""If we sing, we are usually absolutely natural, especially Italian people” “you have to follow certain rules so people understand. And it's very easy"." Isabel Charisius
The work on the second and third movements of Franz Anton Hoffmeister's Viola Concerto is based
on the achievement of a certain sound quality characteristic of the musical style of that time. Some
technical aspects of achieving the set goals are considered in the process of this master class.
Attention is paid to the distribution of semantic loads in various fragments of the performed work.
The need to facilitate sound and remove excessive intellectualization is emphasized. The naturalness
of the melody is compared with the possibility of vocalization. The master points out the
immutability of the rules underlying the understanding of the intonational emotional message.
- To make practice mindful
- To produce sound from inside out. The final result will be reached by searching for methods
- To continue emotional state in pauses
- To use rhythmic patterns to improve the hard passages
- To interpolate the vocal singing on instrument playing.
- To follow certain rules in musical intonations to be clear for people.