Course | Other I Conductor & Soloist – Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 3
"Get prepared to conduct both the orchestra and your soloist on a great piece"
Conductor & Soloist - The Complete Analysis
Maestro Scarabino analyses all the aspects of the musical and artistic relationship between the Conductor and the Soloist. Each of the 16 Chapters is dedicated to a specific argument, starting from the understanding of Tempos. Through every kind of dynamics, accenting and balancing of sound and orchestration, with a very precious dissertation about the motivations that drove Beethoven himself to write the manuscript as he did, and the kind of freedom that a conductor can have. An important milestone course both for starting conductors and soloists about how to approach and develop the whole challenge of Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 3.
- Tempos (2 parts)
- Sound and Orchestration
- "Largo" and "Lento"
- "Andante comfortable"
- Length of phrases and trigger notes
- "Ritardando", "Calando" and Manuscript notations
- Phenomenical accents
- Conductor/Soloist comunication
- Rhythm and Bars
- Spacing in conducting
- Freedom in Tempo
- According to Beethoven (2 parts)
- Cadenza and surroundings
16 videos, for a total running time of 170',
Instructor: Guillermo Scarabino
This course is for starting conductors and piano soloists and anyone who is interested to find out more about the art of conducting!
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