Autor(en)
Hust, Christoph
Titel
Von traum- und nebelbildern. Norm und deformation von satzmodellen in schuberts heine-liedern
Teil von
  • Archiv für Musikwissenschaft, 2008, Vol.65 (3), p.188-212
Ort / Verlag
Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag
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Quelle
JSTOR Arts & Sciences III
Beschreibungen
The article discusses deviations in voice leading and chord progressions from compositional norms in Schubert's "Ihr Bild" and "Die Stadt" from Schwanengesang. Within a Schenkerian analysis, they occur as a pattern on various structural levels. These "deformations" (borrowing J. Hepokoski's and W. Darcy's term) musically realize core elements of the text, so that beyond tone painting, the tonal design acts as a carrier of semantic meaning. Schubert Lieder align themselves more easily with H. G. Nägeli's postulate on "polyrhythm" in vocal music than with G. W. Fink's aesthetic convictions. Failing to acknowledge Schubert's experiments as semantically laden deformations of harmonic norms, Fink criticized them in the AmZ for their alleged "anarchy" and "paroxysm," despite the fact that they are squarely situated within common practice tonality. Some final remarks sketch possible applications of this approach to the interpretation of instrumental music.
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Deutsch
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ISSN: 0003-9292
ISSN: 2366-2794

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