Stravinsky's Topology is an innovative explanation of the music of the great composer Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971). Specifically, this book examines Stravinsky's implementation of certain twelve-tone row forms for particular formal events and to enhance the poetry in his later works with poetic texts. This book, reprinted from a doctoral dissertation, presents a new analytical method called Object-Oriented analysis to study Stravinsky's smaller works Epitaphium, Anthem, Elegy for J. F. K., Fanfare for a New Theater, and The Owl and the Pussy-Cat. The remainder of this book is devoted to a detailed examination of Stravinsky's expanded Object-Oriented compositional technique in The Flood and in his largest late work, Threni. This investigation concludes with remarks about how a conductor can apply Object-Oriented analysis in performance. 216 pages.Andrew Thomas Kuster ... Each of the five chapters of the Biblical book of Lamentations is an acrostic poem. In chapters one, two, and four, each line of the acrostic begins with a successive letter of the Hebrew alphabet. Thus, each chapteranbsp;...
|Author||:||Andrew Thomas Kuster|
|Publisher||:||Andrew Kuster - 2005|