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A concerto is a musical composition generally composed of three movements, in which, usually .... There is no lyrical second subject, but in its place a continuous development of the opening material. The piano concertos of Cramer, Field, ...

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The baroque concerto was mainly for a string instrument (violin, viola, cello, ... The first movement brings the concerto into the realm of symphonic development.

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Concerto: Concerto, a musical composition originating about 1750 in which a solo ... In addition, it affects the ways of developing musical material (e.g., themes , ...

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Nov 5, 2008 ... The first major innovations in the development of the solo concerto were made by Antonio Vivaldi, who established the ritornello form: solo ...

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Even the earliest works called “concerto” feature a combination of .... He also developed a third type called ripieno concerto, which is somewhat similar to an ...

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Innovations in the concerto genre included expansion of its movements or ... of the primary elements of the concerto form developed in the seventeenth century4 .

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It was the three-movement solo concerto of the Vivaldi type, with the quick movements usually in ritornello form, that survived the Baroque period and developed ...

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Development. Solo instrument and orchestra develop theme through various keys relating to the tonic.