ショパン研究論文集<br>Chopin (The Early Romantic Composers)

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Chopin (The Early Romantic Composers)

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This anthology brings together representative examples of the most significant and engaging scholarly writing on Chopin by a wide range of authors. The essays selected for the volume portray a rounded picture of Chopin as composer, pianist and teacher of his music, and of his overall achievement and legacy. Historical perspectives are offered on Chopin's biography 'as cultural discourse', on the evolution and origins of his style, and on the contexts of given works. A fascinating contemporary overview of Chopin's oeuvre is also provided. Seven source studies assess the status and role of Chopin's notational practices as well as some enigmatic sketch material. Essays in the field of performance studies scrutinise the 'cultural work' carried out by Chopin's performances and discuss his playing style along with that of his contemporaries and students. This paves the way for a body of essays on analysis, aesthetics and reception, considering aspects of genre and including an overview of analytical approaches to select works. The remaining essays address Chopin's handling of form, rhythm and other musical elements, as well as the 'meaning' of his msuic. The collection as a whole underscores one of the most important aspects of Chopin's legacy, namely the paradoxical manner in which he drew from the past - in particular, certain eighteenth-century traditions - while stretching inherited conventions and practices to such an extent that a highly original 'music of the future' was heralded.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   ix
Series Preface xiii
Introduction 1 (16)
Part I Historical perspectives
1 `The nation's property: Chopin's 17 (26)
biography as a cultural discourse', in
Jolanta T. Pekacz (ed.), Musical Biography:
Towards New Paradigms (Aldershot: Ashgate,
2006), pp. 43--68
Jolanta T. Pekacz
2 `Die Evolution des Chopinschen Stils', in 43 (12)
Zofia Lissa (ed.), The Book of the First
International Musicological Congress
Devoted to the Works of Frederick Chopin
(Warsaw: Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe,
1963), pp. 44--52
Jozef Chominski
3 `Chopin's inspiration from Polish "common 55 (12)
song'", in Artur Szklener (ed.), Chopin's
Work: His Inspirations and Creative Process
in the Light of the Sources (Warsaw:
Narodowy Instytut Fryderyka Chopina), pp.
43--53
Mieczyslaw Tomaszewski
4 `Chopin's mazurkas and the myth of the 67 (24)
folk', 19th-Century Music 23/2 (1999), pp.
113--135
Barbara Milewski
5 `La "derniere" mazurka de Chopin', in 91 (12)
Ludwik Bronarski, Etudes sur Chopin
(Lausanne: Editions La Concorde, 1944),
pp.165--175
Ludwik Bronarski
6 `Chopin's Ballade Op. 23 and the 103 (12)
revolution of the intellectuals', in John
Rink and Jim Samson (eds.), Chopin Studies
2 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
1994), pp. 72--83
Karol Berger
7 `Ballade und Drama', Archiv fur 115 (16)
Musikwissenschaft 48 (1991), pp. 110--125
Anselm Gerhard
8 An Essay on the Works of Frederic Chopin 131 (20)
(London: Wessel & Co. [1843])
James W. Davison
Part II Source studies
9 `Playing with the Chopin sources', in 151 (16)
Irena Poniatowska (ed.), Jan Ekier: artysta
stulecia w darze Chopinowi (Warsaw:
Narodowy Instytut Fryderyka Chopina, 2013),
pp. 171--185
John Rink
10 `The receptive-informational role of 167 (14)
Chopin's musical autographs', in Dariusz
Zebrowski (ed.), Studies in Chopin (Warsaw:
Towarzystwo im. Fryderyka Chopina, 1973),
pp. 77--89
Wojciech Nowik
11 `Chopin and the aesthetic of the sketch: 181 (16)
a new Prelude in E-flat minor?', Early
Music 29 (2001), pp. 408--422
Jeffrey Kallberg
12 `On questions relating to the chronology 197 (20)
of Chopin's works. Methods. A few examples
concerning compositions from the last
period', in Artur Szklener (ed.), Chopin's
Musical Worlds: The 1840s (Warsaw: Narodowy
Instytut Fryderyka Chopina, 2008), pp.
169--188
Jan Ekier
13 `The first movement of Chopin's Sonata 217 (8)
in B-flat minor, Op. 35', 19th-Century
Music 14/1 (1990), pp. 60--66
Charles Rosen
14 `The posthumous publication of Chopin's 225 (16)
songs', Musical Quarterly 42 (1956), pp.
51--65
Maurice J. E. Brown
15 `Wessel's Complete Collection of the 241 (12)
Compositions of Frederic Chopin: the
history of a title-page', Early Music 29
(2001), pp. 424--433
Christophe Grabowski
Part III Performance studies
16 `Between esprit and genie -- Chopin in 253 (16)
the field of performance', in Artur
Szklener (ed.), Chopin's Musical Worlds:
The 1840s (Warsaw: Narodowy Instytut
Fryderyka Chopina, 2008), pp. 141--156
Dana Gooley
17 `Chopin Playing from the Composer to the 269 (20)
Present Day (London: Gollancz, 1981):
Chapter 1, `The playing of Chopin and his
contemporaries', pp. 26--44
James Methuen-Campbell
18 `Chopin's tempo rubato in context', in 289 (16)
John Rink and Jim Samson (eds.), Chopin
Studies 2 (Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press, 1994), pp. 199--213
David Rowland
19 `Tempo and character in Chopin', Musical 305 (16)
Quarterly 59 (1973), pp. 106--120
Thomas Higgins
20 `Some enigmas of Chopin's pedal 321 (22)
indications: what do the sources tell us?',
Journal of Musicological Research 16
(1996), pp. 41--61
Sandra Rosenblum
21 `Performance analysis and Chopin's 343 (24)
mazurkas', in Artur Szklener (ed.), Chopin
in Paris: The 1830s (Warsaw: Narodowy
Instytut Fryderyka Chopina, 2008), pp.
121--141
Nicholas Cook
Part IV Analysis, aesthetics, reception
22 `Chopin and genre', Music Analysis 8/3 367 (20)
(1989), pp. 213--231
Jim Samson
23 `Scherzo as a genre -- selected 387 (10)
problems', Chopin Studies, vol. 5 (Warsaw:
Towarzystwo im. Fryderyka Chopina, 1995),
pp. 165--173
Zofia Chechlinska
24 `Chopin's ballades and the dialectic: 397 (18)
analysis in historical perspective', Music
Analysis 13 (1994), pp. 99--115
John Rink
25 Essays in Musical Analysis, 6 vols. 415 (4)
(London: Oxford University Press, 1936):
`Concertos', vol. 3, pp. 103--106
Donald Francis Tovey
26 `Chopin's Etude in F major, Opus 25, No. 419 (10)
3', in The Music Forum, vol. 3 (New York:
Columbia University Press, 1973), pp.
281--290
Felix Salzer
27 `L'asimmetria ritmica nella mazurca 429 (32)
chopiniana', Nuova Rivista Musicale
Italiana 5/4--5 (1971), pp. 657--668,
827--846
Gastone Belotti
28 `Phrase rhythm in Chopin's nocturnes and 461 (28)
mazurkas', in Jim Samson (ed.), Chopin
Studies (Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press, 1988), pp. 115--141
William Rothstein
29 `Chopin and "La note bleue": an 489 (22)
interpretation of the Prelude Op. 45',
Music & Letters 78/2 (1997), pp. 233--253
Jean-Jacques Eigeldinger
30 `Romantic meaning in Chopin's Prelude in 511 (12)
A minor', 19th-Century Music 9/2 (1985),
pp. 145--155
Lawrence Kramer
31 `On grounding Chopin', in Richard 523 (30)
Leppert and Susan McClary (eds.), Music and
Society: The Politics of Composition,
Performance and Reception (Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, 1987),
pp.105--131
Rose Rosengard Subotnik
Part V Epilogue
32 `Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician, 553 (6)
3rd edn, 2 vols. (London: Novello, Ewer and
Co., 1902): `Epilogue', vol. 2, pp. 328--333
Frederick Niecks
Index 559