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Anthology of Scores Volume II for History of Music in Western Culture

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Summary

Anthology of Scores — The text, A History of Music in Western Culture, 4th edition by Mark Evan Bonds, builds its narrative around the two-volume Anthology of Scores and a corresponding set of compact discs. Icons in the margin of the text cross-reference the scores and recordings of discussions in the Anthology.

  • The works in the Anthology of Scores to A History of Music in Western Culture have been carefully selected to represent the developments in music history discussed in the text.
    • Volume I covers antiquity through the Baroque era;
    • Volume II covers music of the Classical era to the present. Key features of the Score Anthology include
  • Integrated commentary - Excerpts from the text are integrated into the score anthology at the end of each selection, providing students with basic information and a brief discussion of every work.
  • Cross-referencing to text and recordings - Each selection in the anthology opens with a clear cross-reference to the recorded version of the work (disc and track number) and to the discussion of the work within the text (page number). The score and recordings in the anthology correspond exactly within their chronological span (Volume One of each through the Baroque era; Volume Two of each since the Classical era).

Table of Contents

PART FOUR THE CLASSICAL ERA

 

100 Georg Matthias Monn (1717–1750): Symphony in B Major, first movement (ca. 1740)

 

101 Domenico Scarlatti (1685–1757): Sonata in D Major, K. 492 (ca. 1750?)

 

102 Johann Stamitz (1717–1757): Symphony in D Major, Op. 3, No. 2, first movement (ca. 1752–1755)

 

103 Johann Christian Bach (1735–1782): Sonata in D Major, Op. 5, No. 2, first movement (1766)

 

104 Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714–1788): Fantasia in C minor, Wq. 63/6)

(1753)

 

105 Joseph Haydn (1732–1809): Piano Sonata in C minor, Hob. XVI:20, first movement (1771)

 

106 Haydn: String Quartet in C Major, Op. 33, No. 3 (1781)

 

107 Haydn:Symphony No. 103 in E<flat-sign>Major, first movement (1795)

 

108 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791): Piano Concerto in D Major, K. 107, No. 1, first movement (1772)

 

109 Mozart : Piano Concerto in D minor, K. 466 first movement (1785)

 

110 Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710–1736): La serva padrona, “Lo conosco a quegl’ occhietti” (1733)

 

111 Christoph Willibald Gluck (1714–1787): Alceste, Act II, Scene 3 (excerpt) (1767; revised 1776)

 

112 Mozart:Don Giovanni, K. 527, Act I, Scenes 1–4 (1787)

 

113 Mozart:Requiem, K. 626, Introit and Kyrie (1791)

 

114 Johann Friedrich Reichardt (1752–1814): Italien (“Kennst du das Land”)(1795–1796)

 

115 William Billings(1746–1800): Africa(1770, 1778)

 


 

 

PART FIVE THE 19TH CENTURY 115

 

116 Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827): Symphony No. 3 in E<flat-sign> Major (“Eroica”), Op. 55 (1803)

116a First Movement

116b Second Movement (Marcia funebre)

 

117 Hector Berlioz (1803–1869): Symphonie fantastique, fifth movement (finale: “Dream of a Witches’ Sabbath”) (1830)

 

118 Felix Mendelssohn (1809–1847): Overture to A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1826)

 

119 Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major, Op. 58, second movement (1806)

 

120 Beethoven: Piano Sonata in C Major, Op. 53 (“Waldstein”), first movement (1804)

 

121 Beethoven: String Quartet in B<flat-sign> Major, Op. 130 (excerpts) (1826)

 

122 Franz Schubert(1797–1828): Three Lieder

122a Erlkönig, D. 328 (1815)

122b Prometheus, D. 674 (1819)

122c Wanderers Nachtlied, D. 768 (1824)

 

123 Three Settings of Goethe’s Kennst du das Land

123a Schubert: Kennst du das Land (Mignons Gesang), D. 321 (1815)

123b Robert Schumann (1810–1856): Kennst du das Land (Mignon) (1849)

123c Hugo Wolf (1860–1903): Mignon (1888)

 

124 Stephen Foster(1826–1864): Beautiful Dreamer (1862)

 

125 Modeste Mussorgsky (1839–1881): V chetyrjokh stenakh (“In Four Walls”), from the song cycle Bez solnca (“Sunless”) (1874)

 

126 Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel (1805–1847): Trio in D minor, op. 11: third movement (Lied)

 

127 Frédéric Chopin (1810–1849): Mazurka in A minor, Op. 17, No. 4 (1833)

 

128 Chopin: Preludes, Op. 28, Nos. 1–4 (1839)

 

129 Chopin:Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23 (1835)

 

130 Franz Liszt (1811–1886): Galop de bal (ca. 1840)

 

131 Robert Schumann:Carnaval, Op. 9 (excerpts) (1835)

 

132 Liszt: Nuages gris (1881)

 

133 Niccolò Paganini (1782–1840): Caprices, Op. 1, No. 24, in A minor (ca. 1810)

 

134 Liszt:Etudes d’exécution transcendante, No. 1 in C Major (1838; revised 1851)

 

135 Louis Moreau Gottschalk(1829–1869): Union(1862)

 

136 Gioacchino Rossini (1792–1868): Il Barbiere di Siviglia (1816)

136a Act I, Scene 2, cavatina (Figaro):“Largo al factotum”

136b Act I, Scene 5, cavatina (Rosina):“Una voce poco fa”

 

137 Giuseppe Verdi (1813–1901): Rigoletto (1851)

137a Act I (excerpts)

137b Act III, Scene 3 (Quartetto: “Un dì, se ben rammentomi”)

 

138 Richard Wagner (1813–1883): Tristan und Isolde (1859)

138a Prelude

138b Act II: end of Scene 1 and beginning of Scene 2

 

139 William S. Gilbert (1836-1911)and Arthur Sullivan (1842–1900): The Pirates of Penzance, Act I (excerpt) (1879)

 

140 Clara Wieck Schumann (1819–1896): Vorwärts! (1848)

 

141 Anton Bruckner (1824–1896): Virga Jesse floruit (1885)

 

142 Johann Strauss, Jr. (1825–1899): An der schönen blauen Donau, Op. 314 (1867)

 

143 John Philip Sousa (1854–1932): Washington Post ( )

 

144 Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840–1893): Swan Lake( ) (                )

 

145 Johannes Brahms (1833–1897): Symphony No. 4 in E minor,Op. 98, fourth movement (1885)

 

146 Antonin Dvor¿aacute;k (1841–1904): Symphony No. 9 in E minor, Op. 95 (“From the New World”), second movement (1893)

 

147 Gustav Mahler (1860–1911): Symphony No. 1 in D Major, third movement (1888)


 

 

PART SIX THE 20TH CENTURY 404

 

148 Claude Debussy (1862–1918): Prélude à l’Après-midi d’un faune (1894)

 

149 Debussy:Préludes, Book 1:“Voiles” (1910)

 

150 Béla Bartók (1881–1945): Mikrokosmos, Book 4, No. 101: Diminished Fifth

(between 1932 and 1939)

 

151 Charles Ives (1874–1954): The Cage (1906)

 

152 Ives:The Things Our Fathers Loved (1917)

 

153 Igor Stravinsky (1882–1971): Le Sacre du printemps, excerpt (1913)

 

154 Bartók:Mikrokosmos, Book 6, No. 148: Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm,

No. 1 (between 1932 and 1939)

 

155 Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959): Bachianas Brasileiras No. 4, fourth movement: Miudinho (     )

 

156 Henry Cowell (1897–1965): The Banshee (1925)

 

157 Arnold Schoenberg (1874–1951): Pierrot lunaire (1912)

157a No. 7,“Der kranke Mond” (“The Sick Moon”)

157b No. 14,“Die Kreuze” (“The Crosses”)

157c No. 21,“O alter Duft” (“O redolence of Old”)

 

158 Anton Webern (1883–1945): Five Pieces for String Quartet, Op. 5, No. 4 (1908)

 

159 Alban Berg (1885–1935): Wozzeck, Act I, Scene 1 (1925)

 

160 Schoenberg:Piano Suite, Op. 25 (1923)

160a Praeludium

160b Menuett

 

161 Berg:Lyric Suite, for String Quartet, third movement (1926)

 

162 Germaine Tailleferre : Concertino for Harp and Orchestra, finale

 

163 Kurt Weill (1900–1950): Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny, “Alabama Song” (1927)

 

164 Bartók:Music for Strings, Percussion, and Celesta, third movement (1936)

 

165 Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953):Alexander Nevsky, Op. 78, No. 4:“Vstavaite, ludi russkie”

(“Arise, People of Russia”) (1938)

 

166a William H. Stepp (1875–1947): Bonaparte’s Retreat (traditional) (recorded 1937)

 

166b Aaron Copland (1900–1990): Rodeo: Hoe-down (1942)

 

167 Olivier Messiaen (1908–1992): Quatuor pour la fin du temps, first movement:“Liturgie de cristal” (1940)

 

168 Dmitri Shostakovich (1906–1975): String Quartet No. 8, third movement (1960)

 

169 Thomas Waller (1904–1943): Hot Chocolates:“Ain’t Misbehavin’” (1929)

 

170 Leonard Bernstein(1918–1990): West Side Story: Tonight “Quintet” (1957)

 

171 Krzysztof Penderecki (b. 1933): Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima (1960)

 

172 Milton Babbitt (1916-2011): Three Compositions for Piano, No. 1 (1947)

 

173 Hugh Le Caine (1914–1977): Dripsody (1955)

 

174 Terry Riley (b. 1935): In C (1964)

 

175 Steve Reich (b. 1936): Nagoya Marimbas (           )

 

176 Thea Musgrave (b.1928): Orfeo II (excerpt) (1976)

 

177 Tania León (b.1943): A la Par (1986), second movement (“Guaguanco”)

 

178 Arvo Pärt (b. 1935): Seven Magnificat Antiphons (1988, 1991), No. 1 (“O Weisheit”)

 

179 Scott Joplin (1868–1917): Maple Leaf Rag (1899)

 

180 Debussy: Children’s Corner Suite, “Golliwog’s Cakewalk” (1908)

 

181 W. C. Handy (1873–1958): St. Louis Blues (1914)

 

182 George Gershwin (1898–1937): Prelude #2 (1926)

 

183 Cole Porter (1891–1964): Night and Day (1932)

 

184 Duke Ellington (1899–1974): Sophisticated Lady (1933)

 

185 Joe Oliver (1885–1938): Snake Rag (1923)

 

186 Duke Ellington (1899–1974): It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got that Swing) (1930)

 

187 Miles Davis (1926–1991): Blue in Green (1959)

 

188 Earl Scruggs (b. 1924): Foggy Mountain Breakdown (1949)

 

189 Chuck Berry (b. 1926): Roll Over, Beethoven (1956)

 

190 (Omitted)

 

EPILOGUE: SINCE 2000

191 Corey Dargel (b. 1977) : “On This Date Every Year” from Every Day is the Same Day: A Song Cycle about Clinical Depression

 

192 Gabriela Lena Frank (b. 1972): Leyendas: An Andean Walkabout, fourth movement (“Chasqui”)

 

193 Lisa Bielawa: Double Violin Concerto, second movement (“Song”)

 

 



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