Graphic music analysis
- Eric Wen.
- Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 
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- xiv, 375 pages : music ; 28 cm
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- Wen, Eric, 1953- author.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 365-366) and indexes.
- Section 1 - Graphic Music Analysis Chapter 1: Highlighting Notes and Making Connections between Them Chapter 2: Figuration Chapter 3: The Linear Progression Chapter 4: The 5-6 succession Chapter 5: Structural Levels Chapter 6: The Introduction to Mozart's "Dissonance" Quartet Section 2 - Semper idem, sed non eodem modo Chapter 7: The Fundamental Structure (Ursatz) Chapter 8: Urlinie Descents from 3 Chapter 9: Urlinie Descents from 5 Section 3 - Techniques of Elaborating the Ursatz Chapter 10: Substitution Chapter 11: Delaying the Initial Tone of the Urlinie Chapter 12: Boundary Play and the Obligatory Register Chapter 13: Sequences Chapter 14: Non-Structural Harmonies Chapter 15: Implied Tones Chapter 16: Mixture Chapter 17: Relocating the Urlinie Chapter 18: The Phrygian 2 Chapter 19: The Auxiliary Cadence Chapter 20: Non-Tonic Expansions Section 4 - Tonal Structure and Musical Form Chapter 21: The Parallel Period (A A') Chapter 22: Variants of the Parallel Period Chapter 23: A B A Form Chapter 24: A B A' Form (with simple A) Chapter 25: A B A' Form (with compound A) Chapter 26: Sonata Form in the Major Mode Chapter 27: Sonata Form in the Minor Mode Epilogue.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Graphic Music Analysis presents Schenkerian analysis in a practical and engaging manner that will resonate with musicology, theory, and composition students, as well as performing musicians. With over 650 musical examples, Eric Wen guides students through the step-by-step process of creating graphic representations of music and reveals how Schenkerian ideas evolve out of analytical issues in the works encountered. Rather than promoting an analytic method for its own sake, Wen derives structural techniques from their particular musical situations to help students engage directly with the music. The textbook has an online companion website (textbooks.rowman.com/wen) featuring: oFull scores and recordings of the works discussed in the book oDownloadable workbook of additional pieces to analyze oDetailed commentary on Schenker's own analysis of J. S. Bach's Prelude in C from Book 1 of The Well-Tempered Clavier An instructor's manual with a step-by-step guide to analyzing the supplementary workbook examples is also available. Please email email@example.com for more information.
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- Schenkerian analysis.
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- Graphic music analysis : an introduction to Schenkerian theory and practice
- Introduction to Schenkerian theory and practice
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