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Lowell Liebermann: A stylistic analysis and discussion of the Sonata for Flute and Piano, op. 23, Sonata for Flute and Guitar, op. 25, and "Soliloquy" for flute solo, op. 44
The compositional style of three chamber works for flute by Lowell Liebermann is explored through harmonic and formal analyses, an interview with the composer, Lowell Liebermann, and interviews with the flutists who ...
The historical influences on the works for violin and orchestra by Ludwig van Beethoven
Many nineteenth-century creative artists saw in Beethoven a substantiation of their own aesthetic ideals and propagated a "mythical" Beethoven who was unique in every respect of compositional styles and forms of music. ...
Louis Vierne and his unfinished "Methode d'Orgue"
Louis Vierne, one of the most important figures in the rich French organ literature of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, made a substantial contribution in the cultivation and the promulgation of an organ ...
The influence of Baroque dance in the performance of Johann Sebastian Bach's Six Suites a Violoncello Senza Basso
A major part of Johann Sebastian Bach's works was influenced by dance. Only recently, musician-scholars have begun to analyze carefully the effect of dance on instrumental suites from the Renaissance and Baroque periods. ...