Noun(1) a fast movement (usually in triple time
(1) The symphony takes the idea through a more classically-oriented structure: an opening allegro, a slow movement, a scherzo , and a dead-march finale.(2) On the other hand, I tend to judge on the basis of the opening movement and the slow one, rather than of the scherzo and the choral finale.(3) The trio's third movement is a scherzo , full of fleeting and magical tunes very reminiscent of the Midsummer's Night Dream overture, a piece that Mendelssohn wrote when he was just 17.(4) Allusion to the trio, as in some of Beethoven's symphonic scherzos , briefly turns up in the coda.(5) Often, at pedagogy conferences, we witness prodigiously talented fourteen-year-olds taking a master lesson in huge pieces like Prokofiev sonatas or Chopin scherzos .
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