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ABSTRACT In recent years scholarly attention has become attuned to the notion of the ‘beautiful’ in Mozart: studies by Scott Burnham, Mary Hunter and Maynard Solomon have drawn attention to passages of sumptuous beauty, a hallmark of the composer's style. The present study amplifies this concern...
ABSTRACT Haydn's play on expectations and conventions and his deliberate grammatical mistakes are well‐known. Yet one notable syntactic irregularity to be found in his music has been overlooked: the use of a sentential theme which lacks the first half of the continuation phrase (to use the terms...
ABSTRACT A number of scholars have suggested that the sudden harmonic shifts, remote tonal regions and discontinuity of gestures in Schubert's works can be rationalised through certain conceptions of musical unity. Yet what if we were to entertain the possibility that these musical gestures do...
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