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Chromatic Transformations in Nineteenth-Century Music (Cambridge Studies in Music Theory and Analysis) ebook

by David Kopp


David Kopp's book develops a model of chromatic chord relations in nineteenth-century music by composers such as. .Technical Bases of Nineteenth-Century Chromatic Tonality: A Study in Chromaticism. dissertation, Princeton University, 1978

David Kopp's book develops a model of chromatic chord relations in nineteenth-century music by composers such as Schubert, Beethoven, Chopin, Schumann and Brahms. The emphasis is on explaining chromatic third relations and the pivotal role they play in theory and practice. dissertation, Princeton University, 1978.

David Kopp's book develops a model of chromatic chord relations in nineteenth-century music by composers such as.

David Kopp's book develops a model of chromatic chord relations in nineteenth-century music by composers such as Schubert, Beethoven, Chopin, Schumann, and Brahms. Drawing on tenets of nineteenth-century harmonic theory, contemporary transformation theory, and the author's own approach, the book presents a clear and elegant means for characterizing commonly acknowledged but loosely defined elements of chromatic harmony.

David Kopps book develops a model of chromatic chord relations in nineteenth-century music by composers such as Schubert, Beethoven, Chopin, Schumann, and Brahms

David Kopps book develops a model of chromatic chord relations in nineteenth-century music by composers such as Schubert, Beethoven, Chopin, Schumann, and Brahms. Drawing on tenets of nineteenth-century harmonic theory, contemporary transformation theory, and the authors own approach, the book presents a clear and elegant means for characterizing commonly acknowledged but loosely defined elements of chromatic harmony.

David Kopp's book develops a model of chromatic chord relations in nineteenth-century music by. The historical and theoretical argument is supplemented by many analytic examples.

David Kopp’s book develops a model of chromatic chord relations in nineteenthcentury music by.

David Kopp’s book develops a model of chromatic chord relations in nineteenthcentury music by composers such as Schubert, Beethoven, Chopin, Schumann, and Brahms. Drawing on tenets of nineteenth-century harmonic theory, contemporary transformation theory, and the author’s own approach, the book presents a clear and elegant means for characterizing commonly acknowledged but loosely defined elements of chromatic harmony, and integrates them as fully fledged elements into a chromatically based conception of harmonic system.

Book Transformations in Nineteenth-Century Music. Cambridge Studies in Music Theory and Analysis. Chromatic Transformations in Nineteenth-Century Music By David Kopp. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge and New York, 2002, £50. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge and New York. Pp. xiii + 275. £50. ISBN 0-521-80463-9, 0-521-80463-9.

Автор: David Kopp Название: Chromatic Transformations in Nineteenth-Century Music Издательство .

The emphasis is on explaining chromatic third relations and the pivotal role they play in theory and practice.

Neo-Riemannian theory is a loose collection of ideas present in the writings of music theorists such as David . Chromatic Transformations in Nineteenth-century Music (Cambridge University Press, 2002). ISBN 978-0-521-80463-9.

Neo-Riemannian theory is a loose collection of ideas present in the writings of music theorists such as David Lewin, Brian Hyer, Richard Cohn, and Henry Klumpenhouwer. What binds these ideas is a central commitment to relating harmonies directly to each other, without necessary reference to a tonic. Initially, those harmonies were major and minor triads; subsequently, neo-Riemannian theory was extended to standard dissonant sonorities as well. Reimag(in)ing Riemann", Journal of Music Theory, 39/1 (1995), 101–138.

Series: Cambridge studies in music theory and analysis 1. Nineteenth-century chromatic tonality as a theoretical entity is developing an identity of its own, distinct from earlier models, and is attaining.

Series: Cambridge studies in music theory and analysis 17. File: PDF, . 7 MB. 在线阅读. David Kopp’s book develops a model of chromatic chord relations in nineteenthcentury music by composers such as Schubert, Beethoven, Chopin, Schumann, and Brahms. Nineteenth-century chromatic tonality as a theoretical entity is developing an identity of its own, distinct from earlier models, and is attaining the status of a separate system or group of evolved systems. 1 A renewed interest in the theory of chord relations is fueling the speculative fires.

David Kopp's book develops a model of chromatic chord relations in nineteenth-century music by composers such as Schubert, Beethoven, Chopin, Schumann, and Brahms. The emphasis is on explaining chromatic third relations and the pivotal role they play in theory and practice. Drawing on tenets of nineteenth-century harmonic theory, contemporary transformation theory, and the author's own approach, the book presents a clear and elegant means for characterizing commonly acknowledged but loosely defined elements of chromatic harmony. The historical and theoretical argument is supplemented by many analytic examples.
Vetibert
As an undergraduate music theorist, I found Kopp's book very clear and extremely useful for thinking about mediant relations. It's changed the way I look at certain pieces and key relationships, and the historical survey was helpful to getting a better understanding of precedence on the topic in the field. I loved this book and it wasn't too difficult of a read!
Gietadia
David Kopp embarks in a very solid and "musical" approach to the study of chromaticism in music, his knowledge of the romantic repertoire is impressive. He presents a detailed historical approach, but the crux of the book are his theories and analysis that illustrate their application, these are found in chapters 7, 8 and 9. Anyone interested in music theory and what is known as Neo-Riemann music theory will enjoy this very well written book. The style, for such an academic subject is easy and clear. Recommended
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