Campagnoli, Bartolomeo – 41 Caprices Op 22 for Viola – Arranged by Bartolomeo Campagnoli – 7 Divertimenti, Op 18 – Violin – edited by Enrico Polo – Ricordi. Campagnoli, Bartolomeo – 41 Caprices Op 22 for Viola – Arranged by $ Fuchs, Lillian – 16 Fantasy Etudes – Viola solo – International Edition | The very first chord in particular, with the extended fourth finger, is just barely playable for me on a inch viola. However, after clearing the hurdles, I’ve.

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The Campagnoli Project

My favorite part of the piece is the coda, from mm. Newer Post Older Post Home. As I work through these caprices, I find that even in the simpler ones, Campagnoli usually violla to throw in some monkey wrench just for the …. They are important etudes for the viola because they are original for the instrument, and they are rewarding to vipla.

Retrieved from ” https: He also has a number of compositions to his name, notably:. One thing I admire in this piece is the harmonic rhythm and flow, created out of large building blocks one chord per measure.

With the long slurs, the focus in this piece is definitely on the left hand. At measuresthe last beat of the measure follows with continuous eighth-notes, which creates the musical equivalent of a run-on sentence. However, after clearing the hurdles, I’ve decided it’s one of my favorite caprices. In each, I found that besides the obvious challenge of hitting the right note, I also tended to try to leave it early – even if I nailed it. There isn’t much known about Campagnoli, though I did read somewhere that he was one of Rodolphe Kreutzer’s teachers, and it is certainly possible that Campagnoli learned some of his craft from Tartini, either through personal contact or through his music.


I used to think that Kreutzer might have been one of the few violinists who had the publication because of fampagnoli Bach-inspired his 37th Caprice sounds.

The voices are distinct enough that they could function on their own. I think you solved it.

At the beginning, each measure has a period at the end: In he was appointed kapellmeister to the bishop of Freising in Bavaria. Measures are a perfect example: Bartolomeo Campagnoli published his Opus 22 Capricci for solo viola in Leipzig in Then there’s his 5th Caprice: In he published Metodo per Violinoa treatise on violin playing; it can be regarded as demonstrating the style of a transitional period between the Baroque and Classical era.

I found it most helpful to emphasize the bottom note of each chord, to keep the line going and also to keep my bow and left hand on the from getting distracted by other technical complications.

Batolomeo Campagnoli – Caprices (41) Op. 22 viola

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jumping back and forth between the G biola A string, or the C and D string, requires a quick and adept adjustment in arm weight to make the string speak properly. He has done an amazing job with the audio and video: Here’s a link to the first publication of the Campagnoli Capricesand one to the publication of the Kreutzer Caprices.

He obtained a post at the court of the Duke of Courland in Dresden in Bartolomeo Campagnoli September 10, — November 6, was an Italian violinist and composer. Furthermore, if Campagnoli wants a fingering that takes you out of first position, he will usually indicate it.

While retaining this post he undertook tours; he toured Sweden in where in Stockholm he was elected a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Music ; in toured European cities, mainly in Germany and Austria. He wrote in his diary, “His method, it is true, is of the old school; but his play is voila and finished. During Campagnoli’s time in Leipzig, the violinist and composer Louis Spohrvisiting the city where he was fampagnoli give a concert, heard Campagnoli play a violin concerto by Rodolphe Kreutzer.


viooa Music is campagnpli mystery for people who play it, write it, listen to it, and write about it. Now my modern flute spends most of its time tucked away in a drawer, while my violin, viola, and my viola d’amore are often tucked under my chin.

Posted by Elaine Fine at Notice how they even break apart into a dialogue at m. The key of E Major sounds mellow, rich, and joyful.

Bartolomeo Campagnoli – Wikipedia

This is because often, you jump from the C string to the D string, or the G to the A, and the left hand has to adjust across the fingerboard. He studied the violin locally, firstly in Bolognaand then from in Modena with Paul Guastarobba, who had studied with the noted violinist Giuseppe Tartini. Ironically, staying in first position makes intonation more difficult. So my son just finished up the 5th Campagnoli caprice, and I could never figure out why it sounded so relatively Bach-like.

This makes me wonder if it it was Campagnoli and not Kreutzer or David who was the 19th-century’s first window to the solo violin music of Johann Sebastian Campagnolii. These beautiful “aria” caprices seem to point toward the aria style that was developing in Italian opera.

I want to take a moment here to thank Riverside Church for providing the inspiring space. In he went to Rome and played in the orchestra of the Teatro Argentina. Campagnoli was a campagboli violinist who toured Europe propagating the 18th Century Italian violin style. In Florence he also played in the orchestra of the Teatro della Pergola.

Elaine Fine I am active as a composera violist, a violinist, a recorder player, and as a teacher.