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Conversely the idea of Satan is nowhere to be diiabolico in the Nicene Creed, but is an essential component of mere Christianity. The Railway and Other Piano Works. Beyond those cases, most popular musical genres are better discussed elsewhere, and posts about them will be removed. As art reflects culture, it was probably ultimately a societal change, fueled in large part I suspect by the anti-clericalism inherent in the French Revolution.
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Only in the “Quasi-Faust” movement of the Grande Sonate did Alkan rival Berlioz and Liszt in his prehension of the diabolical titanic struggle between good and evil rather than the lingering Luciferian glamor sccherzo indulged.
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More and more after Mozart, you read about great composers who were either not religious, or possessed an unconventional personal orthodoxy. Ardent and heroic -so different from Beethoven. And still others look to different sources, internal or external, to discover what is true and good. Some say all necessary facts and ideas related to salvation and rightness with God are contained within the pages of the Old and New Testaments.
Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, Mozart and Haydn were all devoutly religious or, if they doubted ad schsrzo, would never have expressed it publicly.
But if the glitter of the Scherzo-diabolico incorporates a large measure of fastidious primness in its swagger, it is nonetheless a prime document of Romanticism’s fascination with figures of evil and provides a moment of relative levity between the inexorable momentum of En rhythme molossique and the stormy involvement of the Symphonie’s first movement, the beginning of the ascent to the succeeding etudes’ ever-richer, more demanding utterance.
I get the sense that when composers like Mozart and those prior to his generation set Christian texts like the Dies Irae from the Requiem Mass, it was most earnest. Notify me of new comments via email. Over the course of the next half century or so, I feel like something shifted. This week we examine some such examples.
For the romantic composers the devil and all that came with him had been largely extracted from its religious contexts, useful for the extremes of expression that came with its territory as composers forged more and more, and in contrast to their artistic ancestors, their own moral philosophies largely external of the religious institutions of their time.
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Scherzo-diabolico, for piano in G minor (Etudes dans les Tons Mineurs No. 3), Op. 39/3
I hadn’t heard this Alkan before. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here I am glad you liked it! Here are notable examples of this phenomenon by Liszt and Berlioz, respectively: He seems the Berlioz of the piano. However it also seems reasonable to use this standard in an everyday kind of way. It is very driving and obsessive, containing numerous fast arpeggios. A collection of previous threads on this topic An Introduction to the Violin Concerto.
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