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Sofia Gubaidulina

Author : Michael Kurtz
ISBN : UOM:39015074042394
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A comprehensive biography of one of the most influential composers of the 20th century
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Sofia Gubaidulina

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105016549243
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Author : Sofia Asgatovna Gubaidulina
ISBN : UOM:39015079249689
Genre : Music
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(Piano). Contents: Chaconne, Piano Sonata, Toccata-Troncata, Invention.
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Song Without Words And Two Ballads

Author : Sofia Gubaidulina
ISBN : 1423402030
Genre : Music
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(Brass). This edition contians two very accessible works by Gubaidulina for trumpet and piano. "Song Without Words" is scored for trumpet and piano. "Two Ballads" is scored for two trumpets and piano.
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Musical Toys

Author : Sofia Gubaidulina
ISBN : UCSD:31822016306300
Genre : Piano music
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Category: Piano music

Two Piano Sonatas

Author : Sofia Gubaidulina
ISBN : UOM:39015033733273
Genre : Music
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(Piano Collection). From the AMP Library Of Russian-Soviet Music comes TWO PIANO SONATAS in one publication. The first is a 1965 Sofia Gubaidulina sonata and the second was written by Tigran Mansurian in 1967.
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Hommage T S Eliot

Author : Sofia Gubaidulina
ISBN : UOM:39015027671604
Genre : Songs (High voice) with instrumental ensemble
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Category: Songs (High voice) with instrumental ensemble

The Rhythm Of Form

Author : Jennifer Denise Milne
ISBN : OCLC:232645018
Genre : Composers
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Category: Composers

Music Of The Twentieth Century Avant Garde

Author : Larry Sitsky
ISBN : 0313296898
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Guides the reader or researcher, in language suitable for the layperson, through the history and musicianship of the avant-garde composers of the 20th century.
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To Be Totally Free

Author : Kathleen Regovich
ISBN : OCLC:960814994
Genre : Women composers
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As women composers in the Soviet Union, Sofia Gubaidulina and Galina Ustvolskaya occupy a unique niche in twentieth-century music history. A lack of access to the technical training required to develop compositional skills is often cited as a primary reason women composers struggled to reach the same prominence as their male colleagues. Living in an ostensibly egalitarian society, Gubaidulina and Ustvolskaya were treated as equal to their male counterparts and given greater access to education than many women in the West. This increased access to musical education represents an unprecedented experiment in classical music history. Both Gubaidulina and Ustvolskaya developed compositional styles which are neither traditional nor avant-garde, but strikingly unique. In the face of a regime which sought to limit their artistic expression, these women found freedom and independence in their music.
Category: Women composers

Contemporary Anthology Of Music By Women

Author : James R. Briscoe
ISBN : 0253211026
Genre : Music
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Contains vocal and instrumental music composed by women during the 20th Century.
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Contemporary Music And Spirituality

Author : Robert Sholl
ISBN : 9781317160656
Genre : Music
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The flourishing of religious or spiritually-inspired music in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries remains largely unexplored. The engagement and tensions between modernism and tradition, and institutionalized religion and spirituality are inherent issues for many composers who have sought to invoke spirituality and Otherness through contemporary music. Contemporary Music and Spirituality provides a detailed exploration of the recent and current state of contemporary spiritual music in its religious, musical, cultural and conceptual-philosophical aspects. At the heart of the book are issues that consider the role of secularization, the claims of modernity concerning the status of art, and subjective responses such as faith and experience. The contributors provide a new critical lens through which it is possible to see the music and thought of Cage, Ligeti, Messiaen, Stockhausen as spiritual music. The book surrounds these composers with studies of and by other composers directly associated with the idea of spiritual music (Harvey, Gubaidulina, MacMillan, Pärt, Pott, and Tavener), and others (Adams, Birtwistle, Ton de Leeuw, Ferneyhough, Ustvolskaya, and Vivier) who have created original engagements with the idea of spirituality. Contemporary Music and Spirituality is essential reading for humanities scholars and students working in the areas of musicology, music theory, theology, religious studies, philosophy of culture, and the history of twentieth-century culture.
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Discontinuous Continuity

Author : Joseph T. Williams
ISBN : OCLC:182574233
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Since the early 1980s, the majority of studies on Russian composer Sofia Gubaidulina (b. 1931) have centered on her historical influence. These writings, although necessary and interesting, have neglected any detailed analytical approaches in favor of aesthetic descriptions of her experimental new sounds and manipulations of proportions in large scale form. In particular, these studies have placed considerable stress on the discontinuous nature of her compositions, characterized as having "episodic forms" and "lack of development." This study demonstrates how Gubaidulina's music is not as discontinuous as it first appears. Utilizing the composer's four string quartets as specific examples, the author shows in detail how, although seemingly episodic on the surface, they each contain streams of continuity as a result of similarly conceived structural processes that organize the various musical elements, including pitch, rhythm, and large-scale form. Through an analysis of these quartets, the author illustrates the processes at work and demonstrates the specific manner in which each process aids in establishing continuity and coherence throughout. The first quartet illustrates the process of expansion, in which pitches (and sometimes rhythms) are organized in one of two ways. First, they may radiate outward in pitch space from some central point or, second, they may expand outward in pitch space using some interval as a measure of distance. The second quartet utilizes inversional symmetry as a means of organizing large collections of pitches about a single asserted axis. This quartet also demonstrates the process of gap-fill, in which an interval is established and gradually filled in chromatically. The third quartet presents an organizing principle based on the intervals inherent to the pitch collection. Specific intervals are assigned particular functions in order to structurally arrange the individual pitches both linearly and harmonically. In this case, ic5 and ic1 act as structural markers between sections and as a means of differentiating between individual voices. Finally, the fourth quartet illustrates an organizing process based on sound masses. These collections are shown to mutate into one another via transformations.
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