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Schubert"s fingerprints

Susan Wollenberg

Schubert"s fingerprints

studies in the instrumental works

by Susan Wollenberg

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Published by Ashgate in Burlington, VT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History and criticism,
  • Instrumental music

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementSusan Wollenberg
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML410.S3 W64 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24828056M
    ISBN 109781409421221, 9781409434016
    LC Control Number2011010442


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Building on my recent work Schubert’s Fingerprints: Studies in the Instrumental Works, this chapter examines closely the stylistic ‘fingerprints’ evident in Schuberts fingerprints book piano, chamber and orchestral works.

The works referred to include the ‘Wanderer’ Fantasy, D ; the Impromptus for Piano, D No. 2 and No. 4; the Piano Duet Fantasy in F minor, D ; the G major Piano Sonata, D Author: Susan Wollenberg. Book description When Schubert's contemporary reviewers first heard his modulations, they famously claimed that they were excessive, odd and Schuberts fingerprints book.

This book argues that these claims have haunted the analysis of Schubert's harmony ever since, outlining why Schubert's music occupies a curiously marginal position in the history of music theory. Hans-Joachim Hinrichsen: Is there a Late Style in Schubert's Oeuvre.

Walter Durr: Compositional Strategies of late Schubert; 3. William Kinderman: Franz Schubert's 'New Style' and the Legacy of Beethoven; 4. Susan Wollenberg: From Song to Instrumental Style: Some Schubert 'Fingerprints' 5. Fingerprints is an excellent read, especially for readers who watch CSI, Criminal Minds, Law and Order, the History channel and the Nature Schuberts fingerprints book Discovery channels.

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Analyzing Schubert traces how critics, analysts and. Offering fresh approaches to Schubert's instrumental and vocal works and their reception, this book argues that the music that the composer produced from –8 is central to a paradigm shift in the Schuberts fingerprints book of music during the nineteenth century.

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BEETHOVEN AND SCHUBERT ©, Paul Reid. Two of the world’s greatest composers lived in the same small city for thirty-one years, the entire life of the younger man.

In Rethinking Schubert, today's leading Schubertians offer fresh perspectives on the composer's importance and our perennial fascination with him. Subjecting recurring issues in historical, biographical and analytical research to renewed scrutiny, the twenty-two chapters yield new insights into Schubert, his music, his influence and his legacy, and broaden the interpretative context for the.

Schubert's Unfinished symphony: should we resist closure. Nikolaus Harnoncourt believes that Schubert failed to finish his 8th symphony because ‘there is simply nothing else to say’. the fingerprint of the author. The seal was used to show authorship and to prevent tampering prior to the document reaching the intended reader.

It is generally recognized that it was both the fingerprint and the name that gave the document authenticity. The fingerprint impressed into the clay seal is a definiteFile Size: 2MB. In Rethinking Schubert, today's leading Schubertians offer fresh perspectives on the composer's importance and our perennial fascination with ting recurring issues in historical, biographical and analytical research to renewed scrutiny, the twenty-two chapters yield new insights into Schubert, his music, his influence and his legacy, and broaden the interpretative context for the Author: Lorraine Byrne Bodley.

Throughout the book, poetic and musical texts are discussed in their historical context, and in the overall context of Beethoven’s life and music. It is anticipated that this book, like its predecessor The Schubert Song Companion, will encourage the performance and study of an important but comparatively neglected aspect of the work of the.

The String Quartet No. 13 in A minor (the Rosamunde Quartet), DOp. 29, was written by Franz Schubert between February and March It dates roughly to the same time as his monumental Death and the Maiden Quartet, emerging around three years after his previous attempt to write for the string quartet genre, the Quartettsatz, Dthat he never finished.

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Rethinking Schubert. Edited by Lorraine Byrne Bodley and Julian Horton. New York: Oxford University Press, [xxi, p. ISBN (hardcover), $74; ISBN (e-book), varies.]. This book explores Schubert's stylistic traits in a series of chapters each discussing an individual ‘fingerprint’ with case studies drawn principally from the piano and chamber : WILLIAM DRABKIN.

Schubert's German Dances and Ecossaises: O for One Piano, Four Hands (Kjos Contemporary Combo Series) # Wp97 by Franz Schubert and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Par 5 The present paper continues that line of research by proposing two Mozart fingerprints.

Much of the theoretical background was already detailed in the Schubert paper (Nettheim, ibid), so it will be covered a little less fully here.

As two composers, Schubert and Mozart, have now been studied in this way, systematic comparison between them. Auf dem Wasser zu singen (To sing on the water), D.

is a Lied composed by Franz Schubert inbased on the poem of the same name by Friedrich Leopold zu Stolberg-Stolberg. The text describes a scene on the water from the perspective of the narrator who is in a boat, and delves into the narrator's reflections on the passing of time.

A fuller engagement with work of other Schubert scholars would have been welcome here—major studies by Suzannah Clark (Analyzing Schubert (Cambridge, )), Susan Wollenberg (Schubert’s Fingerprints (London, )), and David Damschroder (Harmony in Schubert (Cambridge, )) are cited in the preface, along with Julian Horton’s Author: Christopher Tarrant.

The article reviews several books including "Analyzing Schubert," by Suzannah Clark, "Vanishing Sensibilities: Schubert, Beethoven, Schumann," by Kristina Muxfeldt and "Schubert's Fingerprints: Studies in the Instrumental Works," by Susan : Geoffrey Block.

One of the most absorbing pieces in the Morgan Library display is Schubert's Fantasia in G for piano-four hands, which is apparently his earliest known work (D.

1 in the Deutsch catalogue). A fuller engagement with work of other Schubert scholars would have been welcome here—major studies by Suzannah Clark (Analyzing Schubert(Cambridge, )), Susan Wollenberg (Schubert's Fingerprints(London, )), and David Damschroder (Harmony in Schubert(Cambridge, )) are cited in the preface, along with Julian Horton's article Author: Christopher Tarrant.

Susan Wollenberg, Schuberťs Fingerprints: Studies in the Instrumental Works (Farnham: Ashgate, ). xviii + pp. £ ISBN: (hb). Susan Wollenberg's premise in her recent book is that Schubert's music is characterised by several stylistic traits, or 'fingerprints'.

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