G. Tartini's Violin Concerto in D Minor (D. 45) - An Analytical Attempt Regarding Time and Space

  • Andrej Rijavec

Abstract

The paper deals with the Violin Concerto in D Minor (D. 45) by Giuseppe Tartini. The composition is typical of his third period of creativity. The study represents an attempt to analyze or rather interpret Tartini's approach to composition in a single example by taking into account the co-ordinates of time and space as well as the theoretical views of his period. The results obtained corroborate the hitherto synthetically expressed evaluation of the work by this eighteenth-century Piran-Paduan composer.

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Published
1992-12-01
How to Cite
RijavecA. (1992). G. Tartini’s Violin Concerto in D Minor (D. 45) - An Analytical Attempt Regarding Time and Space. Musicological Annual, 28(1), 47-58. https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.28.1.47-58
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