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THE COMPLEMENT UNION PROPERTY IN THE MUSIC OF ELLIOTT CARTER

THE COMPLEMENT UNION PROPERTY IN THE MUSIC OF ELLIOTT CARTER K(Z) mp espr. j #œ ™ p pp f p #œ . ™ . J ≈ n Œ œ T6(Z) ˙™ ˙™ œ . . œ ‰™ R ‰ n J nœ ™ ≈ J œ ‰ œ #˙ f f #œ ™ j #œ ™ œ ˙ ˙ espr. œ & œ . n œ . . J T6K(Z) . #œ . œ ‰ . . #œ #œ #œ ™ #œ ™ ˙ ˙ œ & œ f -p espr. œ bœ > œ > œ n ≈ ‰ #œ ˙ J 4 4 #œ ™ œ nœ n J J 2 j 4 ™ mp œ - Concert C = pc 0 Example 1. Carter, Gra for B≤ clarinet, mm. 84–96 Example 2. Carter, sketch for Gra member that a) is an inversion of Z; b) leaves invariant the 4–9[0167] subset of Z; and c) transposes the remaining 2–4[04] member by either T1 or TB.5 Carter’s sketches for Gra shed light on the relation of {E4, B5, B≤4, F5} to the 2–4[04] members. In Example 2, my transcription of a sketch for the passage in Example 1, {E4, B5, B≤4, F5} appears in open noteheads and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Music Theory Duke University Press

THE COMPLEMENT UNION PROPERTY IN THE MUSIC OF ELLIOTT CARTER

Journal of Music Theory , Volume 48 (1) – Jan 1, 2004

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Duke University Press
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Copyright 2004 by Yale University
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0022-2909
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1941-7497
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10.1215/00222909-48-1-1
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Abstract

K(Z) mp espr. j #œ ™ p pp f p #œ . ™ . J ≈ n Œ œ T6(Z) ˙™ ˙™ œ . . œ ‰™ R ‰ n J nœ ™ ≈ J œ ‰ œ #˙ f f #œ ™ j #œ ™ œ ˙ ˙ espr. œ & œ . n œ . . J T6K(Z) . #œ . œ ‰ . . #œ #œ #œ ™ #œ ™ ˙ ˙ œ & œ f -p espr. œ bœ > œ > œ n ≈ ‰ #œ ˙ J 4 4 #œ ™ œ nœ n J J 2 j 4 ™ mp œ - Concert C = pc 0 Example 1. Carter, Gra for B≤ clarinet, mm. 84–96 Example 2. Carter, sketch for Gra member that a) is an inversion of Z; b) leaves invariant the 4–9[0167] subset of Z; and c) transposes the remaining 2–4[04] member by either T1 or TB.5 Carter’s sketches for Gra shed light on the relation of {E4, B5, B≤4, F5} to the 2–4[04] members. In Example 2, my transcription of a sketch for the passage in Example 1, {E4, B5, B≤4, F5} appears in open noteheads and

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Journal of Music TheoryDuke University Press

Published: Jan 1, 2004

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