In classical music what does op 10 No 1 mean?
Basically, it signifies a collection of works. The op stands for "opus" ... in the case of Op 10, No 1, that means the first piece in collection #10. Composers may group similar pieces together into one or more opuses, then number the pieces sequentially.
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In the mid 18th century, Europe (the heart of art and music) moved into a new "formally elegant" style called Classicism. Classicism actually originated during the Renaissance…, but took on a more ordered, formal and contrasting style during the 17th century. The term "classicism" was retained, but came to mean a different style.
'Allegro' means 'quite fast and lively'. There is no such thing as 'allegro form', and what I think you may mean is 'sonata allegro form', which is another version of the more… common 'sonata form'. This is the form in which most first movements, and some last movements, of classical and romantic symphonies are written. The form is also used for such genres as string quartets, piano sonatas, and so on. It is described in detail elsewhere on this site.
Op. is short for the Latin word Opus - meaning Work. When a composer's work is classified, set in order, and published, each major work is given a number (approximately in …order of composition). When a scholar does the classification (often after the composer's death) the scholar's initial is often given as the prefix to the opus number. Mozart's works were sorted and put in order by KÃ¶chel, so the Mozart Piano Concerto #23 (for example) is K.488.
Chopin's Revolutionary Etude (Op 12 No 12) was dedicated to his dear friend Franz Liszt, and was Chopin's interpretation of a piece with the feel and speed of Liszt, but with …Chopin's grandiose melody. The opening bars are meant to be played extremely fast, and in the spirit of an Etude repeats a (mid high mid low) pattern of sound where both hands must keep this insane speed as the piece alternates the appassionata runs between them. To answer this question, the musical concept most obviously intended to be practiced is the consistent alternation between the treble and bass semiquavers (sixteenth notes) and the ability to voice a melody of chords over a incredibly fast string of sixteenth notes; ranging from Fortissimo to Pianissimo. The concepts most illustrated by the Chopin's 12th etude are speed, consistency, and voicing.
When a sentence consists of two phrases that have the same length, they are called balanced phrases. Hope this helpful :)
Umm ohmygosh i think its like something with the tunes and notes and like the instruments.=D
In music, "classical" has two meanings. The generalized term, "classical music" denotes art music composed for performance, as opposed to popular songs, rock, or theater music…. The more specialized meaning, within the larger category of classical music, denotes symphonies or other types of music composed in the mid- to late-18th century through the early 19th, by Haydn, Mozart, early Beethoven and their contemporaries, known as the "classical period". Alternately, "classic" can just mean a favorite or standard for many years, like classic rock, classic bluegrass, etc.
Diminuendo ... or Diminished ... or somewhat softer than before.
A little bright.
Op is sort for opus. A convenient method of numbering a composer's works where a number follows the word 'opus'. For example, Opus 28, No. 4.
'Classical music' is actually made up of a number time periods (one of the main ways works of the genre are categorized). One of these periods is known as the 'classical perio…d'. The word 'classical' was later (ie in the 20th century) applied to the whole genre, regardless of time period. The classical period is called 'classical' because of its concern for formal organization, a concept that observers linked to the ideals of ancient Greece (the original meaning of 'classical' refers to classical Greek). The first known use of this term for music defines 'classical' music and 'romantic' music as opposing trends. In current usage, 'classical' is more likely to be considered the opposite of 'popular' music.
If this is in reference to a piece of classical music composed by Antonio Vivaldi, then it is a catalog reference number prefaced by RV. The catalog, known as the Ryom-Verzeic…hnis, was created by Peter Ryom, a Danish musicologist (scholar in the study of music). An example of this can be illustrated with one of Vivaldi's more famously celebrated violin concertos, Spring (La primavera) which is referenced as 'Concerto no. 1 in E major, Op. 8 RV 269'. Ryom-Verzeichnisis is obviously named in the first part after it's creator while Verzeichnis is German for index or directory.
In Classical Music
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I can't be sure but I think lento means slow.
In Classical Music
Op. is short for opus, an Italian word that literally means "work." It is used to number the works of a given composer, usually in the order they are published, but sometimes,… as with Beethoven for instance, it is in the order specified by the composer. Example, Beethoven's first published work, or opus, was a set of piano trios, so they are designated his Opus One, and each work within the opus is numbered. His first single work, then, is the Trio No. 1 in E-flat Major, Op. 1, No. 1. Some composers don't choose to use opus numbers. They are basically just a tool for cataloging. .
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