2 edition of compositional process of J.S. Bach found in the catalog.
compositional process of J.S. Bach
Robert L. Marshall
In 2 vols.
|Series||Princeton studies in music -- no.4|
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While giving a comprehensive overview of the Christmas Oratorio as a whole, the book focuses on two themes in particular: the cultural and theological understanding of Christmas in Bach's time and the compositional process that led Bach from the earliest concepts to the completed piece. A singular resource, Exploring the World of J. S. Bach puts Bach aficionados and classical music lovers in the shoes of the master composer. Bach scholar Robert L. Marshall and veteran writer-translator Traute M. Marshall lead readers on a Baroque Era odyssey through fifty towns where Bach resided, visited, and of course created his works.
Marshall’s book, “The Compositional Process of J. S. Bach,” received the Kinkeldey Prize of the American Musicological Society, and another book, “The Music of Johann Sebastian Bach: The Sources, the Style, the Significance,” received the ASCAP-Deems Taylor award for excellence.p. For more information, contact the music. Peters said he edited the book, Compositional Choices and Meaning in the Vocal Music of J. S. Bach, with his friend Reginald L. Sanders, professor of music at Kenyon College, as a way to honor his dissertation advisor, Don O. Franklin, emeritus professor of music at the University of Pittsburgh and a past president of the American Bach Society.
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The compositional process of J.S. Bach by Robert L. Marshall,Princeton University Press edition, in English. The compositional process of J.S. Bach: a study of the autograph scores of the vocal works. [Princeton, N.J.]: Princeton University Press. MLA Citation. Marshall, Robert Lewis. The compositional process of J.S.
Bach: a study of the autograph scores of the vocal works / by Robert Lewis Marshall Princeton University Press [Princeton, N.J.] The authors each address in some way such questions of meaning in J.S.
Bach's vocal compositions-including his Passions, Masses, Magnificat, and cantatas-with particular attention to how such meaning arises out of the intentionality of J.S. Bach's own compositional choices or (in Part IV in particular) how meaning is discovered, and created.
I would put in another plug for a book Compositional process of J.S. Bach book mentioned some months ago: the classic two-volume set by Robert Marshall, The Compositional Process of J.S. Bach (Princeton ) as a published revision of his dissertation. Show Summary Details Preview.
This book explores Bach's “Great Eighteen” Organ Chorales—among Bach's most celebrated works for organ—from a wide range of historical and analytical perspectives, including the models used by Bach in conceiving the individual pieces, his subsequent compilation of these works into a collection, and his compositional process as.
Bach’s Numbers clears the way for some promising new directions in Bach scholarship. Tatlow’s work should be valued not only for what it suggests for future study, however, but for what it provides in its own right: a bold historical rendering of Bach’s compositional process that forces us to view some of the composer’s greatest works Cited by: 4.
Step into the classroom with Christoph WolffJohann Sebastian Bach holds a singular position in the history of music. A uniquely gifted musician, he combined outstanding performing virtuosity with supreme creative powers and remarkable intellectual discipline. More than two centuries after his lifetime, Bach's work continues to set musical noted Bach scholar Christoph.
Otto Kinkeldey Prize of the American Musicological Society, (for The Compositional Process of J. Bach) () Scholarship. Marshall, Robert L. Bach and Mozart: Essays on the Enigma of Genius.
Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, Marshall, Robert L, and Traute M. Marshall. Exploring the World of. I wonder why no BACH scholar has answered this. Is it because nothing is known about BACH's composing process.
I know nothing about it, but from his output and what is known about everything else going on in his life, we can assume he worked ver. Russell Stinston's book, The Orgelbuchlein, is an indispensable resource for any organist regarding one of the most seminal collections of pieces in the repertoire by J.
Bach. His approach, examining the autograph manuscript, determining compositional process, and giving approximate compositional order (which is not the order of the pieces Cited by: 6.
On the th anniversary of the composer's death, this volume offers an in-depth look at the "Great Eighteen" organ chorales, among the most celebrated works for organ, and a milestone in the history of the chorale.
Addressed to organists, scholars, and general listeners alike, this lucid and engaging book examines the music from a wide spectrum of historical and analytical. The book begins with a discussion of Bach's reasons for compiling the collection and his original plans to create a comprehensive set of chorales.
The book then examines the composer's compositional process in the collection and considers the music in its historical context with attention to each of the three types of chorale: the melody Author: Russell Stinson.
Ever since the publication of his brilliant dissertation-turned-book The Compositional Process of J. Bach: A Study of the Autograph Scores of the Vocal Works, Robert L. Marshall has been known as one of the most penetrating of Bach scholars, a reputation honed through his editorial participation in the Neue Bach-Ausgabe, authorship.
Exploring the World of J. Bach A Traveler’s Guide. Following in the footsteps of the great composer. A singular resource, Exploring the World of J. Bach puts Bach aficionados and classical music lovers in the shoes of the master composer.
Bach scholar Robert L. Marshall and veteran writer-translator Traute M. Marshall lead readers on a Baroque Era odyssey through. According to Christoph Wolff in his book, Johann Sebastian Bach: The Learned Musician, Bach may well have learned to play cello, and his idiomatic writing for the six suites suggests at the very least a good deal of familiarity with the instrument.2 The majority of Bach scholarship touching upon the cello suites stresses the idiomatic nature of.
He is the author of the award-winning studies The Compositional Process of J. Bach (Princeton, ) and The Music of Johann Sebastian Bach: The Sources, the Style, the Significance (Schirmer Books, ), the chorale-related articles in the New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, and the highly praised Mozart Speaks: Views on Music.
On J. Bach’s Compositional Technique 69 As a result of this process the first half relates to the second half as the thematic time to the non-thematic time. Duration and thematic structure, segmentation and functional differentiation correspond.
The durational and functional areas. The Compositional Process of J.S. Bach (Princeton studies in music, #4) it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — published — 3 editions/5.The Compositional Process of J.
S. Bach: A Study of the Autograph Scores of the Vocal Works (Princeton, NJ, ) Marshall, Robert L., The Music of Johann Sebastian Bach: The Sources, the Style, the Significance (New York, )Author: Peter Williams.Laurence Dreyfus explores the concept of "invention" in J.
S. Bach's compositional process in Bach and the Patterns of Invention (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ). 7 The obviously inserted measures were either erroneously omitted when the prelude was copied into the Clavierbüchlein, or were added at some later point as Johann.