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TRAUERVOKABULAR UND OFFENE STRUKTUREN IN FRANZÖSISCHER CEMBALOMUSIK DES 17. JAHRHUNDERTS

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Im 17. Jahrhundert war die Cembalomusik vom so genannten style luthé inspiriert. Aus der Lautenmusik heraus entwickelte sich ein spezifisches Trauervokabular, das in Tombeaux, Allemandes grave und Lamenti erscheint. In der Arbeit werden semantische Aspekte erforscht, die sich durch die Analyse der einzelnen musikalischen Parameter erkennen lassen. Der letzte Teil deckt Zusammenhänge auf zwischen der Habsburgischen Funeralkultur für Ferdinand IV und Frobergers Lamento aus der Partita FbWV 612, die beide auf ähnliche Allegorien und Symbole zurückgreifen.

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2009-05-01
2018-10-20

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