See Article History Alternative Title: His father, Alexander Grieg, was British consul at Bergen. His mother, Gesine Hagerup, who belonged to a well-established Norwegian family, studied music at Hamburg. From the age of six Grieg received piano lessons from her, and inat the recommendation of the violin virtuoso Ole Bullhe entered the Leipzig Conservatory, where he was influenced by the tradition of Mendelssohn and Schumann.
The repertory since Art songs in German, French, and English The most important German songs Lieder of the 17th century were continuo lieder used for informal entertainment, notable composers being Heinrich Albert and Adam Krieger. The concert aria eventually reached a peak in the late 18th-century works of Mozart and Haydn.
At the same time, three counter-developments pointed toward the future for the German lied: The keyboard part was often fully written out, yet generally subordinate to the voice. Beethoven eventually expanded the role of the accompaniment in his finest songs, including settings of Goethe and Gellert, and the cycle An die ferne Geliebte.
At the head of distinguished 19th-century lied composers stands Schubertwhose masterpieces combine a natural feeling for musical design with an extraordinary sensitivity to the essentials of the text.
More than in number, his lieder encompass a wide range of poets, forms, and moods. His accompaniments are closely linked with the voice through doubling, imitation, or completion of musical ideas. Brahmsmore like Schubert than Schumann, assigned prime importance to the voice but at times sacrificed text declamation for balance in musical phrasing.
Wolf, in sharp contrast to Brahms, gave scrupulous attention to literary details, frequently requiring changes of pace and vocal styles within a single song.
The best songs of Richard Strausslike those of Wolf, combine an expressive vocal line with a rich accompaniment, often in alternative versions for piano or orchestra. Early 20th-century lieder either developed further the possibilities of the orchestral song Mahler, Schoenberg, BergWebernexplored revolutionary techniques in works using chamber ensemble or piano Schoenberg, Webernor merely continued late 19th-century traditions Max RegerJoseph Marx.
Some airs treat serious secular topics. Others, called voix de ville, have jovial texts, which are often set to dance rhythms. Still other airs are settings from the Huguenot Psalter song settings of Psalms. France was nevertheless slow in developing compositions designed only for the solo singer.
In the late 17th and 18th centuries, most vocal writing was for the large forms of opera, cantata, and motet. The piano emphasizes contours of the poem and imparts unity through recurring motives. Among the most colourful song composers of the early 20th century was Ravel.
Of high literary quality, the strophic texts are generally anonymous, except those by the composers themselves. Many ayres resemble dance music, using standard rhythms and symmetrical phrasing. The finest songs place the voice and lute in full partnership.
The ayres of the early 17th century gradually gave way to declamatory songs, usually through-composed, many of which were originally written for masques or the theatre.
In the simplified accompaniment, the complete lute part was eventually replaced by a single basso-continuo line. Late 17th-century continuo songs reached a high point in the works of Purcell. His earliest songs emphasize textual prosody, but his more representative works become brilliant concert pieces.
In the 18th and 19th centuries, many songs continued to reflect the influence of opera and operetta. But more characteristic of the two centuries are less pretentious strophic works, many originating in popular concerts in the London Gardens.
In the late 18th century, the turn toward simplicity resulted in collections of Scottish, Irish, and Welsh folk music ; the Scottish publisher George Thomson commissioned folk-song arrangements from Haydn, Beethoven, and others. Since the late 19th century, England has revived interest in the art song.
Texts are often from the best contemporary poets, as well as from earlier classics.
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Musical styles have drawn on folk-music tradition as well as on later musical idioms. Although the piano remains the principal accompanying instrument, orchestral or chamber-ensemble accompaniments are also prominent. In the United Statessongs composed before the midth century were primarily by amateur musicians, and intended for singing instruction, devotion, or entertainment.An art song is a vocal music composition, usually written for one voice with piano accompaniment, and usually in the classical art music tradition.
By extension, the term "art song" is used to refer to the collective genre of such songs (e.g., the "art song repertoire").
An art song is most often a musical setting of an independent poem or text, "intended for the concert repertory" "as part of.
An art song is a vocal music composition, usually written for one voice with piano accompaniment, and usually in the classical art music tradition. By extension, the term "art song" is used to refer to the collective genre of such songs (e.g., the "art song repertoire").
An art song is most often a musical setting of an independent poem or . "For 18 years we provide a free and legal service for free sheet music. If you use and like caninariojana.com, thank you to consider support donation.
Edvard Grieg, in full Edvard Hagerup Grieg, (born June 15, , Bergen, Nor.—died Sept. 4, , Bergen), composer who was a founder of the Norwegian nationalist school of music.
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