Keller Christopher Wintle

ISBN: 9780521673488

Published: June 30th 2005

Paperback

292 pages


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Keller  by  Christopher Wintle

Keller by Christopher Wintle
June 30th 2005 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 292 pages | ISBN: 9780521673488 | 10.59 Mb

Hans Keller (1919 1985) was one of the most brilliant and stimulating writers on music of his day, and this is the first large selection of his essays. His work draws on his rich and diverse experience as a string-player, composer, teacher, analystMoreHans Keller (1919 1985) was one of the most brilliant and stimulating writers on music of his day, and this is the first large selection of his essays.

His work draws on his rich and diverse experience as a string-player, composer, teacher, analyst and critic, and also reflects a deep interest in psychoanalysis. The first part of the book addresses psychological issues relating to critics, listeners, players and composers- the second analyses music by a wide range of composers from Haydn to the present day- and the third propounds his new theory of music, with essays on unity and contrast, motifs, themes, keys, timbre and rhythm.

There is also a wordless functional analysis of a Mozart piano sonata published here for the first time. The volume concludes with a magisterial account of what Keller deemed to be the principles of composition.



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