Elliott Corner (3) Mozart Duo in G Major for Violin and Viola K.423-Movement III: Rondo Classical Music Videos Writers Typing Tunes Break Time
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Elliott sent me his video submission and I’ve shared parts 1 to 3 on all my “writers” typing tunes blogs.
i usually put classical music during break time or meditation clear your mind time while we are writing either a novel during Nanowrimo or a screenplay during the Script Frenzy Challenge which is starting on april 1, 2012.
i have to remember to register!
dont forget.. sat/sun 2 am est. turn clocks ahead 1 hour!
on March 11, 2012..
Performed in the Christ’s Hospital Chapel by Elliot Corner (Viola) and CH Head of Strings Timothy Callaghan (Violin), the Mozart Duo in G Major was written by Mozart as a favour to a friend who pretended he had written it himself. However, it is now one of the defining pieces of Violin/Viola duet repertoire. It is special because the Viola is usually playing the bassline. But in this piece, the Viola plays an equal part to the violin in melody and harmony.
This is the last movement of three, and is a rondo. The Rondo is a quick jaunty theme accompanied by harmonic noodling on the Viola. There are lots of great variations on the theme, including two canons, then the inevitable return of the Rondo.
This piece finishes with one of the best endings I have ever heard in a piece of chamber music, at about 5:36 to the end. Just enjoy the amazing Viola line and the end! 😛
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