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Now there's a newer version of events surrounding the Violin Concerto — and a new character in the story. This is the tale of a commission intended as a vanity project, disrupted by events in Europe and then hijacked by a violin teacher, who saw his big chance to make a name for himself.
Samuel Barber attended the newly opened Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia in the s where he met the young violinist Iso Briselli, who'd just moved to the States to study and was being sponsored in the US by a wealthy industrialist Samuel S. Fels and his wife Jennie. Barber's career after graduation was equally successful, with some highly acclaimed early works including choral pieces and chamber works, notably the String Quartet with its beautiful second movement adagio — now, a hit in its own right.
As a fellow Philadelphian, and student friend, Barber was the recommended choice of composer when Fels decided that his young Russian born charge, Briselli, was ready for a showpiece which would cement his reputation.
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Barber, Briselli and the Fels got together in May , and negotiations were opened on the new work, including the duration, number of movements and crucially, the fee and exclusivity rights for Briselli. Barber received half his fee in advance, and went to Switzerland in the summer of '39 to start work.
But the outbreak of war intervened, and as Americans were being urged to leave Europe, Barber planned his journey back to Philadelphia. Barber went to work on his composition at the family lodge on Lake Pocono, and by mid October, the first two movements were with Briselli.
When the finale was submitted, it was apparently condemned as unplayable! Now we know this is a convenient shorthand for a much more convoluted series of conversations, views and opinions. It now appears that Briselli did actually like the first two movements when he received them, although he did encourage Barber to consider a more virtuosic finale.
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