Anthology for musical analysis: postmodern update

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Thomson/Schirmer, May 11, 2007 - Music - 653 pages
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A landmark collection of over 200 complete musical compositions and movements, ranging from the Middle Ages to the present, ANTHOLOGY FOR MUSICAL ANALYSIS offers first- and second-year music theory classes a wealth of illustrations of chords, voice-leading techniques, and forms´'plus some material for figured-bass realization and score reading. Because this book takes no theoretical position, it is adaptable to any theoretical approach and to any type of curriculum, including those that combine theory study with music literature and the history of musical style.

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This is an excellent textbook for musical analysis. The excerpts are the perfect length and are pretty cut and dry. The examples are familiar and easily handled. Read full review

Contents

PREFACE
1
Guillaume de Macbaut ca i 30O1377
9
Joscfuin Desprtz ca i440i52i
16
movements from three winds piecesMozarts Divertimento for wind sextet Stra
22
of Bachs WellTempered Clavier the first movement of Haydns C sharp minor
28
Examples of Stock Basses late sixteenth century
32
Carlo Gesualdo ca 15601613
39
Claudio Monteverdi 15671643
45
Clara Schumann 18191896
351
Hugo Wolf 18601903
383
Amy Beach 18671944
393
Since Debussy
399
Arnold Schoenberg 18741951
420
Charles Ives 18741951
435
Maurice Ravel 18751937
444
Igor Stravinsky 18821971
458

Henry Purcell ca 16591695
55
xiv
58
Notebook jor Anna Magdalena Bach i725j
63
Johann Sebastian Bach 16851750
92
Domenico Scarlatti 16851757
130
Joseph Haydn 17321809
144
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 17561791
162
Ludwig van Beethoven 17701827
219
PART FOUR
289
PART FIVE
290
Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel 18051847
306
3Trallerliedchen Humming Song
311
31Kriegslied War Song
317
FrÚdÚric Chopin 18101849
325
Four Mazurkas
332
Richard Wagner 18131883
344
Anton Webem 18831945
482
Paul Hindemitb 18951963
488
Elliott Carter b 1908
509
Steve Reich b 1936
533
PART
543
John Harbison b 1938
563
Joan Tower b 1938
569
Fred Lerdahl b 1943
582
APPENDIX
593
APPENDIX
607
Wir Christenleut
631
ience of students see page 634
634
GENERAL INDEX
639
INDEX OF CHORDS SEQUENCES AND MODULATIONS
649
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About the author (2007)

Charles Burkhart, internationally recognized scholar in Schenkerian analysis; pianist; author, ANTHOLOGY FOR MUSICAL ANALYSIS; co-author, A NEW APPROACH TO KEYBOARD HARMONY; articles and reviews in THE MUSIC REVIEW, PERSPECTIVES OF NEW MUSIC, JOURNAL OF MUSIC THEORY, and THE MUSIC FORUM.

William Rothstein, author of PHRASE RHYTHM IN TONAL MUSIC, joins Charles Burkhart as co-author. Dr. Rothstein is a professor of Theory/Analysis at Queens College and the Graduate Center. In addition to his book, PHRASE RHYTHM IN TONAL MUSIC, which received an ASCAP-Deems Taylor Award and the Society for Music Theory's Young Scholar Award, Dr. Rothstein has published numerous articles.

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