Carl Schachter is widely acknowledged to be one of the leading music theorists of his generation. His influence, both as a teacher and through his writings, is incalculable. Yet as known to his colleagues, students, and friends, Carl Schachter the man is equally remarkable. The essays in this book reflect both aspects of his influence. Among the many notable scholars with contributions to this volume are Charles Burkhart, William Rothstein, Joel Lester, Hedi Siegel, Channan Willner, Frank Samaratto, and William Renwick.Circular motion in Chopina#39;s late B-major Nocturne (Op. 62, No. 1) William Roths te in The last of Chopina#39;s three nocturnes in B major, composed in 1845-46, is among the most remarkable of the ... 2, see Jean-Jacques Eigeldinger, Chopin, pianist and teacher, as seen by his pupils, trans. Naomi Shohet (Cambridge University Press, 1 986), pp. ... 4On outer and inner forms, see my book Phrase Rhythm in Tonal Music (New York: Schirmer Books, 1989). an attempt has recently beenanbsp;...
|Title||:||Structure and Meaning in Tonal Music|
|Author||:||Carl Schachter, L. Poundie Burstein, David Gagné|
|Publisher||:||Pendragon Press - 2006|