The middle section presents an impassioned and powerful climax. The finale, Allegro molto , with its dramatic, singing melodies, in many respects resembles the opening movement both in mood and tone. This is a major work of the first order which should have taken its place in the standard repertoire and no doubt would have, had the Russian Revolution not shoved it and many other first rate Russian works into oblivion. We heartily recommend it to professionals and amateurs alike.
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We are fully transported to a faraway world by the Largo movement III. It gazes at the most distant horizons, but is delivered with an echo of the past. A new idea arrives, as if summoned from afar. The last bars seem to convey a tone of farewell, pointing to the other side.
The Allegro finale brings the listener back down to earth. In its tempo, movement, gesture and vigour, it is quite simply riveting.
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In this dialogue, the two instruments play equal roles. The opening theme, which is also the principal subject, appears in various guises, even though this is a rondo. This rondo finale has a gradational character. As the narrative unfolds, the tension mounts, and the opening theme undergoes successive modifications. The episodes are quite extraordinary, like visitors from another world. The initially timid melody gains self-confidence when repeated.
Given to two-note chords in the cello part, it sounds as if it were written by Brahms.
Towards the end of the rondo, the theme of the episode returns in a different guise. The music of the finale swings along in the lively tempo and rhythm of a tarantella. One of the themes also displays tarantella-like melodic features. And with this precipitous theme, sounding no longer in the melancholy G minor, but in the bright G major, Chopin concludes his final sonata.
The first movement was omitted. He was followed by others.
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