Beethoven on Beethoven: Playing His Piano Music His Way

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W. W. Norton & Company, 1991 - 336 páginas
In this provocative new study, William Newman presents to the reader “whatever intentions on Beethoven's part can be documented or can be supported by reasoning and analysis in the primary sources for his music.” His aim, in brief, is to get as close as possible to the performance practices Beethoven himself had in mind for his piano music, both solo and ensemble works.
 

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Eminent music scholar Newman, whose three-volume history of the sonata idea is a landmark work in musicology, has brought together his interests in Beethoven and piano playing in this important study ... Leer reseña completa

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Preface
11
OriEntatioNs
17
Source Manuscripts and EdiTioNs
31
His Options PrefERences
45
Rate and FlexibiliTy
83
The DemarcatioN and CharactERiza
121
The Incise and Phrase as Guides to Rhythmic
163
Realizing Beethovens OrnamentatioN
217
FurthER Expressive Factors
229
Some Broad Structural ConsidERatioNs
256
Keyboard Techniques as Both Clues
276
A Few AftERthoughts
301
Beethovens WorKs for Piano
323
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