Masters of the keyboard: individual style elements in the piano music of Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, and Schubert
..". fluently written and often humorous... " --Notes ..". should be required reading for performers andteachers." -- The Eighteenth Century Konrad Wolffcharacterizes in detail the personal musical language of several great masters ofthe piano, pursuing different lines of investigation to discover each composer'sessential traits. He brings the accumulated wisdom of his long career as a pianistand teacher to this delineation of compositional styles. Both intellect andmusicality contribute to his cogent observations, and his literary style is aseloquent as the music he describes.
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1st Mvt 2nd Mvt 3rd Mvt Adagio Alberti bass Allegro appoggiatura Archduke Trio B-flat major B-flat major Sonata Bach bass beat melody Beethoven beginning cadence Chromatic Fugue Clavier coda composer compositions Czerny diatonic dissonances dominant downbeat eighth notes English Suite episode example F minor F-sharp minor Fantasy Finale fingers French Overture G major Goldberg Variations harmonic Haydn instance instrumental Italian Concerto keyboard left hand legato major Concerto major Sonata marked measures middle section minor Fugue mordents motive Mozart notation octave opening movement Partita pedal performer phrase pianist piano music piano sonatas piece played posth Prelude quartets recapitulation repeated rhythm rhythmic right hand Rondo scale Schindler Schubert second beat second movement slow movement Sonata in B-flat Sonata in F sound string style subdominant Symphony tempo texture thematic tion tonality tone tonic trill triplets two-part upbeat vibration Violin Sonata Waldstein Sonata Well-Tempered Clavier