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Harmony in Haydn and Mozart

Autor: David Damschroder
Editora: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
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"Integrating Schenkerian tools and an innovative approach to harmony, David Damschroder provides numerous penetrating analyses of works by Haydn and Mozart. A series of introductory chapters assist readers in developing their analytical capacity. Beginning with short excerpts from string quartets, the study proceeds by assessing the inner workings of twelve expositions from Haydn piano sonatas, six arias in G minor  Ler mais...
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Pessoa Denominada: Joseph Haydn; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Joseph Haydn
Tipo de Material: Recurso Internet
Tipo de Documento: Livro, Recurso Internet
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: David Damschroder
ISBN: 9781107025349 1107025346 9781107419841 1107419840
Número OCLC: 772611117
Descrição: xii, 298 pages : music ; 26 cm
Conteúdos: Harmonic practice in the late eighteenth century : twelve excerpts from string quartets by Haydn and Mozart --
Anatomy of the I-II♯-V two-part exposition : twelve keyboard sonatas by Haydn --
Composition in a minor key : six arias in G minor from operas by Mozart --
The happy ending : three sonata-rondos in D major from piano concertos by Haydn and Mozart --
Haydn : Symphony no. 45 in F♯ minor ("Farewell"), movement 2 : in response to James Webster --
Haydn : String quartet in G minor (op. 20, no. 3), movement 3 : in response to Robert O. Gjerdingen --
Mozart : String quintet in C major (K. 515), movement 1 : in response to V. Kofi Agawu and Michael Spitzer --
Mozart : Don Giovanni (K. 527), Act 1, Scene 13 : Donna Anna's recitative and aria : in response to Carl Schachter --
Mozart : Symphony no. 40 in G minor (K. 550), movement 3, trio : in response to Leonard B. Meyer --
Haydn : Symphony no. 96 in D major ("Miracle"), movement 1 : in response to Warren Darcy, James Hepokoski, and Lauri Suurpää.
Responsabilidade: David Damschroder.
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Innovative analytical techniques provide a penetrating view of how Haydn and Mozart employ harmony in their compositions.  Ler mais...

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"In this highly specialized and uniquely reasoned book, Damschroder (Univ. of Minnesota) attempts to establish a logic for Haydn and Mozart's harmonic language." -W.E. Grim, Choice

 
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