ARBAN CARNIVAL OF VENICE PDF

Year: c. The Carnival of Venice is a folk tune popularly associated with the words "My hat, it has three corners". A series of theme and variations has been written for a number of solo instruments, as "show off" pieces that contain virtuoso displays of double and triple tonguing, and fast tempos. When Arban wrote this set of variations in the early s, he may have been inspired, as well as challenged, by Niccolo Paganini's twenty variations for violin on the same air. The folklike melody has been attributed to both Paganini and the German opera composer Reinhard Keiser

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Year: c. The Carnival of Venice is a folk tune popularly associated with the words "My hat, it has three corners". A series of theme and variations has been written for a number of solo instruments, as "show off" pieces that contain virtuoso displays of double and triple tonguing, and fast tempos. When Arban wrote this set of variations in the early s, he may have been inspired, as well as challenged, by Niccolo Paganini's twenty variations for violin on the same air. The folklike melody has been attributed to both Paganini and the German opera composer Reinhard Keiser Arban would probably also be inspired and challenged if he could hear his "Carnival" variations played by contemporary virtuosos of the tuba, euphonium, trombone, and cornet — for example, as recorded by Wynton Marsalis with Don Hunsberger and the Eastman Wind Ensemble.

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Fantaisie and Variations on The Carnival of Venice (Arban, Jean-Baptiste)

The " Carnival of Venice " is based on a Neapolitan folk tune called "O Mamma, Mamma Cara" [1] and popularized by violinist and composer Niccolo Paganini , who wrote twenty variations on the original tune. In , he wrote to a friend, "The variations I've composed on the graceful Neapolitan ditty, 'O Mamma, Mamma Cara,' outshine everything. I can't describe it. A series of theme and variations has been written for solo cornet , as "show off" pieces that contain virtuoso displays of double and triple tonguing , and fast tempos.

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