Pieter Dirksen (°1961)

The Keyboard Music of Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck

Its Style, Significance and Influence

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№ d’article227700
Auteur/CompositeurPieter Dirksen
Langueanglais
Portée713 pages
Éditions/ProducteurEMC De Eerste
№ de fabricant9789063751593
ISBN9789063751593
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Contenu

  • 1.The Sources
  • 1.1 The Transmittance of Sweelinck's Keyboard Music
  • 1.2 The Sources (Sammelhandschriften - Gebrauchshandschriften - Retrospective Sources)
  • 2.Toccatas
  • 2.1 Background (The Venetian Toccata - The Concept)
  • 2.2 Toccatas with a Central Imitative Section
  • 2.3 Toccatas without a Central Imitative Section (Toccatas in g - Toccatas in G - Toccatas in C - Three-Part Toccatas)
  • 2.4 Historical Perspectives (The Toccata in the Netherlands - The Toccatas of Sweelinck's German Pupils)
  • 3.Variations
  • 3.1 Background
  • 3.2 Sacred Cycles (Variations on Chant Melodies - Variations on Melodies from the Genevan Psalter - Variations on Lutheran Chorales)
  • 3.3 Secular Cycles (Sweelinck and Scheidt (i): Combined Cycles - Sweelinck and Scheidt (ii): Problems of Authenticity - Two Further Problems of Authenticity - Variations on Almande Melodies - Variations on Aria Melodies - Two Arrangements of English Pavans)
  • 3.4 Historical Perspectives (The Variation in the Netherlands - Aspects of the Variation in the Work of Sweelinck's German Pupils)
  • 4.Fantasias
  • 4.1 Background (Form, Technique and Idea - Sweelinck's Concept of `Fantasia')
  • 4.2 Monothematic Fantasias (Ostinato Fantasias - Chromatic Fantasias - Hexachord Fantasias - Fantasia d2 and Ricercare a1 - Questions of Authenticity: the Turin Works
  • 4.3 `Echo' Fantasias (Fantasias in d - Fantasias in C and a)
  • 4.4 Historical Perspectives (Compatriates and Contemporaries - The Fantasia and Sweelinck's German Pupils)
  • 5.Chronological Aspects
  • 5.1 Introduction
  • 5.2 The Primary Evidence
  • 5.3 Points of Style
  • 5.4 The Melodies of the Variations
  • 5.5 The Mirror of Sweelinck's German Pupils
  • 5.6 Modality and Other Compositional Details
  • 5.7 Once More: The Sources
  • 5.8 Some Tentative Conclusions
  • 6.Idiomatic Aspects
  • 6.1 Sweelinck's Keyboard Polyphony (General Aspects - Vocal Polyphony versus Keyboard Polyphony – Figuration – Genre – Variation in the Number of Voices – Style and Notation)
  • 6.2 Instrumental Designation (The Compass of Sweelinck's Organs - Organ versus Harpsichord in Relation to Compass – The Occurrence of the D-Sharp – A Tentative Division)
  • 6.3 Sweelinck and the Monodic Organ Style (The Extent of the Monodic Element in the Organ Music – The Relationship with the Southern Netherlands)
  • 6.4 Conclusion: The Question of Sweelinck's Influence
  • Appendices
  • 1.Sweelinck's Organs and Registration Practice
  • 2.Catalogue of Works
  • 3.The Sources: Overview and Inventories
  • 4.A Checklist of the Keyboard Music of Peter Philips
  • Bibliography
  • Index of Sweelinck's Works
  • General Index