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The musical language of Pierre Boulez : writings and compositions

Auteur: Jonathan Goldman
Uitgever: Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011.
Serie: Music since 1900.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : Biografie : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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A fresh look at the musical universe of arguably one of the most influential composers of the twentieth century.

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Genoemd persoon: Pierre Boulez
Genre: Biografie
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Jonathan Goldman
ISBN: 9780521514903 0521514908
OCLC-nummer: 667610213
Beschrijving: xxii, 244 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Inhoud: Introduction. Boulez's compositional path ; Sources for theories of musical form ; Serialism as musical structuralism --
Part I. Form as opposition in the writings of Pierre Boulez ; Writings from the first period : serialist doctrine, the open work and strategies of rhetorical displacement ; A portrait of Webern, a self-portrait of Boulez ; The second cantata ; Chronology of writings on Webern and key concepts ; Webern vs. Debussy : observable correspondence or imagined encounter ; The turn towards perception ; Form, thematicism and perceptual categories in the writings from the 1970s to the present ; Lessons for all or personal incantation? ; The basic elements of musical language ; The new concepts ; Concept of form ; Lessons of Leçons --
Part II. Form as opposition in selected works by Pierre Boulez : Analysis by, of, in and according to Boulez ; Boulezian motivations for analysing Boulez ; False or 'mutilating' analysis ; Boulez analyses The rite of spring ; Boulez for the analyst : the didactic work ; Rituel and the architecture of antiphony ; Presentation ; Form ; Pitch in the répons sections ; Structure of verses ; Dérive 1 and harmonic control ; Presentation ; Form ; Six harmonic fields ; Anticipations, suspensions and the recovery of classical categories ; Durations, densities and note hierarchies ; Mémoriale and polar mechanics ; Presentation ; Themes in Mémoriale ; Passage from clear to veiled timbre ; Paradigmatic analysis ; Polar notes ; Analysis of pitch content ; Durations ; Unplugged electronics ; Resonator effects ; Delay/echo effects ; Geometric orchestration ; Rhythmic canons ; Anthèmes and virtual thematics ; Presentation ; The virtual theme ; Discontinuities : 'characters', rhythmic canons and non-retrogradable rhythms ; Passage from Anthèmes 1 to Anthèmes 2 ; Incises and the play of recognition and surprise ; Presentation ; Annunciatory opening ; Très lent sections ; A paradigmatic-syntagmatic approach to Section I, Prestissimo ; Boulezian form in theory and practice.
Serietitel: Music since 1900.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Jonathan Goldman.

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'The Musical Language of Pierre Boulez ... is chock-full of examples ... There are also necessarily ample quotations from Boulez'[s] writings. It's produced to Cambridge University Press's usual high Meer lezen...

 
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