Modernism in Australian music, 1950-2000 : eight case studies, including papers from the Symposium of the International Musicological Society, Melbourne, July 2004 / edited by Graham Hair.
Australian Works Analysed in this Book
|Psalm 70 by Don Banks|
|Variations for cello and piano by Don Banks|
|Bagatelle no. 2 by Keith Humble|
||Sonata No. 4 (1990) by Keith Humble|
||little sonata in two parts (1993) by Keith Humble|
||Kelly ground (1966) by David Lumsdaine|
||Salvation Creek with eagle (1974) by David Lumsdaine|
Contents note: Modalities of metaphor in the music of David Lumsdaine / Nicola LeFanu -- David Lumsdaine's 'Kelly ground' / Michael Hooper -- The work that never was : Don Banks' 'Variations for cello and piano' / Marcus Hartstein -- Psalm 70 : Don Banks' first essay in twelve-tone composition / Bradley Cummings -- An instance of further development of dodecaphony in the music of Don Banks / Stefanie Rauch -- Constructing tonality : Smalley as (post-) modernist / Christopher Mark -- The interaction of conflicting forces in Keith Humble's career, musical identity and compositional process, as reflected in 'A little sonata in two parts' / Graham Hair -- Motto, motive and harmonic design in Keith Humble's 'Bagatelle no. 2' and 'Sonata no. IV' / Allan Walker.
This product forms part of the following series: Australian studies in the history, philosophy and social studies of music.
Includes bibliographical references.
Be the first to share your thoughts, opinions and insights about this item.
To post a comment please login