Rimsky-Korsakov: Capriccio Espagnol, mvt. I. Reh A – end (Clarinet 1 in A). Page 2. SHEN YUN CLARINET EXCERPTS. Rimsky-Korsakov. The clarinet has two big calls in the short, introductory first movement, which are echoed in the third movement. It is important to play them ff and con forza. Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolai Alborada from Capriccio Espagnol sheet music for Clarinet (pdf) –

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Capriccio Espagnol | Nikolaï Rimsky-Korsakov for Clarinet Choir | Benjamin Masciotta

Scena e canto gitano V. October 31,St. The concertmaster still does have a capriccoo solo turns, but in the final version, Rimsky-Korsakov lets the whole orchestra contribute their special effects to recreating the Spanish countryside. In the alboradas dawn songs of the first and third movements, we hear the promise of heat later in the day.

Often these were performed on espaynol with a hand drum as accompaniment, so each of the blistering solos by the clarinet and violin unfold over a punctuated drone the drone of the bagpipes with tambourine and snare drum omnipresent in the tutti sections. Rimsky-Korsakov then turns to the fandango —the most widespread of the Spanish dances—for his finale. Every section of the orchestra takes its turn leading the dance famous or infamous for its sensuality before finishing in a riotous whirl of colors.


At the age of twelve, he left home to attend a naval college in St. Petersburg for the next six years.

Spanish Capriccio, Op.34 (Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay)

Despite what looked like a career choice in favor of the navy, he had an abiding interest in music, fueled during those years by lessons with various private teachers.

A meeting and private lessons with Balakirev further stimulated his interest in composition. Inhe embarked on an around-the-world trip on a clipper ship and managed to write his Symphony No.

Finally, inspired by Balakirev, Cui, Mussorgsky, and Borodin, he decided to devote himself to composition as a career. Although all were dedicated to the advancement of Russian Nationalism, only Rimsky-Korsakov and Balakirev were professional musicians.

The others were physicists, chemists, espafnol civil servants who often had to be forced to finish their compositions. As a young composer, Rimsky-Korsakov used instinct and experiment rather than formal training in technique.

In fact, when he was appointed as the first Professor of Composition at the St. He had particular genius in orchestration and is widely accepted as an equal to both Berlioz and Richard Strauss.

As the principal teacher of Igor Stravinsky, his influence would extend far into the 20th century. Out of gratitude, Rimsky-Korsakov dedicated the work to the orchestra. An albaradaa type of morning serenade begins with a brilliant outburst in the full orchestra and ends with quiet arpeggios in the solo violin. A set of five variations on a theme introduced by the horn quartet ends with rapid chromatic scales in the solo flute. A version of the opening albarada in a different key with a clarinet in place of the violin at the end.


A Scene and Gypsy Song introduced by virtuoso cadenzas in the horns and trumpets, violin, flute, clarinet, and harp.

The gypsy song that follows is combined with fragments sepagnol the cadenzas. A fandango a type of Andalusian dance in the full orchestra is followed by the opening albarado clariney as a coda to the entire work. Join our email list for up-to-date concert information, first dibs at sales, and special events. Season Get Tickets Subscriptions Call Friends of the Symphony.

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