By Ann C. Clements,Frank Abrahams,Joseph Abramo,Carlos Abril,Sarah Bartolome,Nancy Beitler,Ruth Boshkoff,Brenda Brenner,Lily Chen-Hafteck,Don Coffman,Mary L. Cohen,Megan Clay Constantine,Robert Gardner,Brent M. Gault,Beth Gibbs,Elizabeth M. Guerriero,Jonatha
By Léon Boëllmann
By the late Schenker Heinrich,William Drabkin
In the 1st 5 "issues" that make up Der Tonwille, Schenker analyzes piano sonatas via Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven, in addition to shorter works together with preludes through Bach and diverse classical keyboard items. the amount additionally comprises the 1st installments of a large-scale examine of Beethoven's 5th Symphony which, in universal with the various different essays provided right here, is made out of a close research of the ranking, a observation at the sketches and autograph and similar textual difficulties, comments on functionality, and a critique of the literature at the symphony. most importantly, the essays during this quantity are the 1st that constantly embody the concept that of "Urlinie" through coordinating an explanatory textual content with a "graph of the Urlinie" for every paintings mentioned. It additionally comprises the main wide expression of Schenker's outspoken philosophical, political, and inventive ideals, offering an enormous cultural standpoint from which to view his theoretical work.
Under the management of William Drabkin, a crew of well-regarded musicologists has produced this expert and lucid translation of Schenker's influential writings, a necessary source for English-reading musicologists and song theorists.
By Nathaniel Gunod
By Michael Thaut
By Simon Horsey
By Franz Joseph Haydn
By Gerry Wood
By Dr Biddle Ian
What does it suggest to think about Western paintings track - and the Austro-German contribution to that repertory - as a practice? How are males and masculinities implicated within the shaping of that culture? and the way is the writing of the historical past (or histories) of that culture formed by way of males and masculinities? This booklet seeks to reply to those and different questions via drawing either on quite a lot of German-language writings on track, sound and listening from the so-called lengthy 19th century (circa 1800-1918), and a number of critical-theoretical texts from the post-war continental philosophical and psychoanalytic traditions, together with Lacan, Žižek, Serres, Derrida and Kittler.
The ebook is focussed specifically on bringing the item of old writing itself into scrutiny by way of accomplishing what Žižek has referred to as a 'historicity' or a fashion of writing concerning the previous that no longer in simple terms recognizes the ahistorical kernel of old writing, yet brings that kernel into the sunshine of day, takes account of it and places it into play. The e-book is therefore devoted to one of those historic writing that's open-ended - even though no longer ideologically naïve - and that doesn't repair or stabilize the character of the connection among so-called 'primary' and 'secondary' texts.
The ebook contains an creation, which locations the research of classical song and the Austro-German culture inside broader debates concerning the price of that culture, and 4 vast case reports: an research of the cultural-historical type of listening round 1800; a detailed studying of A. B. Marx's Beethoven monograph of 1859; a attention of Heinrich Schenker's attitudes to the mob and the vernacular extra widely and an exam, via Franz Kafka, of the determine of Mahler's body.
By Ludwig van Beethoven,Stewart Gordon
Dr. Gordon discusses a number of themes together with Beethoven's lifestyles; the pianos of his time and their barriers; Beethoven's use of articulation, ornamentation, tempi; and the age-old problem of trying to verify the definitive interpretation of Beethoven's track. worthy functionality options, precious fingering feedback and decoration realizations are provided during this finished severe physique of Beethoven's sonatas. the place functionality suggestions are open to interpretation, different editors' conclusions are famous, allowing scholars and lecturers to make trained functionality decisions.
* Op. seventy nine ("Sonatine")
* Op. 81a
* Op. 90
* Op. 101
* Op. 106 ("Hammer-Klavier")
* Op. 109
* Op. 110
* Op. 111