Schubert: critical and analytical studies

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University of Nebraska Press, Jun 1, 1986 - Music - 256 pages
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Addressing a wide range of topics—from Schubert’s approach to large-scale musical form to his innovations in instrumental forms and Lieder—Schubert offers a diverse, illuminating portrait of the composer and his music.

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Contents

Edward T Cone
13
David Brodbeck
31
Joseph Kerman
48
William Kinderman
65
Thrasybulos Georgiades translated by Marie Louise Gbllner
84
Arnold Feil translated by Walter Frisch
104
Image and Background in a Schubert Song
126
Anthony Newcomb
146
Walter Frisch
175
Lawrence Kramer
200
Appendix of Longer Musical Examples
237
The Contributors
251
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About the author (1986)

Walter Frisch is a professor in the Department of Music at Columbia University. He is the author of The Early Works of Arnold Schoenberg. Contributors to the volume include distinguished scholars Joseph Kerman, Edward T. Cone, David Lewin, Walter Frisch, David Brodbeck, William Kinderman, Lawrence Kramer, and Anthony Newcomb. There are also translations of writings by the influential German critics Carl Dahlhaus, Thrasybulos Georgiades, and Arnold Feil.

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