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Fugue and fugato in rococo and classical chamber music, Warren Kirkendale

Label
Fugue and fugato in rococo and classical chamber music
Title
Fugue and fugato in rococo and classical chamber music
Statement of responsibility
Warren Kirkendale
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Kirkendale, Warren
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
index present
LC call number
ML195
LC item number
.K5713 1979
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Fugue
  • Chamber music
  • Fugue (Musique)
  • Musique de chambre - 18e siècle - Histoire et critique
  • Musique de chambre
  • Fugue (Musique)
  • Chamber music
  • Fugue
  • Fugato
  • Fuge
  • Kammermusik
  • Structuuranalyse
  • Kamermuziek
  • Fugato
  • Fuge
  • Kammermusik
Label
Fugue and fugato in rococo and classical chamber music, Warren Kirkendale
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • First ed. published in 1966 under title: Fuge und Fugato in der Kammermusik des Rokoko und der Klassik
  • Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography; p. 335-358
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part one : Rococo -- The composers. Vienna ; Italy ; England ; North Germany ; Palatinate ; Summary ; Pedagogical genealogy -- Circumstances of performance. Church and chamber ; Instrumentation -- Genres of composition. The church sonata ; The neutral sonata ; The partita ; The introductions to fugues in sonatas and partitas ; Dual versions ; The Italian sinfonia ; Finis coronat opus : the fugal finale ; The "framed" fugue (Sonnleithner) ; Sequence of movements -- Fugal movements. The exposition ; Bass accompaniment ; Exposition in stretto ; Double fugue ; Connection of entries ; Answer ; Countersubject ; Redundant entries ; Continuation and conclusion ; Subject entries ; Episodes ; "Reprise" ; Stretto ; Counterpoint ; Dynamics ; Summary ; Fugal Movements in Binary Form (Fugato) ; Fugal Movements in Disguised Binary Form (Gallo) -- Fugue subjects. Head motive, expansion, and cadence ; Rhythmic diminution ; Pathotype ; Cadence with trill on long penultimate note ; Cadence with suspension ; Sequential Subjects ; Types of sequences ; Chains of thirds ; Fourth- and fifth-step melodies ; Scale-themes ; Chains of suspensions, species counterpoint ; Chromatic themes ; Subjects of vocal and instrumental type ; Whole notes with suspensions ; Instrumental style ; Meter ; Repeated notes ; Disjunct motion ; Modern subjects ; Periodic phrase structure ; Motivic repetition ; Summary -- Part two : Classic -- Joseph Haydn. Studies, knowledge of older music ; Baryton trios ; String Quartets ; Canonic Menuets ; Summary -- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Studies, knowledge of older music ; Letters and documents regarding Mozart's relationship to fugue and to J.S. Bach ; Quartets K. 168 and K. 173; Violin Sonata K. 402 and Fugue K. 426 = 546 ; Quartet K. 387 ; Musical joke K. 522 ; Quintet K. 593 ; Quintet K. 614 -- Beethoven's contemporaries. Pupils of Haydn and Mozart (Ignaz Pleyel, Anton Wranitzky, Johann Spech, Johann Nepomuk Hummel) ; Franz Krommer ; Johann Anton AndreAndre as a theorist of fugue; The quarrel over the fugato) ; Anton Reicha (Reicha as a theorist of fugue) ; Luigi Cherubini -- Ludwig van Beethoven. Beethoven's contrapuntal studies with Haydn, Schenk, and Albrechtsberger ; Beethoven as a teacher of Archduke Rudolph ; His knowledge of theoretical writings ; Beethoven's knowledge of older music ; Quartet Op. 18/4 ; Violin Sonata Op. 23 ; Quintet Op. 29 ; Quartet Op. 59/1 ; Quartet Op. 59/2 ; 233 Quartet Op. 59/3 ; Quartet Op. 95 ; Piano Trio Op. 97 ; Violin Sonata Op. 96 ; Variations for Piano Trio Op. 121a ; Cello Sonata Op. 102/2 ; Quintet-fugue Op. 137 ; Folksong variations Op. 105/1 and Op. 107/3 ; Quartet Op. 132 ; Great Fugue Op. 133 ; Quartet Op. 131
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
  • Rev. and expanded 2d ed. /
  • translated from the German ed. by Margaret Bent and the author.
Extent
xxvii, 383 pages, [10] leaves of plates
Isbn
9780822304166
Lccn
78050394
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)5502828
Label
Fugue and fugato in rococo and classical chamber music, Warren Kirkendale
Publication
Note
  • First ed. published in 1966 under title: Fuge und Fugato in der Kammermusik des Rokoko und der Klassik
  • Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography; p. 335-358
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part one : Rococo -- The composers. Vienna ; Italy ; England ; North Germany ; Palatinate ; Summary ; Pedagogical genealogy -- Circumstances of performance. Church and chamber ; Instrumentation -- Genres of composition. The church sonata ; The neutral sonata ; The partita ; The introductions to fugues in sonatas and partitas ; Dual versions ; The Italian sinfonia ; Finis coronat opus : the fugal finale ; The "framed" fugue (Sonnleithner) ; Sequence of movements -- Fugal movements. The exposition ; Bass accompaniment ; Exposition in stretto ; Double fugue ; Connection of entries ; Answer ; Countersubject ; Redundant entries ; Continuation and conclusion ; Subject entries ; Episodes ; "Reprise" ; Stretto ; Counterpoint ; Dynamics ; Summary ; Fugal Movements in Binary Form (Fugato) ; Fugal Movements in Disguised Binary Form (Gallo) -- Fugue subjects. Head motive, expansion, and cadence ; Rhythmic diminution ; Pathotype ; Cadence with trill on long penultimate note ; Cadence with suspension ; Sequential Subjects ; Types of sequences ; Chains of thirds ; Fourth- and fifth-step melodies ; Scale-themes ; Chains of suspensions, species counterpoint ; Chromatic themes ; Subjects of vocal and instrumental type ; Whole notes with suspensions ; Instrumental style ; Meter ; Repeated notes ; Disjunct motion ; Modern subjects ; Periodic phrase structure ; Motivic repetition ; Summary -- Part two : Classic -- Joseph Haydn. Studies, knowledge of older music ; Baryton trios ; String Quartets ; Canonic Menuets ; Summary -- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Studies, knowledge of older music ; Letters and documents regarding Mozart's relationship to fugue and to J.S. Bach ; Quartets K. 168 and K. 173; Violin Sonata K. 402 and Fugue K. 426 = 546 ; Quartet K. 387 ; Musical joke K. 522 ; Quintet K. 593 ; Quintet K. 614 -- Beethoven's contemporaries. Pupils of Haydn and Mozart (Ignaz Pleyel, Anton Wranitzky, Johann Spech, Johann Nepomuk Hummel) ; Franz Krommer ; Johann Anton AndreAndre as a theorist of fugue; The quarrel over the fugato) ; Anton Reicha (Reicha as a theorist of fugue) ; Luigi Cherubini -- Ludwig van Beethoven. Beethoven's contrapuntal studies with Haydn, Schenk, and Albrechtsberger ; Beethoven as a teacher of Archduke Rudolph ; His knowledge of theoretical writings ; Beethoven's knowledge of older music ; Quartet Op. 18/4 ; Violin Sonata Op. 23 ; Quintet Op. 29 ; Quartet Op. 59/1 ; Quartet Op. 59/2 ; 233 Quartet Op. 59/3 ; Quartet Op. 95 ; Piano Trio Op. 97 ; Violin Sonata Op. 96 ; Variations for Piano Trio Op. 121a ; Cello Sonata Op. 102/2 ; Quintet-fugue Op. 137 ; Folksong variations Op. 105/1 and Op. 107/3 ; Quartet Op. 132 ; Great Fugue Op. 133 ; Quartet Op. 131
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
  • Rev. and expanded 2d ed. /
  • translated from the German ed. by Margaret Bent and the author.
Extent
xxvii, 383 pages, [10] leaves of plates
Isbn
9780822304166
Lccn
78050394
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)5502828

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