Six Metamorphoses after Ovid, op. 49, by Benjamin Britten, Britten composed this work for solo oboe for the oboist Joy Boughton who premiered the piece. Metamorphoses after Britten are just that: four miniatures, each inspired by one of Benjamin Britten’s Six Metamorphoses after Ovid for solo oboe. Benjamin Britten. Metamorphoses (6) after Ovid, for oboe solo, Op. Composition Information ↓; Description ↓; Parts/Movements ↓; Appears On ↓.
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However rich in tone, it is basically without extensive change in color throughout its two-and-a-half octave range and is generally monophonic.
NIOBE who, lamenting the death of her fourteen children, was turned into stone. Masters of the Oboe. The Complete Works for Oboe.
Metamorphoses (6) after Ovid, for oboe solo, Op. 49
Related Links Britten Page. Retrieved 2 August British Music for Solo Oboe. Each of the six sections is based on a character from Roman mythology who is briefly described: Homage to Paderewski Variations on an Elizabethan Theme Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip.
Night Mail The Prince of the Pagodas Ovid’s greatest work, Metamorphoses, is a fifteen-volume treatise of the disillusionment of his generation described in terms of the instability of nature.
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Benjamin Britten – Six Metamorphoses After Ovid, op. 49 – oboe
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The fifth, marked lento piacevoleis meant to convey the act of staring at a reflection in a pool. Interlude in A Minor Op. The next real concert piece after the Metamorphoses would be the Sonata for cello and piano of Benjamin Britten Collector’s Edition.
Jazz Latin New Age. Yet, upon further acquaintance with the music, it becomes clear that it is these very restrictions that attracted Britten to the instrument and which allow his melodic and harmonic metamorphoses to take center stage, unfolding with great clarity. War Requiem film. By virtue of the music being written for a solo instrument, Britten allows the performer licence to be highly expressive.
Metamorphoses after Britten
By restricting himself so thoroughly, the musical processes can remain pure throughout the six movements. This contrasts with the second metamorphosis, a quick and rhythmic representation of the chariot ride of Phaeton, marked vivace ritmico. Sexy Trippy All Moods.
Genre Chamber Music Classical.