The Oxford Handbook of Topic Theory

The Oxford Handbook of Topic Theory

by Danuta Mirka (Editor)


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ISBN-13: 9780190618803
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication date: 08/01/2016
Series: Oxford Handbooks Series
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 712
Product dimensions: 6.60(w) x 9.40(h) x 1.20(d)

About the Author

Danuta Mirka is Reader in Music at the University of Southampton. She is the co-editor, with Kofi Agawu, of Communication in Eighteenth-Century Music. Her books include The Sonoristic Structuralism of Krzysztof Penderecki and Metric Manipulations in Haydn and Mozart: Chamber Music for Strings, 1787-1791, which won the 2011 Wallace Berry Award from the Society for Music Theory.

Table of Contents

Danuta Mirka

Section I. Origins and Distinctions
Chapter 1. Topics and Opera Buffa
Mary Hunter
Chapter 2. Symphonies and the Public Display of Topics
Elaine Sisman
Chapter 3. Topics in Chamber Music
Dean Sutcliffe

Section II. Contexts, Histories, Sources
Chapter 4. Music and Dance in the Ancien Régime
Lawrence Zbikowski
Chapter 5. Ballroom Dances of the Late Eighteenth Century
Eric McKee
Chapter 6. Hunt, Military, and Pastoral Topics
Andrew Haringer
Chapter 7. Turkish and Hungarian-Gypsy Styles
Catherine Mayes
Chapter 8. The Singing Style
Sarah Day-O'Connell
Chapter 9. Fantasia and Sensibility
Matthew Head
Chapter 10. Ombra and Tempesta
Clive McClelland
Chapter 11. Learned Style and Learned Styles
Keith Chapin
Chapter 12. The Brilliant Style
Roman Ivanovitch

Section III. Analysing Topics
Chapter 13. Topics and Meter
Danuta Mirka
Chapter 14. Topics and Harmonic Schemata: A Case from Beethoven
Vasili Byros
Chapter 15. Topics and Formal Functions: The Case of the Lament
William Caplin
Chapter 16. Topics and Tonal Processes
Joel Galand
Chapter 17. Topics and Form in Mozart's String Quintet in E flat major, K. 614/i
Kofi Agawu
Chapter 18. Topical Figurae: The Double Articulation of Topics
Stephen Rumph
Chapter 19. The Troping of Topics in Mozart's Instrumental Works
Robert Hatten

Section IV. Performing Topics
Chapter 20. Performing Topics in Mozart's Chamber Music with Piano
John Irving
Chapter 21. Recognizing Musical Topics vs. Executing Rhetorical Figures
Tom Beghin
Chapter 22. Eloquent Performance: The Pronuntiatio of Topics
Sheila Guymer

Section V. Listening to Topics
Chapter 23. Amateur Topical Competencies
Melanie Lowe
Chapter 24. Expectation, Musical Topics, and the Problem of Affective Differentiation
Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis
Chapter 25. Listening to Topics in the Nineteenth Century
Julian Horton

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