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Music: An Appreciation 8 th Edition by Roger Kamien . Unit V1 浪漫時期( The Romantic Period) 1820-1900. Presentation Development: Robert Elliott University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. 華格納( Richard Wagner). Mid to late Romantic composer. German (1813-1883). Studied in Germany.

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music an appreciation 8 th edition by roger kamien

Music: An Appreciation8th Editionby Roger Kamien

Unit V1

浪漫時期(The Romantic Period)

1820-1900

Presentation Development: Robert Elliott

University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff

richard wagner
華格納( Richard Wagner)
  • Mid to late Romantic composer
  • German (1813-1883)
  • Studied in Germany
  • Later moved to Paris—did not work out
  • Returned to Germany, got in trouble
  • Finally settled & succeeded in Munich, Bavaria
  • Lived large off of others—ran up debts
  • Wrote in many styles, famous for opera

Wagner’s Music

  • His works were large, full blown affairs
  • No recitatives & arias—just non-stop music
  • Adapted idee fixe to leitmotif approach
  • Huge orchestrations for operas
  • Requires big voices to be heard
listening

Chpt. 19-Richard Wagner

Listening

Die Walkure (The Valkyrie, 1856)

by Wagner

Act I: Love scene (conclusion)

Storyline of the Ring Cycle & this scene (p. 272)

Listening Guide: p. 383 Brief Set, CD 4:1

Note: Huge production, large orchestrations

Big, powerful voices required

Use of leitmotif for people, places, things and ideas

chpt 20 gustav mahler
Chpt 20: 馬勒(Gustav Mahler)
  • Listening Guide: Ging heut’ Morgen uber’s Feld (This morning I went through the fields), p. 390