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Der Tonwille Pamphlets in Witness of the Immutable Laws of Music, offered to a New Generation of Youth by Heinrich Schenker. Volume 1: Issues 1-5 (1921-1923). Heinrich Schenker

Der Tonwille Pamphlets in Witness of the Immutable Laws of Music, offered to a New Generation of Youth by Heinrich Schenker. Volume 1: Issues 1-5 (1921-1923). Heinrich Schenker
Der Tonwille Pamphlets in Witness of the Immutable Laws of Music, offered to a New Generation of Youth by Heinrich Schenker. Volume 1: Issues 1-5 (1921-1923). Heinrich Schenker
This is the first volume of a two-volume translation of Heinrich Schenker's Der Tonwille (1921-24). Among the foremost music theorists of the twentieth century, Schenker's methods of analysis continue to be one of the most important tools of musicology. This book includes Schenker's original, major essays on Beethoven's Fifth Symphony and piano sonatas by Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven, shorter analyses of Bach preludes, and writings that provide an extensive account of the philosophical and cultural background from which Schenker's theories emerged.
0195122372
Oxford University Press
Bent, Ian
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Drabkin, William
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Bent, Ian and Drabkin, William (eds.) (2004) Der Tonwille Pamphlets in Witness of the Immutable Laws of Music, offered to a New Generation of Youth by Heinrich Schenker. Volume 1: Issues 1-5 (1921-1923). Heinrich Schenker , New York, US. Oxford University Press, 252pp.

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This is the first volume of a two-volume translation of Heinrich Schenker's Der Tonwille (1921-24). Among the foremost music theorists of the twentieth century, Schenker's methods of analysis continue to be one of the most important tools of musicology. This book includes Schenker's original, major essays on Beethoven's Fifth Symphony and piano sonatas by Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven, shorter analyses of Bach preludes, and writings that provide an extensive account of the philosophical and cultural background from which Schenker's theories emerged.

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Published date: 25 March 2004

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Local EPrints ID: 12396
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/12396
ISBN: 0195122372
PURE UUID: 7ce47cc6-cbb2-4a55-8d05-736668302492

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Date deposited: 19 Oct 2005
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 17:03

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