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by Heribert Esser,Irene Schreier Scott,Heinrich Schenker
By Heinrich Schenker, Heribert Esser, Irene Schreier Scott The book concludes with an aphoristic and sometimes lyrical chapter on practicing.
By Heinrich Schenker, Heribert Esser, Irene Schreier Scott. The Art of Performance. Heinrich Schenker's The Art of Performance shows this great music theorist in a new light. While his theoretical writings helped transform music theory in the twentieth century, this book draws on his experience as a musician and teacher to propose a sharp reevaluation of how musical compositions are realized in performance. The book concludes with an aphoristic and sometimes lyrical chapter on practicing.
Heinrich Schenker's The Art of Performance shows this great music . Heribert Esser has had a long and distinguished career as a conductor.
Heinrich Schenker's The Art of Performance shows this great music theorist in a new light. Schenker's approach is based on his argument that much of contemporary performance practice is rooted in the nineteenth-century cult of the virtuoso, which has resulted in an overemphasis on technical display.
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2 Heinrich Schenker, The Art of Performance, ed. by Heribert Esser, trans ) 3 Bruno Latour, Pandora’s Hope: Essays on the Reality of Science Studies (Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ . 1Starting this book with such a quote is not just a flippant rhetorical device.
The Art of Performance. Heinrich Schenker and Heribert Esser. From early on, Heinrich Schenker was deeply interested in performance. There are many references to a planned publication on performance, there are finished segments and many miscellaneous related notebook-jottings, but his theoretical writings took precedence over all else and he never completed the book.
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Heinrich Schenker (19 June 1868, Wiśniowczyk – 14 January 1935, Vienna) was a music theorist, music critic, teacher, pianist, and composer, best known for his approach to musical analysis, now usually called Schenkerian analysis. Fortunately, he kept many of his personal papers (including thousands of letters), and maintained a nearly 4000-page diary that includes many recollections from his early years.
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Publisher: Oxford University Press (May 2, 2002)
Pages: 136 pages