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Title: 「アラベスク」におけるシューマンの作曲作法について
Other Titles: Composition techniques in ‘Arabeske’ by Robert Schumann
Authors: 武井, 百子
Takei, Momoko
タケイ, モモコ
日本女子体育大学(助教授)
Keywords: analysis
harmony
tonality
Issue Date: Mar-2005
Abstract: One of the representative composers in the Romantic, Robert Schumann (1810-56) began his composing career with a piece for piano. The genre, his piano works, is an important study subject as well as his songs, but often rendered quite literarily. This study tries to explain composition techniques in Arabeske op. 18, one of Shumann's piano works in his prime period for piano composition, by analyzing it without being swayed by its title's image. The analysis revealed some characteristic composition techniques such as, 1. Start with a dominant chord 2. Extended appoggiatura 3. Change of melody's tonality It was also noticed that these techniques are employed with completely basic harmony, which means Schumann puts meanings to phrases using these techniques after clearly indicating the tonality. With these findings, I would conclude that Arabeske op. 18 by Robert Schumann demonstrates further potential of tonality music.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/568
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