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Larry Todd has called "Mendelssohn's Ossianic Manner," after a group of supposedly ancient Celtic poems that were the rage in Europe during the first half of the 19th century.
They later turned out to be brilliant 18th-century forgeries by James Macpherson. In addition to the well-known Hebrides Overture also known as Fingal's Cav e and the " Scottish " Symphony, this group comprises other, less famous works such as the piano fantasy Op. Another related work is the " Ossian " Overture by Danish composer Niels Gade , a friend of both Schumann and Mendelssohn. The " Italian " Symphony was withdrawn by the composer after the first performance and never published during his lifetime.
It remained unknown even to Mendelssohn's close friend Robert Schumann, who in listened to the premiere of the " Scottish " Symphony under the impression that it was the " Italian. Despite this rather serious slip-up, Schumann, one of the outstanding German music critics of the day, wrote perceptively about the new work. He did not fail to notice the most important structural novelty in the symphony, namely the great "inner homogeneity of all four movements. In an interesting and innovative move, the composer dispensed with pauses between the movements, which follow one another in a most seamless fashion.
The first movement opens with a solemn introduction that Mendelssohn first jotted down when visiting the palace of Holyrood where Mary Stuart had been crowned Queen of Scotland, and where her lover David Rizzio had been murdered. Between its two appearances, there is an agitated Allegro whose "Northern" features have already been mentioned. Its grimmest moment comes near the end, in a coda of Beethovenian proportions where we can feel some strong squalls of wind that seem to recall the fourth movement of Beethoven's Sixth.
The second movement's pentatonic melody has been likened to a Scottish bagpipe tune it even includes the so-called " Scotch snap " , although Mendelssohn, if his letters are any indication, was not exactly a fan of Gaelic folk music. May ten thousand devils take all folklore. Here I am in Wales, and oh how lovely, a harpist sits in the lobby of every inn of repute playing so-called folk melodies at you—i..
The exact composition history of the " Scottish " symphony has not yet been reconstructed. The orchestration of the cantilena melody becomes fuller and fuller with each return. In a prefatory note to the score, Mendelssohn characterized the four movements slightly differently than he did in the score itself; the most interesting discrepancy is in the last movement Allegro vivacissimo in the score , which he referred to as Allegro guerriero "warlike Allegro".
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