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- KurzbeschreibungDonald Martino (1931-2005) has received a <br>significant amount of recognition for his work both <br>as a composer and a scholar. To date, however, a <br>detailed theoretical-analytical study of Martino's <br>music has yet to be published. Moreover, while <br>Martino's twelve-tone compositions have received <br>attention in the literature, his pre-dodecaphonic <br>works have not. This is unfortunate since, as this <br>book illustrates, Martino's pre-dodecaphonic <br>compositions significantly inform his later works. <br>Indeed, the present study, which traces the <br>development of Martino's compositional technique and <br>style from his initial experiments with octatonicism <br>through to his mature dodecaphonic works, addresses <br>this lacuna in the literature devoted to Martino. <br>Pitch-class set theory and transformation theory <br>form the theoretical basis for the analytical <br>chapters. These theoretical perspectives are <br>combined in order to take advantage of two <br>different, yet complementary, modes of analysis; <br>that is, the static classification of sets and the <br>dynamic process of transformations.
- AutorAndrew J. Kizas
- Seiten188 Seiten
- Gewicht256 g
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