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by Robert W. Wason

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  • ISBN 1878822519
  • ISBN13 978-1878822512
  • Language English
  • Author Robert W. Wason
  • Publisher Univ of Rochester Pr (March 1, 1995)
  • Pages 216
  • Formats doc txt lit mobi
  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory Music
  • Size ePub 1596 kb
  • Size Fb2 1356 kb
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The study of Viennese theory has developed widely since Schoenberg educated a generation of American musicians during the 1930s and 1940s. This volume is a critical survey of primary materials: Viennese treatises on harmony, together with some unpublished material, from the late 18th to the 20th centuries, concentrating on the dominant line of fundamental bass thinking which extends throughout the 19th century to Schenker and Schoenberg. Taking a chronological approach, Robert Wason traces the roots of Viennese harmonic theory to the figured bass theory of the 18th century; he discusses the mixture of figured bass and Rameauian harmony that characterizes most Viennese theory between roughly 1800 to 1850, and he considers Sechter's mid-century revival of Rameau's "basse fondamentale". Of especial importance is an exploration of Bruckner's reinterpretation of Sechter's system, and its later revisions, which is followed by a study of the early 20th-century attempts to resolve the crisis in which the theory found itself at the hands of Bruckner. The book also synthesizes the results of a large number of recent German and Austrian studies of 19th-century harmonic theory, presenting these from the point of view of an American theorist.

Published: 1 April 1986.

Published: 1 April 1986. by University of California Press. in Music Theory Spectrum. Music Theory Spectrum, Volume 8, pp 140-143; doi:10. Keywords: Albrechtsberger, Schenker, Wason, Schoenberg, Robert, Viennese Harmonic Theory.

Watson, Robert W. Viennese Harmonic Theory from Albrechtsberger to Schenker and Schoenberg.

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A critical survey of Viennese treatises on harmony and their influence on the work of a number of 18th to 20th century composers. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.

Robert Wesley Wason, music theory educator. Fulbright fellow, 1979, National Endowment of the Humanities fellow, Washington, 1989, Guggenheim Foundation Fellow, New York City, 1990. Member Society Music Theory (chair publications committee 1988-1991, member executive board since 1991). Instructor, Hartt College Music, 1970-1976, 77-79; lecturer, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1980; assistant professor, North Texas State University, Denton, 1981-1983; assistant professor, Eastman School Music, Rochester, New York, 1983-1986; associate professor, Eastman School Music, Rochester, New York, since 1986.

Heinrich Schenker's Conception of Harmony. Robert W. Wason, Matthew Brown. University of Rochester Press.

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April 6, 2019 History found in the catalog. -Yale, 1981, originally titled: Fundamental bass theory in nineteenth century Vienna.

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Viennese Harmonic Theory from Albrechtsberger to Schenker and Schoenberg by Robert W. Wason (pp. 140-143).

Periodic special issues encourage contributors to delve deeply into one area of musical study. Published twice yearly, Music Theory Spectrum maintains the highest standards of acceptance and is recognized as one of the foremost journals in the field. Viennese Harmonic Theory from Albrechtsberger to Schenker and Schoenberg by Robert W.