Solo concert

as solo concert one designates a concert, in which a solo accompanied by the orchestra - instrument in the center stands.

The solo concert developed in the baroque too its usual more sowing goats form, to in 20. Century was changed only little. Mostly becomes slowerCentral set framed by a fast initial set and a fast finishing sentence. The baroque solo concert was maintained by almost all composers of the epoch. To today well-known and played works come from Antonio Vivaldi, Johann Sebastian brook and George Philipp Telemann. The most popular solo concert instruments of the ageviolin, oboe , Cembalo was and toward end of the epoch also the flute - in addition, almost every other instrument was endowed with solo concerts.

See also: Concerto grosso

in the following epochs of the classical period and particularly the romance got the solo concert more and morePoints of contact to the symphony; some solo concerts can be almost called symphonies with solo instrument (see Brahms). In many cases composers called the work also Sinfonia Concertante (Mozart, Haydn).

To the most popular solo concert instruments the piano belongs, in addition, for allother instruments were written solo concerts. Experiment-joyful composers wrote isolated also concerts for instruments, for example the retort bass, very uncommon in this role, the bass drum and even the nose flute. Also in the new music it gives far solo concerts, here becomes with now the strongly extendedPossibilities of the instruments and the traditional form in experimental way gone around. As example here the instrument valley concerts are mentioned of Helmut Lachenmann.

A concert, in which not one instrument but two of the orchestra is accompanied, is called double concert, one for three Tripelkonzert and one for fourInstruments Quadrupelkonzert.

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