Franz Schubert's Music in Performance: Compositional Ideals, Notational Intent, Historical Realities, Pedagogical Foundations

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David Montgomery
Pendragon Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Music - 319 pages
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Montgomery, a pianist in San Francisco, has compiled an impressive volume on the performance practices of Schubert's Vienna, with an emphasis on the importance of technique. The chapters treat topics that include Schubert's lieder; his notation; expressive devices; use of sound, themes, structure, a
  

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Contents

The Sonic Imagination
1
The Thematic Structural and Temporal Imagination
36
Reading Schuberts Music
65
Expression and Expressive Devices
117
Essential and Voluntary Ornamentation
173
Tempo Time and Character
210
In Conclusion
269
Index
317
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