Expressive Intersections in Brahms : Essays in Analysis and Meaning EPUB
Edited by Heather Platt, Peter H. Smith
Contributors to this exciting volume examine the intersection of structure and meaning in Brahms's music, utilizing a wide range of approaches, from the theories of Schenker to the most recent analytical techniques. They combine various viewpoints with the semiotic-based approaches of Robert Hatten, and address many of the most important genres in which Brahms composed. The essays reveal the expressive power of a work through the comparison of specific passages in one piece to similar works and through other artistic realms such as literature and painting. The result of this intertextual re-framing is a new awareness of the meaningfulness of even Brahms's most ';absolute' works.
';Through its unique combination of historical narrative, expressive content, and technical analytical approaches, the essays in Expressive Intersections in Brahms will have a profound impact on the current scholarly discourse surrounding Brahms analysis.' Notes
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- Pages:316 pages
- Publisher:Indiana University Press
- Publication Date:18/07/2012