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Though they are generally regarded as invaluable traces of late-Romantic style, early twentieth-century recordings make for uncomfortable bedfellows with modern norms for the performance of certain nineteenth-century repertoires and the canonic identities protected by those norms. Nowhere is this truer than in Brahmsian spheres, where the version of Johannes Brahms communicated by the recordings of the Schumann-Brahms circle of pianists stands in stark contrast to constructions of his 'Classical' identity and its underlying aesthetic ideology of control.
Maria Christina Cleary
The “harpe organisée”, 1720-1840: Rediscovering the lost pedal techniques on harps with a single-action pedal mechanism, is the title of Maria Christina Cleary's PhD thesis. This is the first monographic study on harp pedal techniques, tracing the historical way to pedal on the early pedal harps with a single-action pedal mechanism, the “harpe organisée”, the term used by Diderot.
Der Forschungsbereich meiner Arbeit ist das Partimento im Kontext des Schaffens von Giovanni Paisiello (1740-1816). Dabei richtet sich mein besonderes Interesse auf die Umsetzung dieser Praxis in den Werken Paisiellos.
Structural and expressive functions of flexible treatment of musical time, in the performance of 19th century music
This research will focus on the relationship between the musical structure and musical time in the performance of 19th century music.