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ABSTRACT Brahms's first bouquet of songs, six settings of poems by four different poets, shows that he was already a sensitive reader of lyric poetry and a composer who could write Romantic miniatures in which the smallest details bear considerable significance. The essay describes musicopoetic...
ABSTRACT In music theory, a coda is generally understood as an appendage or an epilogue to a musical structure. This is perhaps the reason that, as Joseph Kerman writes, ‘(m)usical analysts who deal with ... sonata‐form movements generally ... do less well ... in accounting for actual musical...
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