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This article proposes an alternative way to think about the process of expositional closure. The recent resurgence of Formenlehre has given rise to a dispute about the correlation between expositional closure and the sequence of local perfect authentic cadences in the second group. Noting that...
This article explores passages from Liszt's and Schoenberg's compositions that share the versatile hexatonic collection which can function within, without or somewhere in between a tonal harmonic framework. The underlying harmonic structure of the hexatonic‐based passages from Liszt's oratorio...
Schoenberg's Piano Piece Op. 33b can be interpreted fruitfully using the composer's notion of ‘musical idea’, in which a problem or conflict is introduced at the beginning, elaborated during the piece and resolved near the end. Previous studies of the piece disagree about whether bars 5b–11a...
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