Poetry into Song: Performance and Analysis of Lieder

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POETRY INTO SONG

Performance and Analysis of Lieder

DEBORAH STEIN ROBERT SPILLMAN

Foreword by Elly Ameling with Max Deen Larsen

New York Oxford OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1996

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword xi
  • Introduction Preliminary Clarifications xiii
  • Part I the Language of Poetry 1
  • Chapter One - Introduction to German Romanticism 3
  • Chapter Two - Devices and Delights in Poetry 20
  • Part Ii the Language of the Performer 57
  • Chapter Three - Chapte 59
  • Chapter Four - Temporality 69
  • Chapter Five - Elements of Interpretation 81
  • Part III the Language of Music 103
  • Chapter Six - Harmony and Tonality 105
  • Chapter Seven - Melody and Motive 141
  • Chapter Eight Rhythm and Meter 167
  • Chapter Nine Form in the German Lied 193
  • Chapter Ten Different Settings of a Single Text: Comparison of Compositional Style 211
  • Postlude 233
  • Notes 235
  • Appendix I Text Translations 261
  • Notes to Appendix I 319
  • Appendix Ii Glossary 323
  • Appendix III Selected Bibliography 337
  • Appendix Iv Repertory by Chapter 357
  • Appendix V 363
  • Scores Not Readily Accessible 363
  • Index 409
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