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Violin Concerto by Tartini

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The violin works of Tartini have retained their artistic significance mainly due to their expressive merits - meaningfulness, classical clarity of form, richness of the musical language. The melodic expressiveness peculiar to his music was nourished by folk sources, to a certain extent it was enriched by the influence of the operatic bel canto, although Tartini did not follow the way of imitating this vocal style, but skillfully used the specificity of instrumental violin singing. In the works of Tartini used bold for his time violin technique - the passage, the technique of double notes, chords, trills and especially strokes; while it is always conditioned by the content of his music - lively, expressive. Tartini belongs to the number of the luminaries of the Italian violin school of the 17th century, an art that retains its artistic significance to this day. As David Ostraich wrote: "In Tartini's music, its expressiveness, sincerity, warmth and melody are primarily attractive.


 




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The violin works of Tartini have retained their artistic significance mainly due to their expressive merits - meaningfulness, classical clarity of form, richness of the musical language. The melodic expressiveness peculiar to his music was nourished by folk sources, to a certain extent it was enriched by the influence of the operatic bel canto, although Tartini did not follow the way of imitating this vocal style, but skillfully used the specificity of instrumental violin singing. In the works of Tartini used bold for his time violin technique - the passage, the technique of double notes, chords, trills and especially strokes; while it is always conditioned by the content of his music - lively, expressive. Tartini belongs to the number of the luminaries of the Italian violin school of the 17th century, an art that retains its artistic significance to this day. As David Ostraich wrote: "In Tartini's music, its expressiveness, sincerity, warmth and melody are primarily attractive.


 




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Violins soft sound


Violin Concert Tartini.



The violin works of Tartini have retained their artistic significance mainly due to their expressive merits - meaningfulness, classical clarity of form, richness of the musical language. The melodic expressiveness peculiar to his music was nourished by folk sources, to a certain extent it was enriched by the influence of the operatic bel canto, although Tartini did not follow the way of imitating this vocal style, but skillfully used the specificity of instrumental violin singing. In the works of Tartini used bold for his time violin technique - the passage, the technique of double notes, chords, trills and especially strokes; while it is always conditioned by the content of his music - lively, expressive. Tartini belongs to the number of the luminaries of the Italian violin school of the 17th century, an art that retains its artistic significance to this day. As David Ostraich wrote: "In Tartini's music, its expressiveness, sincerity, warmth and melody are primarily attractive.


 




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Violins soft sound


Violin Concert Tartini.



The violin works of Tartini have retained their artistic significance mainly due to their expressive merits - meaningfulness, classical clarity of form, richness of the musical language. The melodic expressiveness peculiar to his music was nourished by folk sources, to a certain extent it was enriched by the influence of the operatic bel canto, although Tartini did not follow the way of imitating this vocal style, but skillfully used the specificity of instrumental violin singing. In the works of Tartini used bold for his time violin technique - the passage, the technique of double notes, chords, trills and especially strokes; while it is always conditioned by the content of his music - lively, expressive. Tartini belongs to the number of the luminaries of the Italian violin school of the 17th century, an art that retains its artistic significance to this day. As David Ostraich wrote: "In Tartini's music, its expressiveness, sincerity, warmth and melody are primarily attractive.


 




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Violins soft sound


Violin Concert Tartini.



The violin works of Tartini have retained their artistic significance mainly due to their expressive merits - meaningfulness, classical clarity of form, richness of the musical language. The melodic expressiveness peculiar to his music was nourished by folk sources, to a certain extent it was enriched by the influence of the operatic bel canto, although Tartini did not follow the way of imitating this vocal style, but skillfully used the specificity of instrumental violin singing. In the works of Tartini used bold for his time violin technique - the passage, the technique of double notes, chords, trills and especially strokes; while it is always conditioned by the content of his music - lively, expressive. Tartini belongs to the number of the luminaries of the Italian violin school of the 17th century, an art that retains its artistic significance to this day. As David Ostraich wrote: "In Tartini's music, its expressiveness, sincerity, warmth and melody are primarily attractive.


 




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Violins soft sound


Violin Concert Tartini.



The violin works of Tartini have retained their artistic significance mainly due to their expressive merits - meaningfulness, classical clarity of form, richness of the musical language. The melodic expressiveness peculiar to his music was nourished by folk sources, to a certain extent it was enriched by the influence of the operatic bel canto, although Tartini did not follow the way of imitating this vocal style, but skillfully used the specificity of instrumental violin singing. In the works of Tartini used bold for his time violin technique - the passage, the technique of double notes, chords, trills and especially strokes; while it is always conditioned by the content of his music - lively, expressive. Tartini belongs to the number of the luminaries of the Italian violin school of the 17th century, an art that retains its artistic significance to this day. As David Ostraich wrote: "In Tartini's music, its expressiveness, sincerity, warmth and melody are primarily attractive.


 




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The violin works of Tartini have retained their artistic significance mainly due to their expressive merits - meaningfulness, classical clarity of form, richness of the musical language. The melodic expressiveness peculiar to his music wCamille Pissarro painting Reproductions art

as nourished by folk sources, to a certain extent it was enriched by the influence of the operatic bel canto, although Tartini did not follow the way of imitating this vocal style, but skillfully used the specificity of instrumental violin singing. In the works of Tartini used bold for his time violin technique - the passage, the technique of double notes, chords, trills and especially strokes; while it is always conditioned by the content of his music - lively, expressive. Tartini belongs to the number of the luminaries of the Italian violin school of the 17th century, an art that retains its artistic significance to this day. As David Ostraich wrote: "In Tartini's music, its expressiveness, sincerity, warmth and melody are primarily attractive.


 




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