GLINKA TRIO PATHETIQUE PDF

It may not stand up in philosophical content beside the last quartets of Beethoven nor is it as impeccable musically and creative as the Mozart chamber works but its melodies are so enchanting and its ideas are enjoyable. This trio should not be dismissed as an inconsequential piece of music. No listener who loves lovely melodies for their own sake should permit himself to be deprived of them. The trio is lighthearted and unreservedly romantic. The Russian musician cannot be categorised as dour and gloomy having a penchant for the minor key.

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It may not stand up in philosophical content beside the last quartets of Beethoven nor is it as impeccable musically and creative as the Mozart chamber works but its melodies are so enchanting and its ideas are enjoyable.

This trio should not be dismissed as an inconsequential piece of music. No listener who loves lovely melodies for their own sake should permit himself to be deprived of them.

The trio is lighthearted and unreservedly romantic. The Russian musician cannot be categorised as dour and gloomy having a penchant for the minor key. Glinka was an ardent and open pursuer of women in many lands. Even Tchaikovsky who was a pale and shy person nursed his passions in secret and poured out suppressed longings in his music.

The era of the self-taught impassioneds was at an end. It was to be the era of the professional musician formed in the conservatories of St. Petersburg and Moskva. The friendship of Rimsky Korsakov and Tchaikovsky served as a connecting link between the old era and the new. The Moskva group descended rom Tchaikovsky and were more occidentalised in their tastes. Back to Glinka, he is regarded as the father of Russian music.

His Trio Pathetique in D Minor is an early work that differs greatly from the rest of his production. Glinka took music lessons in St. Petersburg with the colourful Irish teacher composer, John Field whose nocturnes are well known.

Later, he took up theory with Karl Meyer. In , Glinka fell sick and was prescribed change of scene and weather by his doctor. He left for Italy where he kept company with Donizetti and Bellini. He admired Bellini. He worked seriously at composition with Basili, the director of the Milano Conservatory.

It was later transcribed for piano, violin and cello by Johann Hrimaldy. This trio is better known today in this transcription. It was called Trio Pathetique because of the autographed manuscript that said, " I have known love only by the pain it causes.

There is a recall of themes from one movement to the other. It appears like multiple episodes of a single piece. The ideas are beautiful, gracious and easy. Last edited by tahnak; Feb at

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Trio pathétique, for clarinet (or violin), bassoon (or cello) & piano in D minor, G. iv173

His wealthy father had retired as an army captain, and the family had a strong tradition of loyalty and service to the tsars , while several members of his extended family had also developed a lively interest in culture. The only music he heard in his youthful confinement was the sounds of the village church bells and the folk songs of passing peasant choirs. The church bells were tuned to a dissonant chord and so his ears became used to strident harmony. While his nurse would sometimes sing folksongs, the peasant choirs who sang using the podgolosochnaya technique an improvised style — literally under the voice — which uses improvised dissonant harmonies below the melody influenced the way he later felt free to emancipate himself from the smooth progressions of Western harmony. At the age of about ten he heard them play a clarinet quartet by the Finnish composer Bernhard Henrik Crusell.

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