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Although they are often discussed, recorded, and in print as a collection, the 6 Brandenburg concertos encompassing the so-called Brandenburg Concertos were not written all at once, nor for the same band. Scholars suspect that nos. 1, 3, and 6 of the Brandenburg may have been written much earlier than the others, maybe dating from Bach's Weimar period (1708-1717), while 2, 4, and five most likely came from C÷then. Bach later put the six concertos jointly and dedicated them to the Margrave of Brandenburg, hoping to get a new job out of it. (He did not.) In fact, the only unity among the six is the use of a three-movement, fast-slow-fast design; this indicates that the Brandenburg Concerti were based on Italian concerto format. Beyond that, they have nothing in common, and, in fact, among the 6, there is as much diversity as you can find in any six works by Bach. Want to hear the Brandenburg playing at Walt Disney Concert Hall - now you can since cheap Brandenburg Tickets are available now and many other concert Tickets.
Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 is, like all the Brandenburgs, set in five movements; the first three follow the typical fast-slow-fast arrangement of Italian concertos: here, allegro, adagio, allegro are indicated. The final two movements, however, are extra dance movements, atypical of a concerto or concerto grosso of this time. The work is scored for two horns in F, three oboes, strings, continuo, and the violin piccolo. This was a smaller sized, 4-string instrument, similar to the violin, though tuned in a different way (the part is written in D major, so it sounds a minor third higher than written). Bach uses the instrument here, in Brandenburg No. 1, in Cantata 140, and in a revision of Cantata 96 (Prinz). It is not entirely clear by Bach selected to use this strange instrument here or in the other two works since all the pitches Bach uses fall into the usual range of the "regular" violin. It could be that the timbre of the violin piccolo was distinct sufficient that Bach used it here to alter the "normal" violin sound. Cheap Brandenburg Concert Tickets are nowhere - buy from us Brandenburg Tickets at Walt Disney Concert Hall now and enjoy the Brandenburgs Concerto.
Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 is a good example of a work enthused by the Italian instrumental composers Torelli, Albinoni, and Vivaldi. Typical particularly of Vivaldi's concertos is what scholars and music students today call "Fortspinnungstypus" (Fortspinnung type). Here, an orchestral ritornello contains three distinct portions. "The first segment grounds the tonality by focusing on the chords built upon the first and fifth degrees of the scale (tonic and dominant). The second part follows with short bits of thematic material repeated at different pitch levels (called 'sequencing'); the changes in underlying harmony are marked typically by successions of chords with fundamental tones that are five positions apart on the scale. And the third segment brings the ritornello to a pleasing end by way of a closing gesture in the tonic." (Marissa in Oxford Companion to J.S. Bach) You can see this at play in the three excerpts on this page. Do you love to listen to the Brandenburg Concerto Live at the Walt Disney Concert Hall - now you can buy your cheap Brandenburg Tickets from us and reserve yourself a seat for the existing Brandenburgs concert.