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The slide and trill : general trends in late eighteenth century Germany, with specific reference to the Berlin school

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Lancaster, G (1984) The slide and trill : general trends in late eighteenth century Germany, with specific reference to the Berlin school. Coursework Master thesis, University of Tasmania.

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Abstract

Musical examples, arranged in the order in which they occur
in the text, will be found on pages 65 to 151 .
Compound Trill is based on the term Compound Ornaments.
used by Arnold Dolmetsch in Chapter 4, Section 13 of his book
"The Interpretation of the Music of the XVII & XVIII Centuries".
The following categories, resulting from the rhythmic
relationship of an ornament to the principal note or notes,
are defined as follows:
Beat is the notated starting point of the principal
note.
Onbeat ornaments displace the starting point of the
principal note. The entry of the Principal note is therefore
delayed.
Anticipated or prebeat ornaments precede their
principal note and leave the starting points of their
principal notes in place.
Interbeat ornaments are equally linked to both
neighbouring notes and inserted between the starting points of
both neighbour notes.

Item Type: Thesis (Coursework Master)
Keywords: Music, Music, Embellishment (Music)
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Thesis (M. Mus.) -Tasmania, 1984

Date Deposited: 19 Dec 2014 02:29
Last Modified: 17 Jul 2017 23:30
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