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Background[ edit ] Early years and influences[ edit ] Kabalevsky was elected vice president of the ISME in , during the 8th conference meeting held in Dijon, France. For example, he was awarded the Order of Lenin for his contribution to Russian music education.
As a result, Kabalevsky did not stray too far from traditional Russian music in his cello concertos. This style came about during the inter-war period , where innovation in music was less desirable and where tradition took precedence. Throughout time, concertos have varied in their form and instrumentation but the most traditional and commonly used structure is three movements, following a pattern of the first being fast, the second slow and the third fast again usually faster than the first movement.
A standard orchestral accompaniment in a concerto consists of string, woodwind, brass and percussion sections. Cello Concerto No. The first section is an Allegro, which means "fast and lively". It is followed by the second movement which is a Largo, meaning "slow" and was dedicated to fallen Russian soldiers in World Wars 1 and 2.
The third movement is an Allegro molto, meaning "very swift". His use of melody and harmonic structure also followed tradition. Kabalevsky was generally praised by his audiences because of this and received a mostly positive reception to his neoclassic style.
These pieces are generally considered to be written for music tutors rather than students, as his other concertos were.
The instrumentation of the orchestral accompaniment to the solo cello is fairly standard, except for the inclusion of the alto saxophone. Unlike Cello Concerto No.
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