Sunday, September 12, 2010

Chamber Music

Chamber Music, originalmente cargada por FernandoRueda.

It was a surprise, Blanquita´s daugther, our neighbor, gave us a beautiful Chamber Concert last friday. They played music by Mozart and a beautiful Pizzicato, something that I had never heard. Pizzicato in YOUTUBE

"Chamber Music America defines chamber music as music for small ensembles in which players perform one to a part, generally without a conductor.
Historically, the term chamber music was restricted to Western classical music for small ensembles, such as the string quartet. Today, however, chamber music comprises many different musical styles and genres.
At the heart of this art form is a spirit of collaboration. Democratic in essence, chamber music demands that each individual engage in a close musical dialogue with the other performers. Their collective musical instinct, experience, knowledge, and talent guide the process of interpreting, rehearsing, and performing. " CMA

Fue una sorpresa, la hija de Blanquita, nuestra vecina, nos ofrecio un bello concierto en el parque del conjunto donde vivimos. Interpretaron musica de Mozart y un bello Pizzicato, algo que nunca habia escuchado. Pizzicato en YouTube.

"Se llama Música de Cámara a aquélla que se interpreta con "pocos" instrumentos, otra vez nos encontramos con una definición un tanto subjetiva, pues uno se pregunta ¿Cuántos son pocos? La respuesta es que desde uno hasta menos de los necesarios para interpretar una sinfonía. Aunque como vimos hay sinfonías que requieren de relativamente pocos instrumentos, es decir, las primeras sinfonías de Haydn o de Mozart, e inclusive de Schubert."



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