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Titre : Schenker's Interpretive Practice
Éditeur : Cambridge University Press
Date d'édition : 1997
Reliure : Hardcover
Etat du livre : Fine
Etat de la jaquette : Very Good Dust Jacket
8vo. 199 pp. Cambridge Studies in Music Theory and Analysis. All books in fine collectible condition unless otherwise noted. Orders are professionally packed and shipped promptly. M12. N° de réf. du libraire 58960
Synopsis : Schenker's Interpretive Practice is the first comprehensive study of this century's most influential music theorist, Heinrich Schenker. Since the 1960s, American theorists and musicologists have focused almost exclusively on analytical methods distilled from Schenker's writings. Breaking from that tradition, Robert Snarrenberg returns to Schenker's texts and to the humanist roots of his approach, situating Schenker's work in the broader context of his desire to portray the richness and particularity of musical experience. Snarrenberg concentrates on four aims that Schenker hoped to achieve: to present a theoretical account of musical effects encountered in European music of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, to represent the mindset shared among composers of that music, to convey the expressive interaction of musical effects in individual artwork, and to promote continued creative and re-creative participation in the musical tradition. Author recipient of the 1998 Young Scholar Award from the Society of Music Theory.
Description du livre: Schenker's Interpretive Practice is the first comprehensive study of this century's most influential music theorist, Heinrich Schenker. Robert Snarrenberg examines Schenker's texts and the roots of his approach, situating Schenker's work in the broader context of his desire to portray the richness and particularity of musical experience.
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