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Lieder and song cycles more. Music Theory , Schumann , and Songs. A discussion of Glenn Gould's Webern Op. JonathanDunsby CV more. To define it one needs a theory of illusion. Dunsby Debussy En blanc et noir more. Debussy's En blanc et noir Three caprices for two pianos offers in its title an overt reference to a poem of Francois Villon about good and evil.
Multiple musical references, to Gounod, Stravinsky, and his own music can begin to show us Multiple musical references, to Gounod, Stravinsky, and his own music can begin to show us some of the nature of Debussy's creativity at this sombre time in his life.
In particular we can see the poetic impulses behind this landmark of musical modernism. The egregious musicological neglect of this masterpiece has led to many misconceptions in Debussy historiography which it is the aim of this essay to correct.
Recent Schenker: The poetic power of intelligent calculation more. Nineteenth century music. Theory more. Reviews of Books more.
Music analysis. Time Perception. Thematic and motivic analysis more. Christensen, Thomas, ed. Cambridae University Press. Music Analysis in Theory and Practice more. Music analysis in theory and practice. Post a Comment. Author: Whittall, Arnold. Publication Date: Publication Name: Notes.
Epistemological Exercises in Music Theory and Analysis. Admittedly, that concept 'known unknown' got an uneasy, mixed public Admittedly, that concept 'known unknown' got an uneasy, mixed public reaction in the USA in All the same it has a respectable pedigree in fairly recent thinking-in philosophy, literature, economics.
Its versatility alone qualifies it to be salvaged from political hubris. Here, it was used to focus our attention on the promise of technology, an important promise in that we do not have to regard technology as cold science, but on the contrary technology guarantees us good outcomes, if we put it to good uses; and many believe that there is a moral imperative to do so.
In principle we can know nothing about the future of technology while having every confidence in our ability to exploit its present virtues for future musical benefit. The ideas we develop now for the use of technology in music theory pedagogy will likely be those on which we shall build in the future-and of course the learning that technology produces currently will leave vital traces in that future, as certainly as anything can be certain. Ironically perhaps, the' archeology' of music, spread backwards in its absolute entirety, in all its immutable truth, may sometimes seem to present us with fewer knowns.
The idea of the known unknown can remind us of the truth content in the past, of the things that by definition we do know, while sometimes having yet to see perhaps their most important meanings for us now. Three Grand Questions about Playing with Analysis more. It considers issues of performance and analysis, the unique lure of music, and the metaphor of structure.
The case study is the The case study is the one-bar 'signal' from Birtwistle's 'Harrison's Clocks'. The recurrent perspective is semiological. Analysis of Brahms's 'Von ewiger Liebe' more.
Schenkerian Analysis , Brahms , and Music analysis. Roland Barthes and the Grain of Panzera's Voice more. Book Reviews. Review of all five volumes in the series. Doi: Cognitive Psychology , Creativity , and Musical Performance. Remember me on this computer. Enter the email address you signed up with and we'll email you a reset link. Need an account? Click here to sign up.
It has tended to place emphasis on how music is structured and how that structure is unified; there has been less concern with why such unity is important in a broader sense. I do not really imagine that there exists a secret room — somewhere at Mannes, for example, that being the Mecca of our movement — in which fanatical Schenkerians plot new conquests. Nor do I believe that there is a map in that room with pins stuck in it, each pin representing a music department or conservatory at which Schenkerianism is propagated. But it is at least not too difficult to imagine what such a map would look like; and, wherever it might be, it is certain that the number of pins in it is steadily increasing. Clearly, the Schenkerian empire is still in its expanding phase.
Lora L. Gingerich, Nicholas Cook. A Guide to Musical Analysis.
Music Analysis: In Theory and Practice.