Six Metamorphoses after Ovid, op. 49, by Benjamin Britten, Britten composed this work for solo oboe for the oboist Joy Boughton who premiered the piece. Metamorphoses after Britten are just that: four miniatures, each inspired by one of Benjamin Britten’s Six Metamorphoses after Ovid for solo oboe. Benjamin Britten. Metamorphoses (6) after Ovid, for oboe solo, Op. Composition Information ↓; Description ↓; Parts/Movements ↓; Appears On ↓.

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Master of the Oboe: The work concludes with a “pleasant and meandering” representation of beauty and flow.

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List of compositions by Benjamin Britten Category: British Music for Solo Oboe. Britten ‘s only work for solo oboe takes Ovid’s famous literary work by the same name as its starting point. This page was last edited on 26 Septemberat The next real concert piece after the Metamorphoses would be the Sonata for cello and piano of Drinking Hanging Out In Btitten.

These six pieces, written in Britten’s later style, demonstrate the musical metamorphoses which always fascinated Britten.

Six Metamorphoses After Ovid, op. 49 – oboe

By virtue of the music being written for a solo instrument, Britten allows the performer licence to be highly expressive. Interlude in A Minor Op.


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InBritten was primarily concerned with writing his opera Billy Budd. Pan, for instance, is written without a time signature. Views Read Edit View history. AllMusic Featured Composition Noteworthy.

Six Metamorphoses after Ovid Op. The music of the first metamorphosis echoes the “free-spirited” character of its titular figure: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Jazz Latin New Age. Brihten Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The four-part fourth metamorphosis reflects the atmosphere of a drunken feast or festival.

Yet, upon further acquaintance with the music, it becomes clear that it is these very restrictions that attracted Britten to the instrument and which allow his melodic and harmonic metamorphoses to take center stage, unfolding with great clarity. When Wind Comes to Sparse Bamboo.

Metamorphoses after Britten

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Related Links Britten Page. After a musical portrayal of Bacchus, Britten moves on to the appropriately reflective tale of Narcissus and finally to the waterlogged cellular variations of Ovid’s Arethusa. Certainly one might well wonder, upon first encountering the Metamorphoses, why Britten chose an instrument as seemingly limited as the oboe.

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Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Benjamin Britten ‘s Six Metamorphoses for oboe solo, Op. Britten turned for inspiration to Ovid, the exiled Roman poet who died in 17 A.

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Share on facebook twitter tumblr. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. The work focuses six episodes into musical sequences that give full expression to both Britten ‘s melodic ingenuity and the oboe’s expressive range, which is expanded to include far more than just traditional technical idioms and coloristic possibilities.

It is dedicated to oboist Joy Boughtondaughter of Benjamin Britten’s friend and fellow composer Rutland Boughtonwho gave the first performance at the Aldeburgh Festival on 14 June However rich in tone, it is basically without extensive change in color throughout its two-and-a-half octave range and is generally monophonic.