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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Harmony in Haydn and Mozart.
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, ©2012
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (312 pages)|
|Contents:||Preface; Part I. Methodological Orientation: 1. Harmonic practice in the late eighteenth century: twelve excerpts from string quartets by Haydn and Mozart; 2. Anatomy of the I-II#-V two-part exposition: twelve keyboard sonatas by Haydn; 3. Composition in a minor key: six arias in G minor from operas by Mozart; 4. The happy ending: three sonata-rondos in D major from piano concertos by Haydn and Mozart; Part II. Masterpieces: 5. Haydn: Symphony No. 45 in F# Minor ('Farewell'), movement 2: in response to James Webster; 6. Haydn: String Quartet in G Minor (op. 20, no. 3), movement 3: in response to Robert O. Gjerdingen; 7. Mozart: String Quintet in C Major (K. 515), movement 1: in response to Kofi Agawu and Michael Spitzer; 8. Mozart: Don Giovanni (K. 527), Act I, Scene 13: Donna Anna's Recitative and Aria: in response to Carl Schachter; 9. Mozart: Symphony in G Minor (K. 550), movement 3, Trio: in response to Leonard B. Meyer; 10. Haydn: Symphony No. 96 in D Major ('Miracle'), movement 1: in response to Warren Darcy, James Hepokoski and Lauri Suurpaa; Select bibliography; Index of works by Haydn and by Mozart; Index of names and concepts.|
"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