9780198163626

Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven Studies in the Music of the Classical Period. Essays in Honour of Alan Tyson

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    9780198163626

  • ISBN10:

    0198163622

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1999-03-04
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press

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Summary

This collection of nineteen essays honors Alan Tyson, Senior Research Fellow at All Souls College, Fellow of the British Academy, and leading authority on the Classical period. The distinguished contributors include Neal Zaslaw, Joseph Kerman, Lewis Lockwood, Cliff Eisen, James Webster, Jan LaRue, Douglas Johnson, Maynard Solomon, and Richard Kramer.

Table of Contents

List of Plates
ix
1. Watermarks are Singles, Too: A Miscellany of Research Notes
1(12)
Jan LaRue, New York
2. The Sextet in C Major, by J.C. or J.C.F. Bach?
13(8)
Stephen Roe, London
3. A New Manuscript from Clementi's Early Years as a Keyboard Virtuoso
21(12)
Oliver Neighbour, London
4. The Triumph of Variability: Haydn's Articulation Markings in the Autograph of Sonata No. 49 in E Flat
33(32)
James Webster, Cornell University
5. Haydn's `Entwurf-Katalog': Two Questions
65(20)
Sonja Gerlach, Cologne
6. Haydn's Copyist Peter Rampl
85(6)
Gunter Thomas, Cologne
7. Mozart and the Four-Hand Sonata K. 19d
91(10)
Cliff Eisen, King's College, London
8. The Adagio in F Major, K(3) Anhang 206a = K(6) Anhang A 65
101(14)
Neal Zaslaw, Cornell University
9. A Sketch-Leaf for Mozart's Contredanse `La Bataille', K. 535
115(12)
Wolfgang Plath, Augsburg
10. `N.N.' Revisited: New Light on Mozart's Late Correspondence
127(20)
John Arthur, Berlin
11. Mozart's Key Signatures: A Peculiar Feature of his Autograph Scores
147(4)
Albi Rosenthal, Oxford
12. Beethoven's Minority
151(24)
Joseph Kerman, Berkeley
13. Beethoven as Colourist: Another Look at his String Quartet Arrangement of the Piano Sonata, Op. 14 No. 1
175(6)
Lewis Lockwood, Harvard
14. Exploring the Eroica: Aspects of the New Critical Edition
181(32)
Bathia Churgin, Bar Ilan University (Israel)
15. An Orchestral Version of Beethoven's Marsch zur groBen Wachtparade
213(12)
Clemens Brenneis, Berlin
16. Deconstructing Beethoven's Sketchbooks
225(12)
Douglas Johnson, Rutgers
17. Johanna van Beethoven's Embezzlement
237(16)
Sieghard Brandenburg, Bonn
18. Some Romantic Images in Beethoven
253(30)
Maynard Solomon, New York
19. In Search of Palestrina: Beethoven in the Archives
283(18)
Richard Kramer, Stony Brook
Bibliography of Alan Tyson's Publications 301(10)
Index of Works 311(4)
General Index 315

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