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by Michael Dachs,Paul Söhner

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ISBN:
3466300134
Author:
Michael Dachs,Paul Söhner
Language:
German
Publisher:
Kösel (January 1, 2001)
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Michael Dachs sammelte seine ersten musikalischen Erfahrungen auf der Zither.

Michael Dachs sammelte seine ersten musikalischen Erfahrungen auf der Zither. Eine weiterführende musikalische Schulung in Klavier, Violine, Orgel und Harmonie lehre erhielt er in der Ausbildung zum Lehrer, die er in Deggendorf und Straubing absolvierte. Nach kurzer Anstellung im Volksschuldienst von 1894-1900 vertiefte er seine musikalischen Fähigkeiten durch Studien in Eichstätt und in München an der Akademie der Tonkunst (1903-05).

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Harmonielehre is a 1985 orchestral composition by the American composer John Adams

Harmonielehre is a 1985 orchestral composition by the American composer John Adams. The composition's title, German for "study of harmony," is also the title of several music theory texts, including those written by Arnold Schoenberg (1911), Heinrich Schenker (1906), and Hugo Riemann (1893), with Adams explicitly referring to Schoenberg's

Schoenberg's Harmonielehre (Theory of Harmony) was written for, and intended for use by, composition students in university-level conservatory classes

Schoenberg's Harmonielehre (Theory of Harmony) was written for, and intended for use by, composition students in university-level conservatory classes. It is likely to be as hard going for anyone without several years prior music study as would be, say, a college calculus class for someone who had never had high school math. Published January 1, 2002 by Kösel. There's no description for this book yet.

For the book by Arnold Schoenberg, see Arnold Schoenberg § Writings. It begins with the powerful repetition of chords in E minor in minimalist fashion

For the book by Arnold Schoenberg, see Arnold Schoenberg § Writings. For the book by Heinrich Schenker, see Harmony (Schenker). It begins with the powerful repetition of chords in E minor in minimalist fashion. These chords form a recurring theme throughout the movement, interspersed with motoric episodes that use Schoenberg's harmonic progressions as chordal "gates" (a name coined by Adams to describe juxtapositions of harmonic areas in his music). At the center of the arch-like 17-minute movement arises what Tom Service has called an "achingly expressive lyrical theme.

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