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 Re: Copland Cadenza Interpretation?
Author: mrn 
Date:   2008-10-07 22:44

orchestr wrote:

<<So, going back to the Brazillian element, I have a big question. As we all know, Copland said, "a phrase from a currently popular Brazilian tune, heard by me in Rio, became embedded in the secondary material." Does anyone know what this "popular" Brazilian tune was?>>

I wish I knew. I'll bet somebody in Brazil knows, though. :)

Here's an interesting quote from Copland that gives further support to the argument that the Clarinet Concerto ought to be played "straight":

"Some of the second movement material represents an unconscious fusion of elements obviously related to North and South American popular music: Charleston rhythms, boogie woogie, and Brazilian folk tunes."

All three of these musical genres are usually played with straight (or almost straight) eighths. They're not swing.

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