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Fugue and fugato in rococo and classical chamber music / Warren Kirkendale.


Rev. and expanded 2d ed. / translated from the German ed. by Margaret Bent and the author.. Durham, N.C. : Duke University Press, 1979.
ISBN 0822304163, 9780822304166

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Subjects Chamber music -- 18th century -- History and criticism.
Chamber music.
Fugato.
Fuge.
Fugue (Musique)
Fugue.
Kamermuziek.
Kammermusik.
Musique de chambre -- 18e siècle -- Histoire et critique.
Structuuranalyse.
Description xxvii, 383 pages, [10] leaves of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
Copyright Date 1979.
Notes First edition published in 1966 under title: Fuge und Fugato in der Kammermusik des Rokoko und der Klassik.
Includes index.
Bibliography; pages 335-358.
Contents Part one : Rococo -- The composers. Vienna ; Italy ; England ; North Germany ; Palatinate ; Summary ; Pedagogical genealogy -- Circumstances of performance. Church and chamber ; Instrumentation -- Genres of composition. The church sonata ; The neutral sonata ; The partita ; The introductions to fugues in sonatas and partitas ; Dual versions ; The Italian sinfonia ; Finis coronat opus : the fugal finale ; The "framed" fugue (Sonnleithner) ; Sequence of movements -- Fugal movements. The exposition ; Bass accompaniment ; Exposition in stretto ; Double fugue ; Connection of entries ; Answer ; Countersubject ; Redundant entries ; Continuation and conclusion ; Subject entries ; Episodes ; "Reprise" ; Stretto ; Counterpoint ; Dynamics ; Summary ; Fugal Movements in Binary Form (Fugato) ; Fugal Movements in Disguised Binary Form (Gallo) -- Fugue subjects. Head motive, expansion, and cadence ; Rhythmic diminution ; Pathotype ; Cadence with trill on long penultimate note ; Cadence with suspension ; Sequential Subjects ; Types of sequences ; Chains of thirds ; Fourth- and fifth-step melodies ; Scale-themes ; Chains of suspensions, species counterpoint ; Chromatic themes ; Subjects of vocal and instrumental type ; Whole notes with suspensions ; Instrumental style ; Meter ; Repeated notes ; Disjunct motion ; Modern subjects ; Periodic phrase structure ; Motivic repetition ; Summary -- Part two : Classic -- Joseph Haydn. Studies, knowledge of older music ; Baryton trios ; String Quartets ; Canonic Menuets ; Summary -- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Studies, knowledge of older music ; Letters and documents regarding Mozart's relationship to fugue and to J.S. Bach ; Quartets K. 168 and K. 173; Violin Sonata K. 402 and Fugue K. 426 = 546 ; Quartet K. 387 ; Musical joke K. 522 ; Quintet K. 593 ; Quintet K. 614 -- Beethoven's contemporaries. Pupils of Haydn and Mozart (Ignaz Pleyel, Anton Wranitzky, Johann Spech, Johann Nepomuk Hummel) ; Franz Krommer ; Johann Anton AndreAndre as a theorist of fugue; The quarrel over the fugato) ; Anton Reicha (Reicha as a theorist of fugue) ; Luigi Cherubini -- Ludwig van Beethoven. Beethoven's contrapuntal studies with Haydn, Schenk, and Albrechtsberger ; Beethoven as a teacher of Archduke Rudolph ; His knowledge of theoretical writings ; Beethoven's knowledge of older music ; Quartet Op. 18/4 ; Violin Sonata Op. 23 ; Quintet Op. 29 ; Quartet Op. 59/1 ; Quartet Op. 59/2 ; 233 Quartet Op. 59/3 ; Quartet Op. 95 ; Piano Trio Op. 97 ; Violin Sonata Op. 96 ; Variations for Piano Trio Op. 121a ; Cello Sonata Op. 102/2 ; Quintet-fugue Op. 137 ; Folksong variations Op. 105/1 and Op. 107/3 ; Quartet Op. 132 ; Great Fugue Op. 133 ; Quartet Op. 131.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)5502828
(OCoLC)ocm05502828
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WorldCat Identities Kirkendale, Warren.
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