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0521462495
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Craig Ayrey,Mark Everist
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English
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Cambridge University Press; First Edition edition (August 28, 1996)
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Harley, M. A. (1998) Craig Ayrey and Mark Everist (ed., Analytical Strategies and Musical Interpretation: Essays on Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Music. In: Music Analysis, Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. 382-388. Find it on Google Scholar. Drag and drop files here.

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Craig Ayrey, Mark Everist. Two associated types of practice are emphasised: 'translation', the transformation of one type of experience or art object into the musical work, the artistic attempt to persuade us that the new product is as valid as its original, or more so than its origin; and 'rhetoric', the attempt to persuade us, through.

Analytical strategies and musical interpretation: essays on nineteenth-and twentieth-century music. Cambridge University Press, 2004. Oxford University Press, 2001.

Analytical Strategies and Musical Interpretation: Essays on Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Music, ed. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996. xii, 321 pp. ISBN 0-521-46249-5. None of the essays in this collection focus on Beethoven's music. However, in "Symphony and Symphonic Scenes: Issues of Structure and Context in Schumann's 'Rhenish' Symphony," Michael Musgrave describes the Eroica Symphony as a model for Schumann's Symphony in Å-flat Major, Opus 97.

Analytical Strategies and Musical Interpretation: Essays on Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Music

Analytical Strategies and Musical Interpretation: Essays on Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Music.

music in the nineteenth century. Giacomo Meyerbeer and Music Drama in Nineteenth-Century Paris. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996. His articles in refereed journals and chapters in collected works number in excess of 60, and many of his articles have been translated into French, German, Japanese and Italian. Variorum Collected Studies Series CS805.

Ayrey, Craig and Everist, Mark (ed. (1996) Analytical strategies and musical interpretation: essays on. Reflects the current state of analytical thinking, Considers music analysis as a mode of interpretation, Contributions by distinguished British and American scholars. (1996) Analytical strategies and musical interpretation: essays on nineteenth- and twentieth-century music, Cambridge, GB. Cambridge University Press, 336pp. 1. Introduction: different trains Craig Ayrey; Part I. Translations

This book is devoted to music analysis as an interpretive activity. Interpretation is often considered only in theory, or as a philosophical problem, but this book attempts to demonstrate and reflect on the interpretive results of analysis. Two associated types of practice are emphasised: 'translation', the transformation of one type of experience or art object into the musical work, the artistic attempt to persuade us that the new product is as valid as its original, or more so than its origin; and 'rhetoric', the attempt to persuade us, through structure, to accept the signifying power of the work. The unifying theme of the essays is the interpretive transformation of concepts, ideas and forms that constitutes the heart of the compositional process of nineteenth- and twentieth-century music. The repertoire discussed ranges from Schumann through Wagner, Mahler, Zemlinsky, Debussy, Schoenberg, Berg, Webern and Stravinsky to Carter and Birtwistle.