Elgar's pianistic iconoclasm
Norris, David Owen (2007) Elgar's pianistic iconoclasm.
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|Authors/Creators:||Norris, David Owen|
|Description/Abstract:||The researcher plays a number of examples showing particular features of Elgar’s piano notation. He explains that the way Elgar’s pianism developed means that these particularities can be easily misunderstood by conventionally-trained pianists. He suggests that Elgar’s pianism foreshadows Stravinsky’s habits of piano-writing, and that Elgar’s pianistic iconoclasm made him a modernist.|
|Item Type:||Music Item - UNSPECIFIED|
|Music Item Type:||performance|
|Locations:||Barnard's Inn Hall, Gresham College, London, UK (Location of event)|
|Additional Information:||An exploration of the subtlety of Elgar's piano writing, with particular reference to unexpected aspects of articulation and phrasing. Presented on the PRIMO website as an audio recording.|
|Subjects:||M Music and Books on Music > M Music|
M Music and Books on Music > MT Musical instruction and study
|Divisions:||University Structure - Pre August 2011 > School of Humanities > Music|
|Date:||14 December 2007|
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