Shostakovich's music for piano solo : interpretation and performance, Sofia Moshevich Resource Information. The item Shostakovich's music for piano solo : interpretation and performance, Sofia Moshevich represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in University Of Pikeville.
This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch. Creator Moshevich, Sofia. Author Moshevich, Sofia. Language eng. Publication Bloomington, Indiana University Press, Extent 1 online resource. Isbn Twenty-four preludes, op. Twenty-four preludes and fugues, op.
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Children's notebook, op. Spara som favorit. Skickas inom vardagar. The piano works of Dmitri Shostakovich are among the most treasured musical compositions of the 20th century. In this volume, pianist and Russian music scholar Sofia Moshevich provides detailed interpretive analyses of the ten major piano solo works by Shostakovich, carefully noting important stylistic details and specific ways to overcome the numerous musical and technical challenges presented by the music.
Each piece is introduced with a brief historic and structural description, followed by an examination of such interpretive aspects as tempo, phrasing, dynamics, voice balance, pedaling, and fingering. This book will be an invaluable resource for students, pedagogues, and performers of Shostakovich's piano solos.
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Passar bra ihop. Recensioner i media. Even more, those close to the composer have claimed that the final pages are intentionally unconvincing. The whole issue is in fact caught up in a larger debate - one which shows no signs of subsiding, more than three decades after his death - about Shostakovich's music in relation to his times. On one extreme are those who claim - using this finale as a prime example - that the composer was a sort of musical apparatchik opting for conformity over conscience. Through his legendary performances of the work, however, Rostropovich, who knew Shostakovich as a close friend, caused us to question the standard interpretation of the finale and movingly made the case that this music is an act of subversive irony which "celebrates" a forced march to a hollow victory.
The critic who praised the Symphony No. As Slava suggested, the real victory, in the end, belongs to Shostakovich. The John F. Box Office Hours: Mon. Search: close. Search Search Gift Shop cart Cart.
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