Ludwig van Beethoven - Sinfonia no.6 (Allegro ma non troppo)
Compositor (composer): Ludwig van Beethoven(1770-1827) Título (title): Sinfonia no. 6 (Sinfonia Pastoral) - Symphony No 6 in F major Op 68 Pastoral Modalidade (genre): Sinfonia (Symphony) Instrumentos: flautas 2 oboés 2 clarinetes em si bemol 2 fagotes 2 trompas em fá e si bemol 2 trompetes em dó e mi bemol violinos (I) violinos (II) violas violoncelos contrabaixos Instrumentation: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symphony_No._6_%28Beethoven%29#Instrumentation Orquestra (Orchestra): Orchestra of the 18th century Maestro: Franz Bruggen Movimento (movements): Allegro ma non troppo (1º movimento) - Allegro ma non troppo (1st movement) Descrição (description): Allegro ma non troppo (em forma-sonata) - "Despertar de sentimentos alegres diante da chegada ao campo". ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Symphony No. 6 in F major, Op. 68, also known as the Pastoral Symphony (German Pastoral-Sinfonie), is a symphony composed by Ludwig van Beethoven, and was completed in 1808. One of Beethoven's few works containing explicitly programmatic content, the symphony was first performed in the Theater an der Wien on 22 December 1808 in a four hour concert. Beethoven was a lover of nature who spent a great deal of his time on walks in the country. He frequently left Vienna to work in rural locales.The first sketches of the Pastoral Symphony appeared in 1802. It was composed simultaneously with Beethoven's more famous—and more fiery—Fifth Symphony. Both symphonies were premiered in a long and under-rehearsed concert in the Theater an der Wien in Vienna, on 22 December 1808. The composer said that the Sixth Symphony is "more the expression of feeling than painting", a point underlined by the title of the first movement ("Awakening of cheerful feelings..."). The symphony begins with a placid and cheerful movement depicting the composer's feelings as he arrives in the country. The work is in sonata form, and its motifs are extensively developed. At several points Beethoven builds up orchestral texture by multiple repetitions of very short motifs. Yvonne Frindle commented,"the infinite repetition of pattern in nature [is] conveyed through rhythmic cells, its immensity through sustained pure harmonies." (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symphony_No._6_%28Beethoven%29#Instrumentation) Download (melhor qualidade): https://tut1334.opendrive.com/files?OF81NDYzOTIyX0dWS2dq Allegro ma non troppo, a eufónica e alegre chegada ao campo que enche os olhos de cores doces e as narinas de fragrâncias coloridas, os ouvidos de suaves notas musicais, a alma de júbilo, que insufla vigor no espírito e rejuvenesce a mente. A mais encantadora das sinfonias de Beethoven, um genuíno apaixonado pela natureza.