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Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy (Eastman Studies in Music) (Eastman Studies in Music)

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Published by University of Rochester Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Elements of music (eg harmony, melody, etc),
  • c 1700 to c 1800,
  • c 1800 to c 1900,
  • c 1900 - c 1914,
  • Music,
  • Music/Songbooks,
  • History & Criticism - General,
  • Instruction & Study - Theory,
  • History / Europe,
  • Music / History & Criticism,
  • 18th century,
  • 19th century,
  • History and criticism,
  • Pentatonic scales

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages529
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8779877M
    ISBN 101580462480
    ISBN 109781580462488


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Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy (Eastman Studies in Music) (Eastman Studies in Music) by Jeremy Day-O"Connell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Book Description: Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy offers the first comprehensive account of a widely recognized aspect of music history: the increasing use of pentatonic ("black-key scale") techniques in nineteenth-century Western art-music.

Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy offers the first comprehensive account of a widely recognized aspect of music history: the increasing use of pentatonic ("black-key scale") techniques in nineteenth-century Western art-music. Pentatonicism in nineteenth-century music encompasses hundreds of instances, many of which predate by decades the more famous examples of Debussy and.

Get this from a library. Pentatonicism from the eighteenth century to Debussy. [Jeremy Day-O'Connell] -- "Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy offers the first comprehensive account of a widely recognized aspect of music history: the increasing use of pentatonic ("black-key scale").

About. Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy offers the first comprehensive account of a widely recognized aspect of music history: the increasing use of pentatonic ("black-key scale") techniques in nineteenth-century Western art-music.

Pentatonicism in nineteenth-century music encompasses hundreds of instances, many of which predate by decades the more famous examples of. Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy, an expansion of the author's dissertation (Day-O'Connell ), is a significant addition to the literature on this topic.

The book's five chapters are grouped into three parts, followed by a brief afterword surveying pentatonic practice after Debussy, and a catalog of over examples. Some excellent studies of individual topoi have been produced by people not calling themselves semiologists; one thinks of Hermann Jung's Die Pastorale: StudienAuthor: Raymond Monelle.

Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy offers the first comprehensive account of a widely recognized aspect of music history: the increasing use of pentatonic ("black-key scale") techniques in nineteenth-century Western art-music.

Pentatonicism in nineteenth-century music encompasses hundreds of instances, many of which predate by Cited by: 9.

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Day-O'Connell's new book, "Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy," is hailed as the first comprehensive history of how Western composers of classical music expanded their musical vocabulary to include the pentatonic scale.

Yosef Goldenberg, Review of Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy by Jeremy Day-O’Connell (Rochester: University of Rochester Press, ). Jeremy Day-O’Connell’s recent book explores an intriguing phenomenon: the use of pentatonicism under the fully tonal regime in Western art music during the nineteenthFile Size: KB.

Jeremy Day-O'Connell, Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy (Rochester: University of Rochester Press ) – the first comprehensive account of the increasing use of the pentatonic scale in 19th-century Western art music, including a catalogue of over musical examples.

Mark McFarland Review of Jeremy Day-O’Connell, Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy (Rochester: University of Rochester Press, ) Pentatonicism is hardly a new topic of. 49 Trezise (Debussy: La Mer) devotes an entire book to analysis of La Mer, including gamelan elements.

50 For an overview of all of the late works, ‒, see Park's doctoral dissertation, "The Later Style of Claude Debussy.". debussy, pentatonicism, and the tonal tradition This formula could be no other than the perfect cadence, i.e., the than La fille aux cheveux de lin?—might be seen to break with traditional ‘full close’ obtained by the progression from the dominant the past in profound ways having to do with the logic of mu- to the tonic sical.

The Art of Musical Phrasing in the Eighteenth Century gathers and discusses, for the first time, an extensive collection of quotations and musical illustrations relevant to phrase articulation and written and unwritten rests.

Among the notable authors cited and discussed are Muffat, Telemann, C. Bach, Mattheson, Marpurg, Tartini, and. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

O'Connell, Jeremy Day, Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy (University of Rochester Press, ) Potter, John, ‘ Beggar at the Door: The Rise and Fall of Portamento Singing ’, Music and Letters, 87 (), –   Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy offers the first comprehensive account of a widely recognized aspect of music history: the increasing use of pentatonic ("black-key scale") techniques in nineteenth-century Western art-music.

Author: Patrick Wallis. Sparse instrumentation adds to the relative dryness of the sonorities, and recalls the earlier eighteenth century “Galante style”. [19] This study will consider five of Debussy’s Prélude s for piano: “Ondine”, “Les sons et les parfums tournent dans l’air du soir”, “Feux d’artifice”, “La terrasse des audiences du clair.

The University of Rochester Press launched the Eastman Studies in Music series in May with the publication of its first titlea revised edition in hardback and. Musical Encounters at the Paris World's Fair explores the ways in which music was used, appropriated, exhibited, listened to, and written about during the six months of the Exposition Universelle in Paris, thereby revealing the role and the sociopolitical uses of music in France and, more generally, Europe during the late nineteenth century.

Book Review: Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy, by Jeremy Day-O'Connell Theory and Practice () Vol. pp. Nicole Biamonte. book review. Jeremy Day-O'Connell, Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy. Eastman Studies in Music.

Ralph P. Locke, general editor. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, xviii, pp. ISBN The Topical Vocabulary of the Nineteenth Century Dickensheets Vol - Issue Published.

The career of an eighteenth-century Kapellmeister: the life and music of Antonio Rosetti Murray, Sterling E., Rosetti, Antonio Today the classical style in music.

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Smith X Spinal Injury - Functional. © Jeremy Day-O'ConnellJeremy Day-O'Connell. Debussy. Claude Debussy (). Unconventional composer Did not take students Rarely performed Held no major musical post Rejected compositional conventions Rejected term "Impressionism" as applied to his work.

weird because he didnt perform or teach. As I was working on the early-twentieth-century chapter of my book, I noticed that a major work by Debussy, his incidental music to Le martyre de saint Sébastien (), had rarely been discussed in regard to exoticism, even though its various Eastern locales (e.g., Syria and Babylonia) seemed to me to offer intriguing possibilities.

5 This Cited by: 2. Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy by Jeremy Day-O'Connell (University of Rochester Press ) – the first comprehensive account of the increasing use of the pentatonic scale in 19th century Western art music, including a catalogue of over musical examples.

Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy. Jeremy Day-O'Connell. xviii+ Eastman Studies in Music. (University of Rochester Press, Rochester, NY and Woodbridge,£ ISBN 1. James Hepokoski and Warren Darcy, Elements of Sonata Theory: Norms, Types, and Deformations in the Late-Eighteenth-Century Sonata, (New York: Oxford U.

Press, ) Inman, Samantha: Article: The Inner and Outer Form of Haydn’s Monothematic Sonatas: Jackson, Timothy L. Article: Schoenberg’s Op. 14 Songs: Textual Sources and. Jeremy Day-O’Connell ’93, Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy, University of Rochester Press, This work offers the first comprehensive account of a widely recognized aspect of music history: the increasing use of pentatonic (“black-key.

Music & Letters is a leading international journal of musical scholarship, publishing articles on topics ranging from antiquity to the present day and embracing musics from classical, popular, and world traditions. Since its foundation in the s, Music & Letters has especially encouraged fruitful dialogue between musicology and other disciplines.

It is renowned for its long and lively. debussy dans notes theme la musique upon century pour concerto par france revue musicale sur manuel pas der ibid roland jean counterpoint crescendo Post a Review You can write a book review and share your experiences.

Other readers will. You Become What You Listen To Published on what follows from the big overview “Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy” by Jeremy Day-O’Connell. seems to be the book. Although Disney’s EPCOT theme park markets itself as a place to experience other cultures and reflect on Earth’s history, the dominance of a Western perspective omits true authenticity, specifically in the music of its nighttime show IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth.

This minute long presentation offers a visual retelling of humanity’s existence accompanied by an Cited by: 1. Debussy, like all his colleagues, was profoundly influenced by the Balinese exhibits at the Paris World’s Fair of which inspired his Pagodes and Lindaraja.

These pieces were as persuasive in the same genre as were the concert works many decades later by. Review of Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy by Jeremy Day-O’Connell (Rochester: University of Rochester Press, ).

Morel Koren. Dan Timis - In Memoriam. Menahem Weisenberg. Remembering Dr. Erez Rapoport z”l (in Hebrew). day-o' 4 6/6/07 AM Page 1. Jeremy Day-O’Connell is Assistant Professor of Music at Knox College and author of P entatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy offers the first comprehensive account of a widely recognized aspect of music ^ “The Rise of 6 in the 19th Cen- history: the increasing use of pentatonic (“black-tury” in Music Theory Spec-trum ().

Figure Early eighteenth-century Turkish painting of a Janissary military band. [] Figure Turkish musicians with dümbelek, miskal, ney, tambur, and ayakh keman (ink drawing, c. ). [] Figure Component traits of the alla turca style, c.

– [–21] Figure Portrait of the masterful Rom (“Gypsy”) fiddler.the end of the eighteenth century. More speci￿cally, it argues that late eighteenth century society was ideologically phonocentric: replete with both theoretical and practical examples of voices, sounds, and songs holding an assumed position of privilege in social and political life.

In such a context, group singing was, de facto, a political.Debussy based one of his last piano works, the Six Epigraphes antiques ofon some unpublished incidental music he had composed in for Pierre Louys's Chansons de Bilitis.

The original Bilitis music has typically been disparaged as a rough draft, left in fragments because Debussy didn't have enough time to finish it. The longer, more unified piano pieces are conventionally regarded as.