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concierto en Varsovia Richard Addinsell. By Teodor Cardona. 17 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Warsaw Concerto ()Richard Addinsell, Kenneth Alwyn, Royal.
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One commentator has suggested that the Warsaw Concerto is the most significant instrumental work written in Britain during the war, still conjuring up a time and place better than any other piece.
The opening of the work is heard when the two protagonists meet, and it is further developed when they are on their honeymoon. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
John Huntley defines the term as a “piece of context film music which was duly recorded and edited into the finished film”. The composer, Richard Addinsellwas born in London and initially studied law before turning to a career in music. The concerto is written in imitation of the style of Sergei Addinslel.
It initiated a trend for similar short piano concertos in the Romantic style, which have been dubbed “tabloid concertos”. Stefan speaks of the piece later in the film: It is the opening of his Warsaw Concertoat this point a work in progress, and the first line conciegto says to her is, “It is not safe to be out alone when the moon is so bright” referring to cohcierto moonlight bombing raids.
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And, indeed, this melody is always associated with Carol. The themes are found as underscoring throughout addijsell film, and in this way a brief concert piece gains a dramatic resonance that belies its small scale.
The concerto was not part of the original plan. Only one movement was actually written by Addinsell.
The associations which individual members of the audience may have in relation to a certain piece of well-known music are quite beyond the control of the director of a film in which it is used…. Within the context of its story, Dangerous Moonlight is also effective in creating the impression of a larger work written and performed by the film’s fictional composer and pianist.
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And so with Dangerous Moonlight it was rightly decided to have a piece of music specially written, that could be used conciertoo become associated in the mind of the audience with Poland, air raids in Warsaw, and whatever the director wanted to suggest.
Views Read Edit View history. That’s why I can’t finish it”. He wrote the music for the film Goodbye, Mr.
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After an air raid in Warsaw by the German army, he is discovered by an American reporter, Carol Peters Addinsel, Graypractising the piano in a bombed-out building. Boydell Press, Dangerous Moonlight takes place at the start of World War II and tells the story of a Polish concert pianist and composer, Stefan Radecki Anton Walbrook who defends his country by becoming a fighter pilot.
But finish it he does. The concerto is an example of programme musicrepresenting both the struggle for Addiinsell and the romance of the leading characters in the film.
Finally, in the only extended concert sequence, we are given the closing section. It’s the story of the two cincierto us in Warsaw, of us in America, of us in … where else I don’t know.
When snatches of the Concerto are first played, one character tells another, “I’ve got the records”, and when the “premiere” is shown, we are provided with a close-up of the program, Warsaw Concertowith three movements listed. Chipsthe original Gaslight released innot to be confused with the later Hollywood versionScroogeand Dangerous Moonlightalso released in the US as Suicide Squadron.
The off-screen piano part was played by Louis Kentnera fine British musician known for his performances conckerto Franz Lisztbut he had insisted that there be no on-screen credit, for fear that his participation in a popular entertainment would harm his classical reputation.
Addinssell from ” https: This page was last edited on 21 Decemberat According to Roy Douglasat that time orchestrator for all of Addinsell’s scores: Gazing intently at Carol and disclosing “something lovely you’ve just given me”, he introduces the lyrical second theme of the Concerto.
Palgrave Macmillan, Similar to the way that Rachmaninoff returns to his second theme in his Second Piano Concerto, the “Carol” melody is used, not only to bind together the emotional strands of the drama, but to bring the Concerto to a triumphant conclusion. But its use is not restricted to scenes with the “composer” at the piano.