Symphony No. 3 in A Minor, Scottish, Op. 56, Movement 1 (Full Score)

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  1. Symphony No.3 in A Minor 'Scottish', Op.56.
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Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix - Instrumentation: Public Domain MP3 "Symphonie 3 a-moll - 1. Write down your comment. You are not connected, choose one of two options to submit your comment: By Bob visitor , 14 Aug at I really like this. Was this review helpful? Mendelssohn was initially inspired to compose this symphony during his first visit to Britain in The chapel below is now roofless.

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Grass and ivy thrive there and at the broken altar where Mary was crowned Queen of Scotland. Everything is ruined, decayed, and the clear heavens pour in. I think I have found there the beginning of my 'Scottish' Symphony. Alongside this description, Mendelssohn enclosed in his letter a scrap of paper with the opening bars of what would become the symphony's opening theme.

It is not known exactly when Mendelssohn resumed work on the symphony sketches suggest he may have returned to the first movement in the late s but he was certainly working in earnest on the piece by and completed the symphony in Berlin on 20 January The premiere took place on 3 March in the Leipzig Gewandhaus.

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  • The work is scored for an orchestra consisting of two flutes , two oboes , two clarinets in B flat and A, two bassoons , two horns in C and A, two horns in E, F and D, two trumpets in D, timpani , and strings. Unusually, Mendelssohn marked the movements to be performed without breaks, and underlined the connection between the symphony's parts by making them grow from the continual thematic transformation of the original idea he had notated in , presented in the slow introduction to the first movement.

    The lively second movement is melodically and rhythmically in the style of Scottish folk music , using the notes of the pentatonic scale and the characteristic Scotch snap rhythm, although no direct quotations have ever been identified.

    Symphony No.3 in A Minor 'Scottish', Op by F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy on MusicaNeo

    A novel feature lies in the coda of the finale, where Mendelssohn introduces a new majestic theme in A major to close the work in a contrasting manner to the rest of the A minor finale. Akin to a victory hymn and intended by Mendelssohn to allude to a male-voice choir, this ending returns to the balladic tone of the first movement's introduction, transforming the material of the original inspiration for the piece Mendelssohn had twelve years before. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

    Symphony in A minor No. Drawing of the composer by Eduard Bendemann , Andante con moto — Allegro un poco agitato. Allegro vivacissimo — Allegro maestoso assai. Los Angeles Philharmonic Association.

    Mendelssohn: Symphony no. 3 "Scottish" - Klemperer & Philharmonia Orchestra

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