Style in Musical Art

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Bach, J. S., fugue subjects, 218, 219
early Toccata for Clavier in D minor, 276
Bach, P. E., subjects of his sonatas, 224
Beethoven, modulation in first theme of Eroica Symphony, 143
sketches for Funeral March in Eroica Symphony, 225, 226
Sonata, Op. 2, No. 1, in F minor, 233
Sonata, Op. 31, No. 2, in G major, 233
Sonata, Op. 31, No. 3, in E♭ major, 234
Sonata, Op. 101, in A major, 298
Sonata, Op. 106, in B♭ major, 234
Bells, The," from Fitzwilliam Collection, 344
Brahms, Sonata for Pianoforte and Violin in A major, 240
Bull, Dr. J., As I went to Walsingham," 61
modulations in Ut Re Mi Fa," 64
Buus, J., Ricercar, 212
Buxtehude, D., fugue subjects, 217, 218
Byrd, W., Fantasia, 215
Battell," 343
Carissimi, Jonah,351
Cavalli, "Mormorate O fiumicelli", from Ercole Amante, 350
Cosyn, B., Galliard, 63
Folk-songs, Chinese, 268
Zuni Indian, 268
Catalan, 269
Scotch (traditional), 270
Frescobaldi, Canzonas, 216
Capriccio, Sopra la Battaglia," 343
Froberger, Fugue subjects, 217
Gabrieli, A., Fantasia, 213
Ricercar, 212
Gabrieli, G., Canzona, 213
Kuhnau, Biblical History Sonatas, 360
Liszt, Concerto in A, 237
Monteverde, Orfeo, 100, 102
Mozart, first Symphony, 273, 274
Symphony in C major, 81
Sonata for Pianoforte in A minor, 224
Music-hall types, 116 et seq.
Palestrina, "Jam Christus," 338
"Assumpta est Maria," 338
Peri, Euridice, 99
Redford, J., "Te per orbem terrarum," 60
Scarlatti, A., Prigionier fortunato, 273
Scarlatti, D., subjects from his sonatas, 221
Schütz, H., Resurrection, 356
Shelbye, "Miserere", 60
Strauss, R., Also sprach Zarathustra, 245; Don Quixote, 246; "Sinfonia Domestica", 246, 247; "Till Eulenspiegel", 244; Tod und Verklärung, 245; Heldenleben, 205, 206; Electra, 206
Sweelinck, "echo" piece, 348
Tschaïfkowsky, variation from suite, 207
Pathetic Symphony, first movement, 241; last movement, 241
Symphony No. 4, 405
Wagner, Leitmotiven--
From Parsifal: "Innocent fool," 238; "Gurnemanz's anger," 238
From The Ring: "Magic ring," 237; "Tarnhelm," 238; "Magic kiss," 238
From Tristan: "Death," 238; "Love potion," 239; "Love duet," 245
Willaert, A., Ricercar à tre, 212

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