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Brasília - Sinfonia da Alvorada: estudo dos procedimentos composicionais da obra sinfônica de Tom Jobim; Sinfonia da Alvorada: A Study of the Compositional Process of the Symphonic Work by Tom Jobim

Teixeira, Clairton Rosado
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 12/08/2008 PT
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O presente trabalho propõe uma investigação analítica da Obra sinfônica Brasília Sinfonia da Alvorada (1961). Objetivamos compreender o processo composicional de Antônio Carlos Jobim (19271994) mediante estudo acerca do tratamento dado pelo compositor ao material sinfônico. O ideário poético formado após uma viagem do compositor à cidade de Brasília no momento de sua construção indica a existência de um programa narrativo condutor da peça. Percebido inicialmente através dos textos recitados por Vinícius de Moraes na gravação da Obra, assim como pelos textos escritos por Antônio Carlos Jobim na contracapa do LP, procedeu-se a uma investigação analítica para revelar níveis subliminares entre este ideário e o material musical. Por meio dessa investigação buscamos discernir e colocar em relevo: a articulação de idéias e concepções musicais presentes no processo composicional jobiniano, seu trabalho de criação e desenvolvimento, utilização de materiais extra musicais, técnicas e linguagens, auto-citações e a assimilação e utilização de obras referenciais de outros compositores. Pretendemos uma reflexão direta e específica acerca de sua obra, procurando ampliar e renovar conceitos sobre a mesma.; This work proposes an analytical investigation of the symphonic Work Brasília Sinfonia da Alvorada (1961). Our aim is to comprehend the compositional process of Antônio Carlos Jobim (1927-1994) by studying how the composer treated the symphonic material. The poetic set of ideas created after the composer went to the city of Brasília at the time of its construction indicates the existence of a narrative program conducting the play. This has been initially perceived through the texts recited by Vinícius de Moraes during the recording of the Work...

O discurso sinfônico de Chostakovitch - estudo analítico das sinfonias n. 4 e 5

Camargo, Luciano de Freitas
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 28/09/2012 PT
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Este trabalho apresenta um estudo comparativo das Sinfonias n° 4 e 5 de Dmitri Chostakovitch, analisando as características das duas obras à luz dos acontecimentos que separam a composição das duas sinfonias, em especial o banimento da obra do compositor a partir da publicação do artigo Caos em vez de música em caráter oficial no jornal Pravda em 1936, motivado pelo comparecimento de Stálin à uma apresentação da ópera Lady Macbeth do Distrito de Mtsensk. Este trabalho propõe-se a realizar uma análise que possa evidenciar os diferentes aspectos do impacto da perseguição governamental no discurso musical de Chostakovitch e sua significação para a música do século XX.; This work presents a comparative study of the Symphonies No. 4 and 5 of Dmitri Shostakovich, analyzing the characteristics of the two works in connection with the events that separated the composition of the two symphonies, especially the ban of his works after the publication of the article Chaos instead music in the official media Pravda in 1936, motivated by the presence of Stalin to a performance of the opera Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District. This work intends to show the various aspects of the impact of government persecution in the musical discourse of Shostakovich and its significance to the music of the twentieth century.

Cinco canções sinfonicas de Alberto Nepomuceno : um olhar interpretativo; Five symphonic songs by Alberto Nepomuceno : a performatic view

Poliana de Jesus Alves
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 26/02/2007 PT
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Neste trabalho apresentamos uma visão interpretativa das canções sinfônicas de Alberto Nepomuceno, da primeira década do séc. XX (1901 a 1910): Despedida, Turquesa, Trovas, Ao amanhecer e Sempre. Para tanto, realizamos uma busca aos manuscritos originais, uma macroanálise das obras e a inter-relação composicional entre texto e música; In this work we present an interpretative view of five symphonic songs composed by Alberto Nepomuceno, from the first decade of the XX Century (1901 a 1910): Despedida, Turquesa, Trovas, Ao amanhecer e Sempre. The study was based upon the original manuscripts, and for each song we did a macroanalysis as well as looked into the compositional inter-relation of text and music

O regente orquestral contemporâneo por uma visão contextualizada; The contemporary orchestral conductor in a contextualized view

Hermes Coelho Gomes
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 12/11/2012 PT
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O presente trabalho tem como proposta uma reflexão sobre a atuação do regente orquestral neste início do século XXI. Podemos observar que, no exercício da função, sob o ponto de vista pragmático, há uma série de atributos que são pré-requisitos essenciais para quem deseja ter domínio sobre esta arte e exercê-la com conhecimento e seriedade. O estudo aponta uma direção construtiva no sentido de conduzir o regente a refletir tanto no aspecto técnico da sua arte, na busca da sonoridade orquestral, quanto nos aspectos do seu cotidiano inerentes no desempenhar de sua função. No primeiro capitulo apresentamos uma visão histórica das atividades próprias ao cargo e sua evolução ao longo do tempo. No segundo, um estudo direcionado ao aspecto técnico da regência e de sonoridade de uma orquestra. No terceiro são abordadas questões relativas à sua contribuição para o desenvolvimento progressivo e aprimoramento da plateia ao levar conhecimento e estimular reflexões que conduzam o público a uma apreciação mais atenta e aprofundada da música sinfônica. Por último são abordados aspectos relacionados à parte administrativa enquanto na direção da orquestra, especificando problemáticas ligadas à gestão de pessoal...

Inter-subject synchronization of brain responses during natural music listening

Abrams, Daniel A.; Ryali, Srikanth; Chen, Tianwen; Chordia, Parag; Khouzam, Amirah; Levitin, Daniel J.; Menon, Vinod
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Music is a cultural universal and a rich part of the human experience. However, little is known about common brain systems that support the processing and integration of extended, naturalistic ‘real-world’ music stimuli. We examined this question by presenting extended excerpts of symphonic music, and two pseudomusical stimuli in which the temporal and spectral structure of the Natural Music condition were disrupted, to non-musician participants undergoing functional brain imaging and analysing synchronized spatiotemporal activity patterns between listeners. We found that music synchronizes brain responses across listeners in bilateral auditory midbrain and thalamus, primary auditory and auditory association cortex, right-lateralized structures in frontal and parietal cortex, and motor planning regions of the brain. These effects were greater for natural music compared to the pseudo-musical control conditions. Remarkably, inter-subject synchronization in the inferior colliculus and medial geniculate nucleus was also greater for the natural music condition, indicating that synchronization at these early stages of auditory processing is not simply driven by spectro-temporal features of the stimulus. Increased synchronization during music listening was also evident in a right-hemisphere fronto-parietal attention network and bilateral cortical regions involved in motor planning. While these brain structures have previously been implicated in various aspects of musical processing...

Toward a Theory of Patronage: Funding for Music Composition in France, 1918-1939

Epstein, Louis Kaiser
Fonte: Harvard University Publicador: Harvard University
Tipo: Thesis or Dissertation
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This dissertation illuminates the funding contexts that structured art music composition in interwar France. While music historiography tends to focus solely on patronage - an ill-defined and limited category - as the paradigmatic economy within which pre-paid composition takes place, I bring patronage into conversation with other, similarly enabling funding sources: publishing, radio, film, orchestras, and ballet companies. Through a series of case studies of the individuals, institutions, and practices that provided a market for interwar French art music, I pursue two central ideas: first, that musical works, genres, and styles present sonic traces of the economic forces that structured their composition, and second, that the funding context of music often determines its historiographical reception. The rich musical landscape of interwar France provides a unique setting through which to explore these ideas. Between a remarkable flowering of artistic movements, the rapid proliferation of new media for cultural expression, and steadily increasing institutional involvement in music composition and performance, we can observe a remarkable context of wealth and power exerting a significant impact on the practices of music composition and performance. In order to theorize patronage in the broader context of funding for music composition...

From the West : symphonic poem for the organ, op. 60 / Edwin H. Lemare.; From the West

Lemare, Edwin Henry (1865 - 1934)
Fonte: G. Schirmer Publicador: G. Schirmer
Tipo: Musical Score
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27 p. of music ; 30 cm.
In Missouri -- In North Dakota.
In binder’s collection: Organ compositions / Edwin Lemare.

Festival of Pan : romance for orchestra : op. 9 / by F.S. Converse ; arranged for piano four-hands by Wilhelm Gericke.; Festival of Pan; arr.

Converse, Frederick Shepherd (1871 - 1940)
Fonte: Boston Music Co. Publicador: Boston Music Co.
Tipo: Musical Score
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41 p. of music ; 35 cm.

A symphonic tone-poem for orchestra, op. 108, composed by Edmondstoune Duncan.; Symphonic tone poem, op. 108

Duncan, Edmondstoune (1866 - 1920)
Fonte: Vincent Music Co. Publicador: Vincent Music Co.
Tipo: Musical Score
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score (47 p.) 26 x 35 cm.

El Dorado in Philly: Latin American Symphonic Music in the Fleisher Collection [abstract only]

Galván, Gary
Fonte: Latin American Music Center Publicador: Latin American Music Center
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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While la Musica may have fostered the legend, it is la musica that makes the Edwin A. Fleisher Collection of Orchestral Music at the Free Library of Philadelphia the El Dorado of Latin American symphonic music. Believing that no collection of orchestral music could be considered complete without the inclusion of the works of South and Central American composers, Philadelphia music philanthropist Edwin Fleisher began working directly with the United States Government in the 1940s to establish and cement cultural relations and personally commissioned Nicolas Slonimsky to visit Latin America in 1941-1942 in order to secure Pan American orchestral works so that they might be copied for the Fleisher Collection. Fleisher also attracted enthusiastic support from valuable resources such as Walter Burle Marx, Francisco Curt Lange, the Pan American Union, and the Library of Congress to mark the Federal Music Copying Project’s enlarged entrance into the field of producing full performance sets of unpublished contemporary South and Central American orchestral music. Ultimately, Fleisher amassed the largest collection of orchestral performance sets of Latin American orchestral music in the world. Through my research into this collection, I have recently uncovered over 70 uncatalogued Latin American works on microfilm which lack complete materials for performance. This presentation examines the history of the copying project through primary source documents...

Symphonic Overture. (Original composition); (Overture)

Schaer, Carl Henry
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
Tipo: Thesis; Text Formato: 66 p.; application/pdf
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Symphonic Overture is a ten minute work for an orchestra consisting of pairs of winds, four horns, two trumpets, three trombones, tuba, timpani, percussion, and strings. The overall structure is ABA', where B starts at the Molto Allegro in measure 76, and A' begins at Tempo I in measure 211. Section A is slow to moderate in tempo, while B is fast and energetic. The piece begins with a dialogue between percussion and strings, with the strings gradually unfolding a twelve note row. The B section contains two new themes, both of which are developed by imitation. The A' section restates the themes of the A section in a varied and fragmented form. These themes appear in the reverse order, giving the whole piece an arch structure. (Abstract shortened with permission of author.)

Symphonic Metamorphosis on a Theme of Carl Maria von Weber

Conroy, Thomas Martin
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
Tipo: Thesis; Text Formato: 34 p.; application/pdf
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Symphonic Metamorphosis on a theme of Carl Maria von Weber was inspired by Paul Hindemith's work of the same name. While Hindemith's title suggests that the original themes might have gone through transformations, he based his work not on themes, but on entire short pieces and changed very little of Weber's thematic material. I have selected the third piano duet, in F major, from Weber's Huit Pieces, Op. 60 as my source material. Having analyzed the motivic content, I derived new and expanded ideas of several prominent motives to create my work. Linear lines from the Weber have been transformed through means of additive interval expansion. I have also applied additive processes to manipulate the original rhythms. The harmonic content of the piece is largely derived from presenting in vertical fashion various elements that were originally linear. The work is episodic and follows a theme and variations format in four shorter movements that are encased by the introductory material, brass fanfares (Allegro, maestoso ). The characterizations and tempi of the shorter movements fluctuate from mysterious (Allegro, mysterioso), to joyous (Allegro, giocoso), to playful (Largo, scherzando). I have employed several basic compositional devices and processes---repetition...

Approaching Iapetus. (Original composition);

English, Paul Bryson
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
Tipo: Thesis; Text Formato: 83 p.; application/pdf
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The work is in two movements and is composed in a bipolar fashion, attempting to exploit to their full advantage several binary relationships including texture (chamber vs. orchestral music, solo vs. ensemble), genre (jazz vs. contemporary symphonic music), harmonic vocabulary (tonality vs. serial and twelve-tone elements), and the idea of improvisation within an organized and fully notated structure. This work was commissioned by the Houston Symphony Orchestra and the Houston Composer's Alliance at the suggestion of Tobias Picker and received its first performance at the Miller Outdoor Theatre in Houston on June 24, 1987 under the baton of Nicklaus Wyss. The tenor saxophone soloist was Mr. Rob Lockhart. (Abstract shortened with permission of author.)

Prelude op.45, for symphonic orchestra

Bodman Rae, J.
Fonte: Australian Music Centre; Sydney Publicador: Australian Music Centre; Sydney
Tipo: Creative work
Publicado em //2010 EN
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Extent : 28pp. / 8 minutes Instruments : symphonic orchestra. Written for and dedicated to Jacek Kaspszyk and the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Chopin' birth. A new orchestral version of Chopin's Prelude in C sharp minor op.45. World premiere 1 October 2010 Performed by the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jacek Kaspszyk. Place of Performance : PNRSO Concert Hall, Katowice, Poland. Broadcast live by Polish Radio 2 on 1 October 2010 with a simultaneous live relay through Europe by the European Broadcasting Union. ISMN 979-0-67309-813-8; http://www.australianmusiccentre.com.au/workversion/bodman-rae-carles-prelude-op-45/24404; Charles Bodman Rae; Type of work : Composition for symphonic orchestra Extent : 28 p. / 7 mins. 51 secs.

Portfolio of compositions [music] : Rothko's red (orchestral tone poem) ; The portrait : a musical tribute to Stella Bowen (music theatre work) / Becky Llewellyn

Llewellyn, Rebecca Ann
Fonte: Universidade de Adelaide Publicador: Universidade de Adelaide
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
Publicado em //2007
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The portfolio contains two of Becky Llewellyn’s music compositions: an orchestral tone poem and a chamber opera score and libretto created to explore the process of producing a major work of music theatre from conception to performance. In both works, Llewellyn’s research has concentrated on her interest in structure and form between ideas, music and visual art and their relationship to each other. Rothko’s Red The first composition in her submission is her orchestral tone poem, Rothko’s Red, a tribute to US artist Mark Rothko, whose painting techniques questioned traditional forms of narrative and structure. The topographical matrix of Rothko’s Red contains vertical aural space introduced in a ‘keyed up’ range suggesting ‘redness’, gradually deepening until the bass predominates, retaining a widened spaciality at the peak moment. Horizontally, the piece is a long crescendo of extended phrases, at first lightweight, then filling out with each repetition, moving to a full expression of orchestral magnitude, then gradually subsiding. The tone poem passes limited melodies and harmonies around to and within the orchestral families, as if in one colour. Llewellyn’s use of individual dynamics for orchestral players is an experiment in aural equivalence of Rothko techniques...

O cinema como experiência sinfônica : a partitura orquestral do filme "O iluminado", de Stanley Kubrick; Cinema as a symphonic experience : the orchestral score of the movie "The shining" of Stanley Kubrick

Francisco Egydio de Carvalho
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 26/08/2010 PT
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O presente estudo tem como objetivo estabelecer uma aproximação entre cinema e música no que concerne aos mecanismos de produção de sentido articulados por ambas as artes. A partir dos conceitos de imagem-movimento e imagem-tempo, concebidos por Deleuze através das teorias de representação da matéria de Bergson, o estudo propõe defender a idéia de que a narrativa encampada pela imagem pode ser lida e compreendida também como uma partitura musical sinfônica, aproveitando, para tanto, os estudos de André Parente sobre a narratividade fílmica; The goal of present study is to establish a bridge between cinema and music concerning in particular the generating mechanisms of articulated senses in both art forms. From the concepts of image-moviment and image-time, determined by Deleuze through Bergson's representation of matter theories, this work sets to defend the idea that the narration expropriated by image can be read and equally understood as a symphonic music score, taking advantage for such analysis of Andre Parente's studies about the filming narrative

Uma analise musical do Batuque da suite orquestral Reisado do Pastoreio de Oscar Lorenzo Fernandez

Antonio Carlos Neves Pinto
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 17/02/2009 PT
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Este projeto tem por principal objetivo apresentar uma possibilidade de execução para a música sinfônica de influências afro-brasileiras, muito pouco explorada pelos nossos intérpretes. Para tanto foi escolhida, especificamente o "Batuque" da Suíte "Reisado do Pastoreio" do compositor Oscar Lorenzo Fernândez, uma das obras brasileiras de maior riqueza musical e reconhecimento no cenário internacional. Esta pesquisa tem como justificativa a contribuição para o enriquecimento da bibliografia técnica brasileira em práticas interpretativas e também da discografia, através de dois Cds que acompanham esta dissertação, uma vez que faltam materiais de suporte disponíveis para o estudo deste gênero musical. A metodologia constou de: leitura de bibliografia especifica para um estudo das origens do termo batuque, as características das práticas musicais e de danças dos negros afro-brasileiros desde o período colonial, suas transformações até as primeiras décadas do século XX, em seguida um paralelo com a trajetória do compositor e sua produção musical, uma análise formal, uma análise interpretativa e comparativa com mais duas execuções distintas desta peça. Entre os resultados obtidos, contam-se a aplicação de conhecimentos teóricos na prática interpretativa; a contribuição para maior entendimento deste repertorio especifico assim como abertura para uma nova perspectiva à pesquisa musical; além de fornecer material útil para o ensino de música de câmara e de prática orquestral; This research had the main object to present a possibility of performing the Brazilian symphonic music formed by afro-Brazilian influences...

Incorporating Haydn’s Minuets: Towards a Somatic Theory of Music

Fort, Joseph Giovanni
Fonte: Harvard University Publicador: Harvard University
Tipo: Thesis or Dissertation; text Formato: application/pdf
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This dissertation addresses a repertoire and an issue that have both been somewhat neglected in musicological studies—the minuets of Joseph Haydn, and the somatic experience of dance. Of all Haydn’s compositions, his minuets have received less attention than perhaps any other movement or genre—despite the fact that his output includes more than four hundred of them. My basic hope is that equipping ourselves as musicologists to deal with somatics and dance will allow us to find something to say about this particular repertoire, to engage with it more thoroughly than we do at present. In this dissertation I argue that a man or woman in the upper levels of society in Vienna towards the end of the eighteenth century would know the dance steps for the minuet. They would be in possession of this somatic knowledge; these eighteenth-century bodies would contain the minuet. And when sitting down to listen to a concert performance of a quartet or symphonic minuet by Haydn, they would still do so in a body that knows how to move to the sounds of the minuet, and perhaps has moved to some by the very same composer. This, I would argue, is perhaps the main difference between an audience member in Haydn’s day and one of our own time, whose (typical) lack of any knowledge of the minuet as a dance posits a gulf between him/her and the audience member of two hundred years ago. The question I ask...

Symphonic Assertions: Music and Displacement in Tocar y Luchar; Asserções Sinfônicas: Música e Deslocamentos em Tocar y Luchar

Miranda, Suzana Reck; Maggi, Daniel
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Escola de Comunicações e Artes Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Escola de Comunicações e Artes
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 18/12/2014 POR
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Nosso artigo analisa o uso da música no documentário venezuelano de temática musical Tocar y Luchar (Alberto Arvelo, 2006). Consideramos que os elementos musicais do filme são motivadores de importantes elos interpretativos e, no intuito de desvelá-los, analisaremos as funções da música em três níveis: na construção da narrativa fílmica, como elemento retórico essencial das ações geopolíticas e sociais do El Sistema (projeto social e cultural retratado no filme) no contexto global e, por último, em possíveis comentários sobre o contexto de polarização sociopolítica que experimenta a Venezuela desde os primórdios da década de 2000.; Our paper analyses the use of music in Venezuelan musical themed documentary Tocar y Luchar (Alberto Arvelo, 2006). We suggest that music are responsible for important interpretations and in order to expose them, we analyses the music functions on three levels: origin and use of music on narrative construction, as an essential rhetoric component to the El Sistema´s geopolitical or social actions into the global context, and as special musical commentary about the sociopolitical polarization that Venezuela experience since 2000.

The Evolution of Genre and Narrative in Mahler's Vocal-Orchestral Works, from Das klagende Lied to the Eighth Symphony

Joyner, Elizabeth
Fonte: Universidade Duke Publicador: Universidade Duke
Tipo: Dissertação
Publicado em //2013
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Narrative symphonic music dominated much of Mahler's compositional output during his early career. His early symphonic cantata,Das klagende Lied (1880-1901), and the Wunderhorn Symphonies (Nos. 2-4, 1888-1901) incorporated instruments and voices in non-operatic settings, and relied in various ways on narrative elements to tell a story. And as a highly visible opera conductor, Mahler was of course familiar with narrative strategies in the context of the opera house. That said, Mahler's approach to narrative in his own symphonic music evolved over the course of his career. This dissertation explores that evolution by examining Das klagende Lied and the Eighth Symphony (1906) in terms of narrative and formal structure, and the broad significance they held for Mahler's compositional trajectory from 1880 to 1906.

I propose that the original, tripartite version of Das klagende Lied, divided into Waldmärchen, Spielmann, and Hochzeitsstück, betrays its origins in the genre of the Romantic symphonic cantata, typified in the German repertoire by a Märchen storyline and defining narrative goal. Using concepts of linear narratives to examine Mahler's poetry and music...