Manual Violin Concerto No. 2 - Full Score

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In composing it, Prokofiev used some themes he had already been collecting with the violin piece in mind.

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Although both pieces have three movements, the first two the Second Concerto—each about ten minutes in length—are relatively slow. The First Concerto has faster tempos including a Precipitous Vivacissimo than the Second, and puts greater emphasis on velocity and the flashy technical dexterity in the solo part. But what is most different about the Second Concerto is its predominantly cantilena character: its melodies are some of the most beautiful, flowing and lyrical that Prokofiev ever wrote.

Nor does he cut them short, impatient with emotional display, as he did in many of his earlier compositions—including, to some extent, the First Violin Concerto. Particularly witty and original is the use of percussion—including castanets, triangle, bass drum and snare drum—in the concluding movement.

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Perhaps to break the lyrical spell of the opening movements, the concerto comes to an abrupt end with an ascending run in eighth notes—tumultuoso—in the solo part. The First Concerto does precisely the opposite, ending with an ethereal return to it fragile opening theme to counterbalance the predominating speed and aggressiveness of what has come before.

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Ewen, David. Encyclopedia of Concert Music. Allegro moderato This emphasis on broad lyricism is immediately apparent in the expressive song for solo violin unaccompanied with which the first movement opens. Later on, the solo violin also presents the second, equally lyrical subject. In the development the main theme appears in the lower strings of the orchestra after which the solo violin takes up the second theme.