Tchaikovsky re-composed Andante for his Violin Concerto. It was
Canzonetta was Italian vocal music originated around 16th century.
The Italian Renaissance canzonetta " La Mantovana ( Fuggi, fuggi, fuggi
) ... mi^la^ti^do^re^mi-mi^fa-fa_mi " was propagated throughout europe.
" My mistress is prettie " in Scotland, "Virgen de la Cueva ( Virgin
Cavern )" in Spain, "El Canto de los Pajaros ( Song of the Birds ) in
Catalonia, " Pod Krakowem (At Krakow ) " in Poland, " Fuchs, du hast die
Gans gestohlen ( Fox, You've Stolen the Goose ) " in Germany, " Kocka leze
dirou ( Cats Crawl through Holes ) " in Bohemia which was used for the
main theme of " The Moldau " by Smetana, " Kateryna Kucheryava ( Catherine
Curlyhaired ) " in Ukraina, and "Cucuruz cu frunza-n sus ( Corn with the
Leaf up ) " in Moldavia which became the Israeli national anthem "
In 17th century Canzonetta was adopted as instrumental pieces like
Buxtehude's organ works, but rare.
In 1829 20-year-Mendelssohn composed Canzonetta for the second movement
for Strng Quartet in E-flat major opus 12, later he created " Songs
Without Words" for piano.
The theme is " mi^la^ti^do^re^mi (
^fa_mi_do_ti^do_ti^do_ti^mi_do^re_ti^do ) ".
The key is G minor.
The Quartet was considered that it was dedicated to Carl Philipp
Heinrich Pistor's daughter Elisabeth " Betty " Pistor.
And Tchaikovsky's Canzonetta for Violin Concerto was written in G minor
and the theme is " mi^la^ti^do^re^mi-mi-mi-mi(tr)-mi^fa_mi_re♯^mi^so_fa_mi
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