Suzuki Cello School – Volume 3 (Revised) Cello Part 003

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003: Suzuki Cello School Cello Part Volume 3 by Dr Shinichi Suzuki
David Damschroder, „Harmony in Mendelssohn and Schumann“
Polish Style in the Music of Johann Sebastian Bach
Leslie David Blasius, „The Music Theory of Godfrey Winham“
Ars nova: French and Italian Music in the Fourteenth Century (Music in Medieval Europe) by John L. Nádas, Michael Scott Cuthbert

003: Suzuki Cello School Cello Part Volume 3 by Dr Shinichi Suzuki

English | 27 Jun. 2005 | ISBN: 0874874831 | 28 Pages | PDF | 19.49 MB

Titles:
* Berceuse, Wiegenlied or Lullaby, Op. 98, No. 2 (F. Schubert)
* Tonalization: The Moon over the Ruined Castle (R. Taki)
* Gavotte (J.B. Lully)
* Minuet from Sei Quintetti for Archi No. 11, Op. 11, No. 5 in E Major (L. Boccherini)
* Tonalization: The Moon over the Ruined Castle (R. Taki)
* Scherzo (C. Webster)
* Minuet in G, Wo0 10, No. 7 for Piano (L. van Beethoven)
* Gavotte in C Minor, Gavotte en Rondeau from Suite in G Minor for Klavier, BWV 822 (J.S. Bach)
* Minuet No. 3, BWV Anh. II 114/Anh. III 183/Anh. II, 115 (J.S. Bach)
* Humoresque, Op. 101, No. 7 for Piano (A. Dvorák)
* La Cinquantaine (Gabriel-Marie)
* Allegro Moderato from Sonata I in G, BWV 1027 for Viola da Gamba (J.S. Bach)

David Damschroder, „Harmony in Mendelssohn and Schumann“

2017 | ISBN-10: 1108418031 | 292 pages | PDF | 11 MB

This innovative book continues David Damschroder’s radical reformulation of harmonic theory, presenting a dynamic exploration of harmony in the compositions of Mendelssohn and Schumann, two key figures of nineteenth-century classical music. This volume’s introductory chapters creatively introduce the basic tenets of the system, with reference to sound files rather than notated music examples permitting a more direct interaction between reader and music. In the Masterworks section that follows, Damschroder presents detailed analyses of movements from piano, vocal, and chamber music, and compares his outcomes with those of other analysts, including Benedict Taylor, L. Poundie Burstein, and Peter H. Smith. Expanding upon analytical practices from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and strongly influenced by Schenkerian principles, this fresh perspective offers a stark contrast to conventional harmonic analysis – both in terms of how Roman numerals are deployed and how musical processes are described in words.

Polish Style in the Music of Johann Sebastian Bach

English | EPUB | 25.9 MB

Now appearing in an English translation, this book by Szymon Paczkowski is the first in-depth exploration of the Polish style in the music of Johann Sebastian Bach. Bach spent almost thirty years living and working in Leipzig in Saxony, a country ruled by Friedrich August I and his son Friedrich August II, who were also kings of Poland (as August II and August III). This period of close Polish-Saxon relations left a significant imprint on Bach’s music.
Paczkowski’s meticulous account of this complex political and cultural dynamic sheds new light on many of Bach’s familiar pieces. The book explores the semantic and rhetorical functions that undergird the symbolism of the Polish style in Baroque music. It demonstrates how the notion of a Polish style in music was developed in German music theory, and conjectures that Bach’s successful application for the title of Court Composer at the court of the Elector of Saxony and King of Poland would induce the composer to deliberately use elements of the Polish style.
This comprehensive study of the way Bach used the Polish style in his music moves beyond technical analysis to place the pieces within the context of Baroque customs and discourse. This ambitious and inspiring study is an original contribution to the scholarly conversation concerning Bach’s music, focusing on the symbolism of the polonaise, the most popular and recognizable Polish dance in 18th-century Saxony. In Saxony at this time the polonaise was associated with the ceremonies of the royal-electoral court in Dresden, and Saxon musicians regarded it as a musical symbol of royalty. Paczkowski explores this symbolism of the Polish royal dance in Bach’s instrumental music and, which is also to be found to an even greater extent, in his vocal works.
The Polish Style in the Music of Johann Sebastian Bach provides wide-ranging interpretations based on a careful analysis of the sources explored within historical and theological context. The book is a valuable source for both teaching and further research, and will find readers not only among musicologists, but also historians, art historians, and readers in cultural studies. All lovers of Bach’s music will appreciate this lucid and intriguing study.

Leslie David Blasius, „The Music Theory of Godfrey Winham“

1997 | ISBN-10: 069101227X | 208 pages | PDF | 10 MB

This book serves as an introduction to the work of Godfrey Winham, an influential figure in American music theory circles in the 1960s. Little published in his lifetime, Winham left behind, at his premature death in 1974, a massive collection of notes: correspondence, unfinished articles, sketches for books, etc. These notes were transcribed and deposited in the Special Collections of Firestone Library at Princeton University. They cover a fascinating range of subjects: exercises in analytical logic, thoughts on the construction of a formally consistent music theory, studies of particular pieces, and an epistemological reconception of Schenker’s analysis.
In The Music Theory of Godfrey Winham, Leslie David Blasius attempts to synthesize the various aspects of the theorist’s thinking into a single coherent, if unfinished, endeavor. Blasius concentrates in particular on Winham’s attempts to define formally the basic terms of music theory, his axiomatic phenomenology of pitch and harmonic relations, his tentative steps towards an axiomatic phenomenology of rhythm, and his fresh consideration of the reciprocal relationship between theory and analysis. In so doing, Blasius gives a clear picture of the materials in the archives, particularly when they exhibit Winham’s multiple attempts to come to terms with a specific problem. The volume includes a set of complete excerpts of materials cited in Blasius’s text and an index for the entire collection.

Ars nova: French and Italian Music in the Fourteenth Century (Music in Medieval Europe) by John L. Nádas, Michael Scott Cuthbert

2009 | ISBN: 075462708X | English | 594 pages | PDF | 38 MB

In the early fourteenth century, musicians in France and later Italy established new traditions of secular and sacred polyphony. This ars nova, or „new art,“ popularized by theorists such as Philippe de Vitry and Johannes de Muris was the among the first of many later movements to establish the music of the present as a clean break from the past. The rich music of this period, by composers such as Guillaume de Machaut and Francesco Landini, is not only beautiful, but also rewards deep study and analysis. Yet contradictions and gaps abound in the ars nova of the fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries-how do we read this music? how do we perform this music? what was the cultural context of these performances? These problems are well met by the ingenuity of approaches and solutions found by scholars in this volume. The twenty-seven articles brought together reflect the broad methodological and chronological range of scholarly inquiry on the ars nova.

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