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Chamber music

About: Chamber music is a research topic. Over the lifetime, 562 publications have been published within this topic receiving 2867 citations.


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01 Jan 2007
TL;DR: Part I Contexts: 1 Introduction to Schumann: life stories Beate Perrey 2 Life and literature, poetry and philosophy: Robert Schumann's aesthetics of music Ulrich Tadday 3 Schumann heroes: Schubert, Beethoven, Bach Nicholas Marston Part II Works: 4 The piano music I: a world of images John Daverio 5 the piano music II: afterimages Laura Tunbridge 6 Why sing? Lieder and song cycles Jonathan Dunsby 7 The chamber music Linda Roesner 8 Novel symphonies and dramatic overtures Scott
Abstract: Part I Contexts: 1 Introduction to Schumann: life stories Beate Perrey 2 Life and literature, poetry and philosophy: Robert Schumann's aesthetics of music Ulrich Tadday 3 Schumann's heroes: Schubert, Beethoven, Bach Nicholas Marston Part II Works: 4 The piano music I: a world of images John Daverio 5 The piano music II: afterimages Laura Tunbridge 6 Why sing? Lieder and song cycles Jonathan Dunsby 7 The chamber music Linda Roesner 8 Novel symphonies and dramatic overtures Scott Burnham 9 The concertos Joseph Kerman 10 Dramatic stage and choral works Liz Paley Part III Reception: 11 Schumann in his time and since Reinhard Kapp 12 The compositional reception of Schumann's music since 1950 Jorn Peter Hiekel 13 Songs of dawn and dusk: coming to terms with the late music John Daverio

77 citations

Book
01 Jan 1983
TL;DR: Brahms and Schoenberg Critical Tradition as discussed by the authors, 1852-1854: Transformation and development in Early Brahms, 1852 -1854, Song and Chamber Music, 1864-1879, Symphony, 1877-1885 6 The Late Style, 1886-1896 7 Epilogue: Developing Variation in Early Schoeng, 1892-1905 Appendix of Longer Musical Examples Bibliography of Works Cited Index of Brahms's Works General Index
Abstract: List of Longer Musical Examples Preface 1 Prologue: Brahms and the Schoenberg Critical Tradition 2 Transformation and Development in Early Brahms, 1852-1854 3 Developing Variation in Brahms's First Maturity, 1861-1862 4 Song and Chamber Music, 1864-1879 5 Symphony, 1877-1885 6 The Late Style, 1886-1896 7 Epilogue: Developing Variation in Early Schoenberg, 1892-1905 Appendix of Longer Musical Examples Bibliography of Works Cited Index of Brahms's Works General Index

70 citations

Book
01 Jan 2005
TL;DR: Pisani as mentioned in this paper examines how European colonists and their descendents were fascinated by the idea of race and ethnicity in music, and how music contributed to the complex process of cultural mediation.
Abstract: This book offers a comprehensive look at musical representations of native America from the pre-colonial past through the American West and up to the present. The discussion covers a wide range of topics from the ballets of Lully in the court of Louis XIV to popular ballads of the 19th century; from 18th-century British-American theatre to the musical theatre of Irving Berlin; from chamber music by Dvorak to film music for Apaches in Hollywood Westerns. Michael Pisani demonstrates how European colonists and their descendents were fascinated by the idea of race and ethnicity in music, and he examines how music contributed to the complex process of cultural mediation. Pisani reveals how certain themes and metaphors changed over the centuries and shows how much of this 'Indian music', which was and continues to be largely imagined, alternately idealised and vilified the peoples of native America.

59 citations

Book
08 Oct 2009
TL;DR: This book discusses the development of meter in the Late Eighteenth Century, its application in the Twentieth Century, and Haydn's Earlier and Later String Quartets.
Abstract: CHAPTER 1. MUSICAL METER BETWEEN COMPOSITION AND PERCEPTION 1.1. The Concept of Meter in the Late Eighteenth Century 1.2. Revival of the Hierarchical Concept of Meter in the Twentieth Century 1.3. Toward a Dynamic Model of Meter 1.4. Borrowing from a Different Model CHAPTER 2. FINDING METER 2.1. Statistical Parameters 2.1.1. Stress (Dynamic Accent) 2.1.2. Length (Agogic or Durational Accent) 2.1.3. Pitch (Melodic Accent) 2.2. Harmony 2.2.1. Harmonic Change 2.2.2. Harmonic Stability 2.3. Streaming and the Role of Bass 2.4. Cadence (Structural Accent) CHAPTER 3. SUSTAINING METER-CHALLENGING METER 3.1. Metrum and Regularity of Beats 3.2. Missing Beats 3.3. General Pauses 3.4. Fermatas 3.5. Syncopations CHAPTER 4. CHANGING METER I: CHANGE OF PERIOD 4.1. Imbroglio 4.2. Submetrical Dissonance 4.3. Hemiola CHAPTER 5. CHANGING METER II: CHANGE OF PHASE 5.1. Chains of Rhythmical Dissonances 5.2. Other Parameters in Displacement Dissonances 5.3. Imitation 5.4. Ligaturae, Retardation, Anticipation 5.5. Syncopated Accompaniment 5.6. Remark on Subliminal Dissonances CHAPTER 6. CHANGING METER III: CHANGE OF TACTUS 6.1. Changes of Taktteile in Compound Meters 6.2. Changes of Taktteile in Double Measures 6.3. Perceptual Factors 6.4. Taktteile and the Tactus CHAPTER 7. ANALYSES OF LONG-RANGE METRICAL STRATEGIES Haydn, String Quartet in C major, Op. 50 No. 2, First Movement Haydn, String Quartet in F minor, Op. 55 No. 2, Finale CHAPTER 8. WIT, COMEDY AND METRIC MANIPULATIONS IN HAYDN AND MOZART'S PERSONAL STYLES 8.1. Haydn 8.2. Mozart 8.3. Haydn's Earlier and Later String Quartets 8.4. Inconclusive Conclusion NOTES REFERENCES INDEX

58 citations

MonographDOI
01 Sep 1993-Notes
TL;DR: In this article, Lendvai proposed a model of hierarchical structure based on the axis system for classical music, including the first steps toward a theory fundamentals - source sets, harmonic function, privileged pattern and context.
Abstract: Part 1 Theory: first steps toward a theory fundamentals - source sets, harmonic function, privileged pattern and context a model of hierarchical structure. Part 2 Analyses: the sonata for piano the third string quartet the fifth string quartet, II and IV the sonata for two pianos and percussion I and II the concerto for orchestra I. Appendix: Erno Lendvai and the axis system.

50 citations


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