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Yellowstone concerto for violin and orchestra How can I edit the erroneous info about this work and composer?

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A concerto is a solo accompanied with an orchestra


Violin cello and a piano Actually, a concerto can be for almost any solo instrument and orchestra. The commonest are those for piano & orchestra, violin & orchestra, and cello & orchestra.


As the piano is a solo instrument, it is only in the orchestra when a piano concerto is performed. A piano concerto is when the piano is performed, as well as an orchestra.


In a solo concerto there is only one person playing in contrast to the orchestra, concerto grosso involves a small group of musicians playing in contrast to the orchestra.


It is a flute/orchestra concerto written by Walter Piston, an American classical music composer. Piston wrote a number of works, as well as four books on music theory and composition. In addition, he taught many more famous composers, including Leonard Bernstein and Leroy Anderson.



A trumpet concerto is a concerto for solo trumpet and instrumental ensemble, typically an orchestra.



There's Bach's concerto for two harpsichords and orchestra in d minor. That's baroque. There's also Poulenc's concerto for two pianos and orchestra in d minor. That's romantic. Technically, the answer to your question is no.


There are so many popular violin concertos, so as a professional violinist I will try to give an answer, but I must warn at forehand that it will mirror my personal choice highly. 1 ) Violin Concerto no 1 in G minor opus 26 by Max Bruch. 2 ) Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D major opus 35 by Tchaikovsky 3 ) Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D major opus 77 by Brahms 4 ) Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D major opus 61 by Beethoven a.k.a. 'the gentle giant'. 5 ) Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No.2 in B minor opus 7 by Paganini 6 ) Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D minor opus 47 by Sibelius 7 ) Violin Concerto No.4 in D major KV 218 by Mozart 8 ) Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in B minor opus 61 by Elgar 9 ) Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in E minor opus 64 by Mendelssohn 10) Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No.1 opus 99 by Shostakovitch


A work for orchestra and solo instrument is called a concerto.


the leader of an orchestra can either be called a concerto or a conductor.hope that answers your question!


yes it is as it was played live and by an orchestra



A concerto is a three-movement form of composition with a solo instrument playing alongside an orchestra. A concerto with many instruments playing in a " solo group " is called a concerto grosso.


The most popular would probably be the piano concerto accompanied by orchestra.


In both a small group of instruments play apart from an orchestra on the same stage.


Both are works for full orchestra and have multiple movements (a symphony usually has 4, and a concerto has 3).


The piano is usually placed to the conductor's left behind the violins and next to the harp(s). It is only placed at the front of the orchestra when playing a concerto, or has concerto-like role.


The only composition of Mozart that contains the harp is the "Concerto in C for flute, harp, and orchestra. I guess any composer should at least know how an instrument works in order to compose for it!


Usually it's the principal oboe. In case of a piano concerto, the orchestra will tune to the piano.


A Solo Concerto is a concerto i which a single soloist is accompanied by an orchestra. It is the most frequent type of concerto. It originated in the Baroque Period (approx. 1600 - 1750) as an alternative to the traditional Concertino in a concerto grosso. Concerto = an instrumental work that maintains contrast between an orchestral ensemble and a smaller group or a solo instrument, or among various groups of an undivided orchestra. (fast-slow-fast) three movements. Concertino = The group of solo instruments in a concerto grosso. Concerto Grosso = a musical form, common in the Baroque period, in which contrasting sections are played by full orchestra and by a small group of soloists. Hope that helps :)


It is a work for orchestra and a soloist.


A piece of music in which a soloist plays in contrast with an orchestra



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