The string quartets of Béla Bartók : tradition and legacy in analytical perspective / Dániel Péter Biró and Harald Krebs
- New York : Oxford University Press, 2014.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource : music
- Additional Creators:
- Biro, Daniel, 1969- and Krebs, Harald, 1955-
- Machine generated contents note: 1.Sonata Form in the First Movement of Bartok's Fourth String Quartet / Paul Wilson -- 2.Bartok and Traditional Form Description: Some Issues Arising from the Middle and Late String Quartets / Jonathan W. Bernard -- 3.The Structural Role of Formal Contrast in Beethoven's Piano Sonata op. 101 and Bartok's Third String Quartet / Jee Yeon Ryu -- 4.In Beethoven's Footsteps: Metrical Dissonance in Bartok's String Quartets / Harald Krebs -- 5.Bartok's Grooves: Metrical Processes in the Fourth String Quartet / John Roeder -- 6.Between Sound and Structure: Folk Rhythm at the Center of Bartok's Fifth String Quartet / Daphne Leong -- 7.The Romanian "Long Song" as Structural Convergent Point for the Chiasmal Harmonic Design in Bartok's Fourth String Quartet / Elliott Antokoletz -- 8.The Use of Tonal Concepts and their Attendant Modes of Continuity in the Inner Hearing of Bartok's String Quartets / William Benjamin -- 9.Aggregate Structure and Cyclic Design at the Conclusion of Bartok's Second String Quartet / Edward Gollin -- 10.The Realization(s) of Functional Qualities in Bartok's Second String Quartet / Charles Morrison -- 11.How Barbaric Is Bartok's forte? About the Performance of Bartok's Fast Movements for Piano and Strings, with Emphasis on the First Movement of the Fifth String Quartet / Judit Frigyesi -- 12.Bartok's Relics: Nostalgia in Gyorgy Ligeti's Second String Quartet / Martin Iddon -- 13.Bartok's Quartets, Folk Music, and the Anxiety of Influence / Daniel Peter Biro -- 14.Recycled Flowers: Quotation, Paraphrase, and Allusion in Gyorgy Kurtag's Officium breve in memoriam Andrea Szervdnszky op. 28 for String Quartet / Friedemann Sallis.
- At the centre of Bartók's œuvre are his string quartets, which are generally acknowledged as some of the most significant pieces of 20th century chamber music. This book examines these remarkable works from a range of theoretical and methodological perspectives.
- 9780199361304 (ebook)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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