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FRIEDRICH WILHELM ZACHOW'S THIRTY-THREE EXTANT CHURCH CANTATAS: AN EXAMINATION OF PITCH STANDARD ISSUES, CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA SIZE, AND CONTINUO GROUP CONSTITUTION
Friedrich Wilhelm Zachow (1663-1712), born a generation before Bach and Handel, wrote over 120 church cantatas and several Lutheran Masses for the Marienkirche in Halle. Among them, only thirty-four cantatas and one Lutheran ...
Understanding the Reception of Walton's Violin Sonata: An Analysis of the First Movement
This essay explores the tonal and formal structure of the first movement of the Sonata for Violin and Piano by William Walton in the context of its reception history. Reviews of the first performances of the work are ...
York Bowen's Three Viola and Piano Masterworks for Lionel Tertis
English violist Lionel Tertis (1876-1975) was the “father of the viola” and revolutionized viola playing as we know it today. Known for his beauty and depth of tone, Tertis’s techniques are evident in the many works he ...
The Ordering of Schumann's Symphonic Etudes, Op.13: Incorporating the Posthumous Variations
The ordering of movements in Schumann’s Symphonic Etudes is a question that pianists have yet to fully resolve. This problem is a result of decisions that Schumann made when he wrote, revised, and edited different versions ...
Characteristics of Online Music Courses: A Survey of Music Faculty
The purpose of this study was to determine the perceptions of music faculty toward course suitability for online delivery, the pedagogical practices of online music faculty, and the current predominate characteristics of ...