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title: The lyric and the vocal element in instrumental music of the nineteenth century
red.: Kamila Stępień-Kutera
publisher: Narodowy Instytut Fryderyka Chopina
ISBN: 978-83-64823-69-5
EAN: 978-83-64823-69-5
year of publication: 2017
languages: English
series: proceedings
format: B5
cover: paperback
pp: 344
weight: 0.2 kg

The book contains extended articles from the International Musicological Conference organized by the the Fryderyk Chopin Institute in September 2016 in Radziejowice.

Contents

 

MIECZYSŁAW TOMASZEWSKI

The birth of instrumental lyricism from the spirit of song

 

DAVID ROWLAND,

Piano sonority and melody c.1800–1835

 

IRENA PONIATOWSKA

‘Sing when you play’

 

KRISTEN STRANDBERG

The ‘singing’ violinist as artistic genius in nineteenth-century France

 

AGNIESZKA CHWIŁEK

‘I’m now devoting a great deal of attention to melody’. Melody in piano works of the first decade in the oeuvre of Robert Schumann

 

STEPHAN LEWANDOWSKI

Fantasies or Caprices. Adolf Bernhard Marx’s influence on the instrumental style of Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy

 

ZBIGNIEW GRANAT

Chopin’s tones, Schubert’s words: The secret programme of the A minor Prelude

 

WOJCIECH NOWIK

Chopin’s ‘Eroica’: the Nocturne in C minor, Op. 48 No. 1

 

LAURI SURPÄÄ

From quiet lament to raging frustration: Vocal topics in Chopin’s Nocturne in C minor, Op. 48 No. 1

 

SILVIA DEL ZOPPO

Echoes of Chopin’s piano music in Milan between 1850 and 1880

 

MAGDALENA OLIFERKO

Hexameron – an instrumental di bravura song or a musical study in character psychology

 

MICHAEL PECAK

Imagining speech: Elsner, Polish prosody and poetic pianism

 

KRZYSZTOF BILICA

The Polish melos on the Danube. The Polish cadence in nineteenth-century music of the German-speaking area

 

WOJCIECH M. MARCHWICA

 

Songs from the comedy opera Siedem razy jeden [Seven times one] by Ludwik Adam Dmuszewski and Józef Elsner as a prime example of the popularisation of comedy operas during the first half of the nineteenth century

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