Analytical variations - eight critical essays on applied music theory / Bengt Edlund.

Av: Edlund, Bengt, 1945- [aut]
Language: English Serie: Methodology of music research, vol. 10Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, [2020]Copyright date: ©2020Beskrivning: 613 pages illustrations, musicInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 9783631770658Annan titel: Eight critical essays on applied music theoryÄmne(n): Musikanalys | Musikteori | Musical analysisYtterligare fysiska format: Online version:: Analytical variations - eight critical essays on applied music theoryDDK-klassifikation: 781 LOC-klassifikation: MT90 | .E26 2019SAB-klassifikation: Ijaa Anmärkning bestånd: C17.024 | Utgivningsort: Berlin Libris-ID: htv01651fsg2ppxjSummary: "This book gives a critical account of various methods used in music analysis. In the first chapter, a number of current approaches such as semiotics, musical implications, Schenkerian analysis, and generative theory are demonstrated on Mozart's K. 331 theme. Five essays deal with important concepts in music analysis: ambiguity, formal proportions, and similarity within and between works. A further chapter provides a discussion of probability, kinship, and influence - decisive criteria when judging musical plagiarism. The last essay, studying a piece by Schubert, sifts the prospects of deciphering a composer's sexual leanings from his music"-- Provided by publisher.
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"This book gives a critical account of various methods used in music analysis. In the first chapter, a number of current approaches such as semiotics, musical implications, Schenkerian analysis, and generative theory are demonstrated on Mozart's K. 331 theme. Five essays deal with important concepts in music analysis: ambiguity, formal proportions, and similarity within and between works. A further chapter provides a discussion of probability, kinship, and influence - decisive criteria when judging musical plagiarism. The last essay, studying a piece by Schubert, sifts the prospects of deciphering a composer's sexual leanings from his music"-- Provided by publisher.

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