, its folk references, and its sparkly finale
Beethoven’s Egmont Overture remains one of his most popular works. Taking after the Dutch hero depicted in Goethe’s play, Beethoven gives us another musical portray of his political views
The vitality of an Italian piazza and a religious procession: an analysis of the first 2 movements of Mendelssohn’s Symphony n.4
Ominous, sparkling, surprising, and most of all ahead of its own time. Find all of this out through this analysis of this Mozart’s masterpiece
The analysis of the 3rd and 4th movements of Schubert’s charming symphony n.5
The lighthearted and harmonically subtle 5th symphony of Franz Schubert: its first and second movements are the subject of this post.
The last article on Das Lied von der Erde, covering the final two movements of this magnificent Mahler’s Symphony
The journey into Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde continues with the analysis of the 3rd and 4th movements
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