Mozart 3 Cadenza and Etudes
Soo...I'm working on Mozart's third violin concerto, and I'm learning the Franko cadenza. At the very end, it has double stops where both notes are trilled. Does anybody have any tips on how to practice these? I would also like some tips on how to develop a faster trill. Oh, and I am not really doing any etudes right now (I deserve a spanking). What etudes books should I use, that would help me develop good technique for Mozart 3?
You can omit the trill on the bottom. It is insane difficult. Unnecessary tension in your left hand, or a less-than-optimal hand position, may be causing problems with trills.
Yeah. The Only other time ive seen those crazy double stop trills is in paganini caprices. I'll take that into consideration with my teacher. Thanks.
Scales, scales in broken thirds, scales in double-stopped thirds. The more fluent you become in the latter, the less crazy trilling in double-stopped thirds will seem!
There is not a fast-and-easy way to deal with to those double-stop trills. Jean's approach really sounds best but it's not an overnight fix. Most students I have heard play the Franko cadenza only trill the upper note. You could switch to the Flesch cadenza but I think that one is significantly harder.
I assume the double-stop is 3rd and you are trilling from (13) to (24)? If that is the case here is an exercise my teacher taught me: starting from (13), then you do the following pattern (13)-(23)-(24)-(14)-(13)..... (Doing this pattern helps with finger independence and intonation.) First do it slowly such as each double stop is a quarter note. Then you speed it up to eight notes, then 16th notes. Afterwards attempt the trill.
I didn't know there was a flesch cadenza for mozart 3? Where can I listen to it?
What adbout etudes? Which etude books should I get that could improve my technique for the piece?
Kreutzer 41 has double stop trills in thirds.
Harrison, why doesn't your teacher assign you etudes?
Maybe he’s a Schipps acolyte;)
Lydia, I don't really know. Maybe I'll ask him. I don't really know why he wouldn't. Then only etude books that he has given me is a melodious double-stops book. If you're wondering, it doea not have any trills.
Paganini Caprice No. 3 is full of double-stopped trills. The trills in that caprice are in octaves. That is scary.
Hello friends. I will take the graduate exam soon. mozart violin concerto no 3 (sam franko) I need a cadenza note.