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Transcription of the Chaconne by Johannes Brahms for piano with left hand only, performed by Martha Goldstein Problems playing these files? See media help. Johannes Brahms, in a letter to Clara Schumann in June , said about the ciaccona: On one stave, for a small instrument, the man writes a whole world of the deepest thoughts and most powerful feelings. If I imagined that I could have created, even conceived the piece, I am quite certain that the excess of excitement and earth-shattering experience would have driven me out of my mind. Carl Reinecke transcribed the piece for piano duet.

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Transcription of the Chaconne by Johannes Brahms for piano with left hand only, performed by Martha Goldstein Problems playing these files? See media help. Johannes Brahms, in a letter to Clara Schumann in June , said about the ciaccona: On one stave, for a small instrument, the man writes a whole world of the deepest thoughts and most powerful feelings.

If I imagined that I could have created, even conceived the piece, I am quite certain that the excess of excitement and earth-shattering experience would have driven me out of my mind.

Carl Reinecke transcribed the piece for piano duet. The earliest version for organ is by William Thomas Best. In the preface to his transcription, John Cook writes: "The Chaconne is sublimely satisfying in its original form, yet many will agree that a single violin is only able to hint at the vast implications of much of this music … It is perhaps not unreasonable to suppose that Bach would have chosen the organ, had he transcribed the Chaconne himself, as the instrument best suited to the scale of his ideas … A good performance on the violin may be taken as the best guide to interpretation on the organ — the two instruments are not without their points in common, and both were beloved of Bach.

This has been published by the Hofmeister Musikverlag in Leipzig. Marc Pincherle , Secretary of the French Society of Musicology in Paris, wrote in "If, insofar as certain rapid monodic passages are concerned, opinion is divided between the violin and the guitar as the better medium, the guitar always triumphs in polyphonic passages; that is to say almost throughout the entire work.

The timbre of the guitar creates new and emotional resonance and unsuspected dynamic gradations in those passages which might have been created purely for the violin; as for instance the variations in arpeggi.

Many guitarists today prefer to play the Chaconne directly from the violin score. The Chaconne has also been arranged for harpsichord by Pieter-Jan Belder and for violin plus four voices by Christoph Poppen and the Hilliard Ensemble. Literature[ edit ] In Joseph C. Mastroianni published Chaconne The Novel. Milo, abandoned by the father who introduced him to Chaconne, studies in Spain for four years to master the piece.

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Or, listen to these renditions by an enterprising clarinetist and an equally ambitious saxophonist. Or how about this menacing arrangement for trumpet and orchestra and this lyrical performance by two cellos. There is truly an arrangement for everyone. Bach composed the chaconne sometime between and Historians speculate that Bach composed it after returning from a trip and found his wife and the mother of seven of his children Maria Barbara had died. If I imagined that I could have created, even conceived the piece, I am quite certain that the excess of excitement and earth-shattering experience would have driven me out of my mind.

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History[ edit ] Though it originally emerged during the late sixteenth century in Spanish culture, having reputedly been introduced from the New World , as a quick dance-song characterized by suggestive movements and mocking texts, [2] by the early eighteenth century the chaconne had evolved into a slow triple meter instrumental form. Alex Ross describes the origins of the chacona as actually having been a sexily swirling dance that appeared in South America at the end of the sixteenth century and quickly spread to Europe. The dance became popular both in the elite courts and in the general population. This measure chaconne takes a plaintive four- bar phrase through a continuous kaleidoscope of musical expression in both major and minor modes. However, the form saw a very substantial revival during the 20th century, with more than two dozen composers contributing examples see below. Chaconne and passacaglia[ edit ] The chaconne has been understood by some nineteenth and early twentieth-century theorists to be a set of variations on a harmonic progression, as opposed to a set of variations on a melodic bass pattern to which is assigned the term passacaglia , [7] while other theorists of the same period make the distinction the other way around.

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List of adaptations by Ferruccio Busoni

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