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Structural Hearing: Tonal Coherence in Music

Tonal Coherence in Music Structural Hearing: Further distinctions between chords of structure and chords of prolongation, harmonic and contrapuntal uses, and the concept of musical direction provide effective tools for the analysis of music. It is invaluable for musicians and for all who are seriously interested syructural music, whether as a student, critic, performer, or conductor.

My library Help Advanced Book Search. Salzer, in expanding and formulating anew many of Schenker’s ideas, has embarked upon a systematic approach.

Salzer is to be congratulated on having helped us take a long step out of the Eharing Ages. Product Description Product Details Written by a pupil of the late Heinrich Schenker, this outstanding work is the most thorough exposition in English of Schenker’s work. No eBook available Amazon. Tonal Coherence in Music By: Tonal Coherence in Music Add to Wishlist.

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Fundamentals of Musical Acoustics: Account Options Felis in. It is invaluable for musicians and for all who are seriously interested in music, whether as a student, critic, performer, or conductor. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.

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Developing and extending the Schenker approach to include modern music, it explores the phenomenon of tonal organization in Western music by means of a detailed analysis and discussion of more than musical examples ranging in time from the Middle Ages to such moderns as Bartok, Hindemith, Prokofiev, and Stravinsky.

Felix SalzerProfessor Felix Salzer. Other editions – View all Structural Hearing: Using the concept of chord functions as a basis, he differentiates sharply between chord grammar or labeling and significance, showing that function rather than the ordinary label is really significant. Tonal Coherence in MusicVolume 1. Further distinctions between chords of structure and chords of prolongation, harmonic and contrapuntal uses, and the concept of musical direction provide effective tools for the analysis of music.

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Using the concept of chord functions as a basis, he differentiates sharply between chord grammar or labeling and significance, showing that function rather than the ordinary label is really significant.

Heinrich Schenker’s great contribution was the discovery of fundamental principles of tonal organization, continuity, and coherence.

Structural Hearing: Tonal Coherence in Music

Salzer is to be congratulated on having helped us take a long step out of the Dark Ages. Developing and extending the Schenker approach to include modern music, it explores the phenomenon of tonal organization in Western music by means of a detailed analysis This set, which is a standard work used in all important music schools, starts with basic definitions and simple examples, and trains the reader not only to hear successions of tones, melodic lines, and progressions of chords, but also to understand their structural coherence and significance.

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Developing and extending the Schenker approach to include modern music, it explores the phenomenon of tonal organization in Western music by means of a detailed analysis and discussion of more than musical examples ranging in time from the Middle Ages to such moderns as Bartok, Hindemith, Prokofiev, and Stravinsky.

In theory structyral was the first to define these organic forces of the musical language, particularly the tonal functions and relationships which form both the generative and cohesive forces of great music.

Salzer, in expanding and formulating anew many of Schenker’s ideas, has embarked upon a systematic approach. Written by a pupil of the late Heinrich Schenker, this outstanding work is the most thorough exposition in English of Schenker’s work. This set, which is a standard work used in all important music schools, starts with basic definitions and simple examples, and hearibg the reader not only to hear successions of tones, melodic lines, and progressions of chords, but also to understand their structural coherence and significance.

Heinrich Schenker’s great contribution was the discovery of fundamental principles of tonal organization, continuity, and coherence. In theory he was the first to define these organic forces of the musical language, particularly the tonal functions and relationships which form both the generative and cohesive forces of great music.