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Chaconne

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  1. chaconne 1. a musical form consisting of a set of continuous variations upon a ground bass 2. Archaic a dance in slow triple time probably originating in Spain Chaconne an old dance. The chaconne originated in the late 16th century and acquired its characteristic stately, majestic quality in the 17th century. It is danced in a slow tempo, in ¾ time. J.
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  3. Chaconne, originally a fiery and suggestive dance that appeared in Spain about and eventually gave its name to a musical form. Miguel de Cervantes, Francisco Gómez de Quevedo, and other contemporary writers imply a Mexican origin. Apparently danced .
  4. Piano solo [Sheet music] Peters for Solo Violin-Busoni's transcription of the Chaconne from Bach's Partita No.2 for Unaccompanied Violin BWV was an early product of the composer's extensive and searching creative preoccupation with the music of his predeces.
  5. This disk is worth the purchase for the ravishing and continually surprising Lutz transcription, which i'd prefer to call "Fantasia on a chaconne by Bach," as the textures, polyphony and chord voicing are so far changed as to carry the piece from the baroque well into something resembling jazz improvisation. it's a remarkable work and throws fascinating light on Bach's esthetic choices at /5(10).
  6. Chaconne, solo instrumental piece that forms the fifth and final movement of the Partita No. 2 in D Minor, BWV , by Johann Sebastian Bach. Written for solo violin, the Chaconne is one of the longest and most challenging entirely solo pieces ever composed for that instrument. Bach’s string.
  7. rows · Chaconne Profile: In Chandos launched its early music label - Chaconne - which set .
  8. The chaconne and passacaglia are nearly synonymous descriptions of a musical form that flourished in the Baroque era. The distinctions between the two terms are debated by musicologists, but for practical purposes the terms essentially refer to the same thing: a repeated bass line, or ground bass, over which the composer constructs an ingenious set of variations, which must both follow the 10/
  9. Jan 18,  · 'Violin Dreams': Chasing Bach's Elusive Chaconne Arnold Steinhardt is the author of Violin Dreams, a memoir about his ultimate challenge: playing Bach's Chaconne, a .

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