Breaking down Enesco's "Cantabile et Presto" and Karg-Elert's "Sinfonische Kanzone"

Demarre McGill

Flute

Breaking down Enesco's "Cantabile et Presto" and Karg-Elert's "Sinfonische Kanzone"

Demarre McGill

Flute

13 lessons

02:40h Total Length

5

Breaking down Enesco's "Cantabile et Presto" and Karg-Elert's "Sinfonische Kanzone"

13 lessons

02:40h Total Length

5

In this masterclass, Demarre McGill, Principal Flute of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, breaks down two musical pieces from the early 20th century,“Cantabile et Presto” by Enesco and “Sinfonische Kanzone” by Karg-Elert.

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What’s in the masterclass

1. Introduction

Meet Demarre McGill, leading soloist, recitalist, chamber and orchestral musician. Winner of the Avery Fisher Career Grant, he has appeared soloist with and held principal positions with many orchestras around the country, and is now Principal Flute of The Seattle Symphony, and Associate Professor of Flute at the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music. A native of Chicago, he began studying the flute at age 7 and attended the Merit School of Music. In the years that followed, until he left Chicago, he studied with Susan Levitin. He received his Bachelor's degree from the Curtis Institute of Music and a Master Degree at the Julliard School.

Duration 00:07h

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2. Christine Choi rendition of the “Sinfonische Kanzone”

Christine Shoi plays Karg-Elert's “Sinfonische Kanzone” under the guidance of Demarre McGill. German composer Sigfrid Karg-Elert (1877-1933) was most well known for his organ and harmonium compositions, but wrote over twenty works for flute. The majority were inspired by his friendship with Carl Bartuzăt, principal flutist with the Gewandhaus Orchestra, including the "Sinfonische Kanzone," which was composed in 1917 while serving alongside Bartuzăt as regimental musicians during World War I.

Duration 00:09h

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3. Breaking down of “Sinfonische Kanzone” by Demarre McGill – Part 1

Demarre McGill breaks down the “Sinfonische Kanzone” by Sigfrid Karg-Elert

Duration 00:18h

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4. Breaking down of “Sinfonische Kanzone” by Demarre McGill – Part 2

Demarre McGill breaks down the “Sinfonische Kanzone” by Sigfrid Karg-Elert

Duration 00:22h

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5. Breaking down of “Sinfonische Kanzone” by Demarre McGill – Part 3

Demarre McGill breaks down the “Sinfonische Kanzone” by Sigfrid Karg-Elert

Duration 00:10h

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6. Breaking down of “Sinfonische Kanzone” by Demarre McGill – Part 4

Demarre McGill breaks down the “Sinfonische Kanzone” by Sigfrid Karg-Elert

Duration 00:13h

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7. Breaking down of “Sinfonische Kanzone” by Demarre McGill – Part 5

Demarre McGill breaks down the “Sinfonische Kanzone” by Sigfrid Karg-Elert

Duration 00:04h

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8. Listen to Hunter O'Brien rendition of the “Cantabile et Presto” first movement

Hunter O’Brien plays the first movement of “Cantabile et Presto” under the supervision of Demarre McGill. This piece has been written by Enesco, one of the most important Romanian composer as well as violinist, pianist, conductor, and teacher.

Duration 00:04h

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9. Breaking down of “Cantabile et Presto” by Demarre McGill – Part 1

Demarre McGill breaks down the first movement of “Cantabile et Presto” by Enesco

Duration 00:16h

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10. Breaking down of “Cantabile et Presto” by Demarre McGill – Part 2

Demarre McGill breaks down the first movement of “Cantabile et Presto” by Enesco

Duration 00:22h

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11. Listen to Hunter O'Brien's rendition of the “Cantabile et Presto” second movement

Listen to Hunter O'Brien's rendition of the "Cantabile et Presto" under the guidance of Demarre McGill.
George Enesco (1881-1955) was born in Romania and quickly distinguished as a child musical prodigy for his talents on violin.
After studying in Vienna, he would go on to learn composition at the Paris Conservatoire, and as part of the examination jury, composed several pieces for this purpose, including the "Cantabile et Presto." He is still considered one of Romania's most highly regarded musicians.

Duration 00:03h

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12. Breaking down of “Cantabile et Presto” by Demarre McGill – Part 1

Demarre McGill breaks down the second movement of “Cantabile et Presto” by Enesco

Duration 00:10h

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13. Breaking down of “Cantabile et Presto” by Demarre McGill – Part 2

Demarre McGill breaks down the second movement of “Cantabile et Presto” by Enesco

Duration 00:19h

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Filmed and produced at THE DIMENNA CENTER

In November 2008, Orchestra of St. Luke purchased a 20,000+ square-foot space in Midtown Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, in a building shared with the Baryshnikov Arts Center. An exceptional project leadership team—including H3 Hardy Collaboratio

Filmed and produced at THE DIMENNA CENTER

In November 2008, Orchestra of St. Luke purchased a 20,000+ square-foot space in Midtown Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, in a building shared with the Baryshnikov Arts Center. An exceptional project leadership team—including H3 Hardy Collaboratio

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