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Re: ....folllowing up on codas: Great introductions [Re: Mark_C] #2742480
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Originally Posted by Mark_C
Idea for thread: Pieces where the melody goes into the left hand for a while.....

Balakirev Bb minor sonata, 4th movement, second subject.


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Re: ....folllowing up on codas: Great introductions [Re: Vilhelm Moqvist] #2742498
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Originally Posted by Vilhelm Moqvist
Mahler Symphony 9
Mahler Symphony 7
Mahler Symphony 1 (yes I love Mahler)
Beethoven Les Adieux
Beethoven op. 111
Wagner Das Rheingold and Tristan and Isolde
Rachmaninoff sonata 1
Liszt sonata
Beethoven piano concerto 5

Seems like the germans are the master of introductions wink


On the subject of Mahler, I can't think of an opening of an orchestral piece that moves me more than the Mahler Second. But then I'm a double bass player...


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Re: ....folllowing up on codas: Great introductions [Re: Mark_C] #2742512
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Re: ....folllowing up on codas: Great introductions [Re: Mark_C] #2742523
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Originally Posted by Mark_C
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Originally Posted by Fareham
How about Mendelssohn's Rondo Capriccioso Op 14 ? (another warhorse)

You beat me to it - I prefer the into to the rest of it.

I love it all -- but, my favorite part is.....
(this might lead us to another one of these) ha

.....where the melody goes into the left hand and the right hand has the arpeggios.

Idea for thread: Pieces where the melody goes into the left hand for a while.....


...... how about when the melody moves to an inner voice for while. For example, pretty much anything by Brahms.


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Re: ....folllowing up on codas: Great introductions [Re: Mark_C] #2742918
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Anybody mention that fanfare that opens "La Peri"...

Re: ....folllowing up on codas: Great introductions [Re: Carey] #2742928
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Originally Posted by Carey


Liszt - Mazeppa
Liszt - Ricordanza
Liszt - Wilde Jagd
Liszt - Harmonies du Soir
Liszt - Eroica



I hate to add to the long list of Liszt, but the 2nd Polonaise popped into my head this evening. Liszt really seemed to know how to draw in a listener. Often I think the intros are more interesting than what comes after.

Re: ....folllowing up on codas: Great introductions [Re: Mark_C] #2743053
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Beethoven's 9th symphony.
Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No.1.
Prokofiev Piano Concerto No.1.

Re: ....folllowing up on codas: Great introductions [Re: Mark_C] #2743055
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Black Sabbath, Iron Man.

Re: ....folllowing up on codas: Great introductions [Re: johnstaf] #2743058
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Originally Posted by johnstaf
Black Sabbath, Iron Man.
Thanks for introducing me to this. I listened and made it through the into. Definitely a classic but more my adult son's cup of tea. We heard a lot of heavy and death metal stuff in our house when he was in high school and college. By the time Iron Man was released in 1970 I was totally immersed in classical music. Call me old fashioned, but I've been happy. ha As for my son, he attends a weekly bible study with Alice Cooper. Go figure. grin


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