BOCCHERINI LA RITIRATA DI MADRID PDF

La Musica Notturna delle Strade di Madrid including La Ritirata di Madrid della Strade di Madrid is one of only two programmatic works Boccherini composed. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Boccherini: The Guitar Quintets Including La Ritirata di Madrid & Fandango – Pepe Romero. Luigi Boccherini. Quintet for guitar & strings in C major (“La Ritirada di Madrid”), G. (arrangement of Piano Quintet, G. ). Composition Information.

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Luigi Boccherin: La Ritirada di Madrid for Guitar & String Quartet, G

Quattro versioni originali della “Ritirata notturna di Madrid” is an arrangement of a movement from Luigi Boccherini ‘s Musica notturna delle strade di Madrid by Italian composer Luciano Berio.

The full title of the composition is Quattro versioni originali della “Ritirata notturna di Madrid” di Luigi Boccherini, sovrapposte e transcritte per orchestra Italian: This arrangement was composed in Luciano Berio received a commission by La Scala Theatre Orchestra inin which Berio was asked to write a mavrid piece that would serve bcocherini an opening composition.

Berio decided that he could arrange a movement from Boccherini’s Musica notturna delle strade di Madridwhich is also called the Ritirata notturna di Madrid.

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At the time, up to four different versions of the same movement were known, as Boccherini originally arranged them for various musical forces. Berio decided to superimpose them while performing minor alterations to create a stratified sound structure. This was not the first time that Berio came to the spotlight for arranging or transcribing pieces of other composers, given that a fair part of Berio’s success as a composer came because he usually worked on adaptations and arrangements not only of compositions by other classical composers, but also of his own compositions, as he did with Renderingthe finale of Puccini’s Turandotand some of Berio’s Sequenzaswhich were later reworked into Chemins.

The piece was finished in in Rome and was dedicated to Davide Bellugi.

It was later published by Universal Edition in The composition is in only one movement and takes 6 to 7 minutes to perform. However, it is in a theme and variations form. The whole piece can be structured into one initial introductory section, in which a solo second violin and the drums indicate the ostinato rhythm, the theme, ritiirata eleven variations in which the melodies are further developed, which are followed by a final coda.

Bovcherini sections are not separated, but the variations are marked in the original score as such. The composition is scored for a large orchestra, consisting of three flutes, two oboes, one English horn, two clarinets in B-flat, one bass clarinet in B-flat, two bassoons, one contrabassoon, four French horns in F, four trumpets in C, three trombones, one bass tuba, timpani, a percussion section consisting of three percussionists playing two snare drums, one bass drum and one triangle, harp and a full string section.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Quattro versioni originali della “Ritirata notturna di Madrid” by Luciano Berio Luciano Berio, at the time of the composition.

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