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About the Author s. Each chapter also concludes with a welcome annotated bibliography for further study and examples. Emphasizing “hands-on” contact with the music through playing, singing, listening, and analyzing it provides six chapters on theory, each illustrated with musical examples and fully worked-out analyses, all drawn largely from the classical pre-war repertoire by Schoenberg, Stravinsky, Bartok, Berg, and Webern.
Tanja Mijatovic rated it it was amazing May 19, And provides answers step by step and with just the right amount of illustrative material.
But they’re still clear enough indeed the book is very well-produced to be usable nevertheless. This is a huge achievement. And with an ebook option, Norton offers even more value to students.
But perhaps the most striking advantage of this book is Straus’ ability to explain so clearly the essence even of complex theoretical ideas and practices such as Inversional Axis in the context of Centricity. Want to Read saving…. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Jordan Hugh Sam rated it liked it May 29, Published August 28th by Pearson first published October The Fourth Edition helps students identify key theoretical points and guides them through the process of analysis, while also offering new recently composed musical examples—all at an exceptional value.
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Introduction to Post-Tonal Theory, 3rd Edition
We don’t recognize your username or password. Three principal kinds of post-tonal music —Considers free atonal music, twelve-tone music, and neutonal music. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. It’s very comprehensive, covering almost all significant developments and strands in post-tonal music.
Sign In We’re sorry! These look first at basic definitions and concepts… pitch and pitch class, equivalence, notation, intervals; in fonal depth at Pitch-class sets; at other musical relationships… transposition, inversion and contour; at centricity, referential collections, triadic post-tonality and collection theory; at basic twelve-tone operations; and then in greater detail at twelve-tone theory as practiced specifically by composers from Webern and Schoenberg to Boulez and Babbitt.
Updated information on the most recent developments in post-tonal theory —Includes expanded or new coverage of the following topics: Introduction to Post-Tonal Theory: Bartok, Sonata, first movement. Lists with This Ojseph. But its complete and lucid plst of those aspects most central to the development and uniqueness of contemporary music, and the success in understanding them which it almost guarantees because of Straus’ lucid style not to etraus the extremely practical and exhaustive adherence to examples of real music make the price justified.
Provides students with a full range of activities for applying concepts and for delving more deeply into the many aspects of theory. Indeed, this third edition has updated the earlier already classic text with recent research and developments such as transformational networks, neotonality and interval cycles that anyone seeking to understand how and why recent and contemporary music written in and across a broad range of styles and from a large array of theoretical perspectives will not be disappointed if they work their way carefully through it.
Schoenberg, Nacht, from Pierrot Lunaire, Op. At first sight that may be intimidating. Strqus out You have successfully signed out and will be required to sign back in should yheory need to download more resources. The work is protected by local and international copyright laws and is provided solely for the use of instructors in teaching their courses and assessing student learning. Schoenberg, Suite for Piano, Op.
Webern, Wie bin ich froh! The Fourth Edition maintains the insightful analyses that concluded each chapter of previous editions, and posy in-text score excerpts make the analyses even easier for students to grasp.
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Author Joe Straus is renowned for his work on the Second Viennese School and Stravinsky, and the Fourth Edition continues to illuminate classic teaching examples by these composers, in addition to featuring the work of newer composers such as Adams, Carter, and Ligeti.
Johnny Newman rated it it was amazing Aug 01, Thanks for telling us about the problem. The illustrations from the work of three dozen or so composers from Ives onwards clarify where examples are needed. Open Preview See a Problem? Preview this title online. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. No trivia or quizzes yet. Keeps students abreast of the most recent theoretical developments. Anthology for Music in the Twentieth and Strasu Centuries A concise anthology including a wide range of music from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
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