McMaster Music Analysis Colloquium


Published by the graduate students of the M.A. Music Criticism Programme

McMaster University

 General Editor: William Renwick

 


   Volume 1, December 1999

Ternary Form in Tonal Music

Editors: Ruth Cumberbatch & Catherine Schwartz

Editorial Committee: Antonella Bilich, Jennifer Caines, Shaninun Pittman

& Barbara Swanson

Layout & Technical Committee: Nicholas Greco & Megan Paterson

Acknowledgements

 

Correspondence and Comments:

renwick@mcmaster.ca

 

Contents

 

Foreword 

Ruth Cumberbatch & Catherine Schwartz

Preface 

William Renwick

Palestrina's "Kyrie" Missa Aeterna Christi Munera: A Schenkerian Approach to Ternary Form

Antonella Bilich 

Integrating the Baroque Da Capo Aria Form in Bach's "Bereite dich, Zion" 

Megan Paterson 

The Ritornello in J.S. Bach's aria "Sich Üben im Lieben": An Active Character in the Design of Ternary Form 

Catherine Schwartz 

Piano Interludes as Summary in Schubert's "Der Lindenbaum" 

Jennifer Caines 

Brahms' Intermezzo in E major Op. 116, No. 6: A Formal Analysis 

Nicholas Greco 

Interruption, Expansion and Delay in Brahms's Intermezzo in A major Op. 118, No.2 

Ruth Cumberbatch

Listening for Motivic-Structural Unity in Chopin's Nocturne, Op. 37, No. 1 

Barbara Swanson 

Frederic Chopin's Mazurka in a-minor Op. 17, No. 4: A New Critical Perspective with Reference to Heinrich Schenker's and Rudolf Réti's Analytic Methods

Shaninun Pittman

Appendix: Ternary Form in Tonal Music 

William Renwick

 

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