Pianist Emil Breslauer of the 19th century was the first to draw attention to the similarity of these strains with the first five bars of the sixth movement of Beethoven's C sharp minor quartet, op.
15 in D-flat major ("Raindrop"), Frédéric Chopin switches from D-flat major to C-sharp minor for the middle section in the parallel minor, while in his "Fantaisie-Impromptu" and Scherzo No.
Sergei Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C-sharp minor (...), Op.
Schytte composed a "Piano Concerto in C-sharp minor, Opus 28", and a "Sonata in B-flat", among numerous other piano works.
His chief opponent was Thomas C. Sharp, an anti-Mormon Whig candidate.
In 1985 he gave the UK premiere of Erich Wolfgang Korngold's Piano Concerto in C-sharp for the Left Hand.
He is also known to have given Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor, Op. 27/2, its famous nickname "Moonlight Sonata".
The chromatic structures are sometimes surprising, as in the beginning of "La mia doglia s'avanza", whose opening chords move from G minor to F-sharp major then D minor and finally C-sharp major, commencing a series of descending chromatic figures.
Robert C. Sharp, Sharp Chapel was completed on November 27, 1959.
Richard Taruskin describes here how "the first violins, entering immediately after the C sharp, are made palpably to totter for two bars".
The key of C-sharp minor is a difficult one for the violin.
The resulting pitch is somewhere between C and C sharp.
, and sounds in C sharp.
The second waltz is in the enharmonic parallel minor key of C-sharp minor.
She wrote the "Gaelic Symphony" (1896) and the Piano Concerto in C-sharp minor.
In music, arithmetic modulo 12 is used in the consideration of the system of twelve-tone equal temperament, where octave and enharmonic equivalency occurs (that is, pitches in a 1:2 or 2:1 ratio are equivalent, and C-sharp is considered the same as D-flat).
Cobb, which is based on Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C-sharp minor, and Harry Alford's "Lucy's Sextette" based on the sextet, 'Chi mi frena in tal momento?
Some 1960s electronic organs used reverse colors or gray sharps or naturals to indicate the lower part (or parts) of a single keyboard divided into two parts, each controlling a different registration or sound.
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