Mozart's Music of Friends

Mozart's Music of Friends

Social Interplay in the Chamber Works

Klorman, Edward

Cambridge University Press

02/2017

358

Mole

Inglês

9781107474666

15 a 20 dias

Using the metaphor of artful conversation, this study examines chamber music in Mozart's period as a sociable activity undertaken among friends. Edward Klorman draws on a wide variety of documentary and iconographic sources to analyze selected musical extracts in terms of social interplay.
Foreword Patrick McCreless; Preface; Part I. Historical Perspectives: 1. The music of friends; 2. Chamber music and the metaphor of conversation; 3. Private, public, and playing in the present tense; Part II. Analytical Perspectives: 4. Analyzing from within the music: toward a theory of multiple agency; 5. Multiple agency and sonata form; 6. Multiple agency and meter; 7. An afternoon at skittles: analysis of the 'Kegelstatt' Trio, K. 498; Epilogue.