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Ascanio in Alba - Wikipedia
An introduction and footnotes guide the reader who is unfamiliar with the historical and political context of apartheid. The textbooks of the 18th Century, contradicting each other, do not throw light on that; the way, though, that Mozart used them is absolutely clear. However, one must not regard his tempo words by themsel- — Including passages in recitativi accompagnati, but not including dances, fragments and arrangements.
Since checking the complete Critical Reports of the NMA May the figures differ sometimes a little from the indications in my earlier publications. For Time signatures and Tempo words in Mozart's ,Catalogue' that differ from the autograph scores see app. In 38 cases the preface gives information, in 17 cases one is directed to it w ithout result. In Mitridate, K 87, in spite o f the missing autograph, out o f 39 tempo indications only three are marked by italics as not authentic. See also Breidenstein, Mozarts Tempo-System. Die geraden Taktarten, 2. Teil, in: Mozart Studien Bd. Especially this last shows that he definitely did not mean moderately fast by it.
Mozart: Ascanio in Alba
On the other hand, he replaced his original Allegro assai o f the Credo o f the Coronation Mass, K and of the first movement o fthe G-minor symphony K by the slightly slower M olto Allegro Ex. Mozart's most important tempo word after Allegro was A n d a n t e. For him, as for the above mentioned contemporaries, it was very close to Allegretto.
Once in a while he even exchanged the two indications. Mozart used the term in this sense w ithout exception. Figaro, Finale II, b. Mozart's Tempo-System 31 cally tightly packed up to six fp per bar b.
Then - since he had used this in dication already for the second movement - he crossed this out and again wrote Allegretto below. Still later he supplemented this in lighter ink by ,ma non troppo' Ex. All Rights Reserved The third movement of the Piano and Violin Sonata in D, K , had in its first Version the indication Andante grazioso con m oto ; in the second Version it is Allegretto which also shows, by the way, that he conceived g r a z i o s o not in the sense of a stiff rokoko-primness but as asking for a lighter manner of playing and a lighter tempo Cos' e quel stupore?
Are they the denominators of the time signatures? Counting units and the conductor's beats are nothing other than practical performance aids and have only a limited correlation with the tempo words. Meanwhile I am using for verbal indications only the term tempo w o r d , since tempo indication comprised in the 18th Century also metre and class of note values.
As far as I know this question has not yet been examined either by practising musicians or musicologists. Since I myself have not found any satisfying solution and since for a complete clarification of the matter the conduct of the predecessors and contemporaries o f Mozart in this matter must be checked I have proposed to an academic authority that perhaps a young doctoral candidate w ith the proper guidance of an expert for that tim e could solve the riddle.
In spite of J. M arty's book, The Tempo Indications o f Mozart, , it had basically been left unanswered until my own publications on this subject from onwards see the bibliography. This question has led not only the most recent specialized literature down the wrong track, but also performers. From the beginning the question was wrongly formulated. Theatre de l'Europe ou l'on batte la Mesure sans la suivre; par-tout ailleurs on la suit sans la battre. Huss, Wahrung der Gestalt, , p. For the finer determination of the tempo giusto larger and smaller classes of note values were used and finally - only in third place - the addition of modifying tempo words.
They notated the metre by full circles and half circles that were sometimes cut through, sometimes reversed, and sometimes differentiated by a dot placed either inside or out side. However, as it no longer serves any purpose here to scrawl such mouldy stuff, musiclovers are referred to the ancient writings themselves.
The reason for that must have been the opinion, which is still held, that there is no difference between C and For Mozart this view is definitely wrong; it has damaged the credibility of all his tempo words and has led to absurdly distorted tempos. A The same, Anleitung zum Ciavierspieien, , p. A See also Vol. II, 67th Letter, p. The same disorders are found often enough in the six-eight metre even in the works o f famous composers - and in cases where they cannot excuse themselves w ith the constraint the poet sometime exerts on them.
Generally many composers seem to have studied the theory o f metre as little as that of rhythm [periodicity], though the former is much less shrouded in mystery than the latter. II, , p.
Nearly all of them were written during his studies with Padre Martini and do not need our further attention. In contrast to that, the violin part, Standing out brilliantly with trills and wide leaps, frees itself from the chorus in bars and in a ,newfangled' way. Because of the equal weight of both halves of the bar, themes enter in the middle of the bar - as happens regularly in Mozart's fugues in the not quite so ,heavy' ,large' C metre.
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Tutti K , Laudate Pueri, m. But this expression does not belong to the alla breve style of the fugue. K , Jesu Christe, m. II, 1 , 67th letter, p. Et vi- tarn ven- tu- ri sae- cu- li.. The trombone and timpani parts in b. This m isprint was corrected in Vol. In this style, quarter and, at most, eighth notes are its fastest note values. From the very beginning - in spite of Leopold's example - it does not play a part in his secular works. Half of the movements of W olf gang in this metre have tempo words from other hands, some from the editors of the NMA.
K , Domine Jesu, m. Examples of such metrical displacements are countless in Mozart's church music too e. See p. Mozart's Tempo-System 39 Ex.