Bach Interpretation: Articulation Marks in Primary Sources by John Butt

By John Butt

This examine is a entire overview of J. S. Bach's use of articulation marks (i.e. slurs and dots) within the huge physique of basic assets. Dr Butt analyses the position of such markings in the compositional strategy, how they relate to the norms of articulation of the interval, and the way they may help us in a deeper figuring out and assessment of Bach's type. With its large catalogue of the most typical slurring styles in keeping with a examine of over a hundred concerted vocal works, this e-book is useful either for performers on all baroque tools, and for students with an curiosity in Bach's sort and resource stories. It additionally contributes to our belief of Bach's place in track heritage: the aim of track within the Lutheran Germany of Bach's time and its rhetorical energy; the shut courting among composer and performer in the context of 'practical' tune; and the services and improvement of notation.

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Bowlt, “Russian Formalism and the Visual Arts,” Russian Formalism, ed.  Bowlt, 133. 36 Ibid. 7 David Burliuk, Dance Variation after The Dancer, 1910, repainted in 1962. ) With the kind permission of Mary Burliuk Holt. Photograph by Ernest Mayer. Photograph provided courtesy of the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Futurism was a central artistic concern for numerous figures. 38 In Three Pieces, Stravinsky manipulated multiple ostinato figures that were juxtaposed and superimposed within sound blocks, in order to synthesize the techniques that he had used in The Rite.

64 65 26 i After the Rite of the sketches for this work and an analysis of the published edition. To my way of thinking, Piano-Rag-Music demonstrates a quintessential alienation or deformation of its tonal model that defamiliarizes its source. If the essence of surrealism has to do with the level to which Stravinsky alienates his model, then Piano-Rag-Music is a perfect example. Most pianists would agree that, because of its nature and the manner in which the model is disguised and distorted, Piano-Rag-Music falls into the category of surrealism.

5 by Robert Delaunay, La Ville de Paris (1910–12) for an earlier example of superimposition of images, with one layer representing Greek antiquity. 13 14 12 i After the Rite for Neoclassicism. Moreover, Baranov-Rossiné’s approach to the superimposition of textures would become a distinctive feature of Neoclassicism in art, music, and poetry. 18 Sonia Delaunay Sonia Delaunay (1885–1979) lived in St. 3. 4. 3. It is not surprising that Sonia Delaunay gives homage to Blaise Cendrars (1887–1961), a Swiss poet.

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