Ernst von Dohnányi. Serenade for violin, viola & cello in C major, Op. Composition Information ↓; Description ↓; Parts/Movements ↓; Appears On ↓. Serenade in C Major for String Trio, Op Of Dohnanyi’s Serenade in C Major, Op for String Trio, composed between and , the Chamber Music. Chamber Music Work: Ernő Dohnányi (), Serenade for String Trio in C major, Op. 10 (for violin, viola and cello).

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Following tradition, the Serenade begins with a lively march the soon features a rustic tune full dohnnanyi Hungarian flavor. The march appears again at the conclusion of the finale. A slow movement Romanze follows evoking donhanyi traditional serenade once again with guitar-like pizzicato a lyrical song in the violin part interrupted briefly by a passionate outburst.

The third-movement scherzo flexes more modern muscles with a bristling fugue and a tuneful trio that combine simultaneously in the scherzo reprise.

A melancholy, hymn-like theme provides the basis for a brooding set of variations as another slow movement leading to rollicking Rondo finale that suggests the influence of Beethoven’s string trios as models. The opening march cleverly remerges to close the Serenade with pleasing symmetry. There were many—from such fine composers as HerzogenbergReineckeFuchsand Berens to name but a few. Dohnanyi, unlike those writers and many of today’s musicians, was almost certainly familiar with them.

To produce an updated version of the classical serenade for string trio. Beethoven begins his Op. Traditionally, of course, a march has a contrasting trio section which serves as the middle portion of the movement after which the march reappears and is used to conclude the movement either with or without a coda.

Beethoven follows this procedure. Instead of simply repeating the march of 21 measures in its entirety, he compresses it into five bars by means of representing the original 16th note runs that lead to the main dotted rhythm of the march into dojnanyi run of only three notes while retaining the dotted rhythm.

This compression creates a heightened tension which is missing in the original march.


Serenade for String Trio in C major, Op. 10

Although Beethoven did not call his second movement a romance, he could have, for his Adagio is clearly that. Dohnanyi entitles his second Romanza. To the off-beat pizzicati in the violin and cello, the viola, in a long solo, presents a calm main theme.

It has a folk tune quality to it.

Ernst von Dohnanyi Serenade in C Major for String Trio, Op

Beethoven follows his Adagio with a Menuetto, allegretto before inserting a scherzo. The playful main theme is introduced in a fugal fashion. After his scherzo, Beethoven produces what is probably the most memorable movement of his Serenade, an Allegretto alla Polacca.

He follows this with an Andante quasi Allegretto, which is a theme and set of five variations. Dohnanyi apparently saw no reason to insert a polacca or any other kind of dance movement and makes his next movement, Andante con motoa theme with a set of five variations.

This is the most serious movement of his Serenade. The theme itselfwhich all three instruments present together, is reflective and elegiac in nature but full of harmonic surprises. These carry over into the variations which are one of the most extraordinary sets ever composed, and characterized by a very high degree of craftsmanship. Beethoven concluded his Serenade simply by reinserting the opening Marcia in its entirety.

Dohnanyi does nothing of the kind, instead using a Rondo.

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The main theme is really only a short kernel of four measures. It is frenetic and full of nervous energy.

Although it begins as an entirely independent theme, it starts to bear a distant relationship to the thematic material in the opening movement as the movement progresses. The Serenade is without question one of the great masterpieces of the string trio literature and should not seremade missed by anyone who has the opportunity to play string trios. Certainly, his chamber music is very fine, with most of it being in the masterwork category.

Yet, sadly and inexplicably, it has virtually disappeared from the concert stage. Dohnanyi studied piano and composition in his native Pressburg Bratislava before entering the Budapest Academy. His first published work, his Piano Quintet No. Upon graduating in the spring ofDohnanyi embarked on a dazzling career as a concert artist, often playing in chamber ensembles.


Later, he also devoted considerable time to teaching and conducting. Keller Music Menlo Edition Silvertrust earsense supplement. Serenade for String Trio in C major, Op. Members of the Sereande Quartet. Hans von Koessler Teacher Nationality: Eugen d’Albert Teacher Nationality: From the Italian word for cheerful or gay. Faster than adagio but slower than allegretto chamber music, Kammermusik [G], musique de chambre serfnade, musica da camera [I], musica cameralis [L] — “Classical Music” for a small ensemble, generally 8 or fewer players with a canonical emphasis on players.

Somewhat more lively than its context would suggest, e. A range of works by opus number, uses the plural “opp. A donnanyi opus serenafe may refer to a collection of works e. Posthumously assigned numbers may use “Op. Opus numbers dohnanyii not precisely reflect chronology publication vs. Thus, the works of some historically important composers may use separate catalog numbers e. See wiki romanza, dohnqnyi, romance — a title for a work or movement implying a rather personal, tender, sentimental or amorous tone.

Often used for finales. Historically evokes the evening, outdoors, an honorific or amorous tribute, especially from a suitor to a lover in a window or balcony.

The word serenade has its Latin origins the Latin word for “calm” or serene. A more rarefied form than the string quartet perhaps because the texture is sparse each instrument highly exposed and the means more difficult for natural harmonic richness.

But these become challenges and assets in the great dkhnanyi. Trios almost always emphasize countrapuntal writing with each of the three players in strong relief. A challenge to the composers ingenuity and a delight for the listener trio 1 — an ensemble or work for 3 players troppo [I], non troppo, trop [F] — too, too much.