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Peter Pears once described Benjamin Britten as 'a Greek who worships all the gods'; and in order to come to terms with Britten's music it is necessary to recognize a language deeply embedded in this Western tradition. This book is devoted to Night-piece (Notturno), written for the first Leeds International Pianoforte Competition of 1963. It addresses the work from many points of view: historical, documentary, analytical, formal, kinetic, hermeneutical, and affective. It also includes a wide range of illustrated allusions to other music, a full set of sketches, the printed score, arrays of modes and voice-leading graphs, and two appendices that take the issues of intensification and neapolitan relations further. In so doing, it provides a new model for the study of Britten's work in general. Winner of the Sue Thomson Foundation Publishing Award for 2006.
|Dimensjoner||29,5cm x 20,8cm x 1cm||Vekt||408 gram|
|Andre medvirkende||Julian Littlewood||Emner og form||Individual composers & musicians, specific bands & groups, 20th century & contemporary classical music|