Barok Dönem ve Klasik Dönem Flüt Konçertolarının Dil Tekniği Açısından Karşılaştırmalı Olarak İncelenmesi
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In these studies that I've showed I wanted to make a difference between the tongue techniques in baroque and Classic concertos. Besides that, I made a difference about the forms, the techniques and styles used in these concertos in this two eras. For this researching I chose one of the typical baroque Concertos of Vivaldi Rv 439 Nr. 2 ''La Notte''. I choose this concerto because the form and the dynamics of this concerto make a difference. Also the tongue technique here is used in an appropriate way. This Concerto is different because this is the only one that is in a minor key (G-minor) and the only one that has more movements, (6 movements) unlike other Vivaldi Concertos. The simplicity, dynamics, variety, and rhythm are major traits that make this concerto more special. For the classical Concerto I chose one of the most famous concertos written for flute, Mozart D-major. K 314. In the beginning this concerto was written for oboe (C-major) than Mozart wrote it in another key for flute (D-major). In the classical era the number of the concerto movements, the dynamics and the perception of the standard concert changed. Mozart was one of the first composers to change the ultimatum of the classical concert. To play this concerto first we have to understand Mozart's style. The using of the ornaments, the way of playing staccato, even the lyric part (example; the second movement of the concerto) the virtuosity and the playfulness that this concerto has the ability to give is what makes it unique.