The symphony fifth (Honegger)
Arthur Honegger receives the request of the Koussevitzky foundation in 1947, and symphony fifth "three re" (Symphonie n ° 5, Di tre re) is the symphony which I composed in 1950. The premiere was carried out by the Charles Munch conduct Boston Symphony Orchestra on March 9, 1951. "Three re" of the title comes from that all three movements terminate in the re (ニ) sound. I spend it on wordplay to mean "3 King of Men" in Italian.
Person of composition states, "I tried certain twelve-tone technique" with the second movement. It is different from the close twelve-tone technique of the Schoenberg style, but I handle 12 sounds equally, and a trial to come close in atonal music is accomplished.
Musical piece constitution
- The first movement Grave
- 3/4 time
- The second movement Allegretto
- After 3/8 time first violin and a clarinet showed the subject, a string and a bassoon repeat this subject.
- The third movement Allegro marcato
- The trumpet of three 4/4 time shows the first subject.
- Latest famous tune commentary complete works 3 symphony III (Ongaku no tomo sha corp.)
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