Schumann Piano Quartet in E-flat major

Schumann Piano Quartet in E-flat major

Introduction   Robert Schumann (1810-1856) was known for having periods or even years in which he composed a certain genre of music. The years 1842-1843 have become known as the chamber music years in which he composed three string quartets, the piano quintet and...
Consulted literature

Consulted literature

Here you find a list of books and articles I consulted for my analyses and posts in general. It ranges from general books on analysis to books on various aspects of analysis to books on composers and articles on specific repertoire or even pieces.   Aurelian, and...
Analysis Schubert Symphony no. 1

Analysis Schubert Symphony no. 1

Attatchments: Score with annotation First movement: Exposition (part 1: mm. 1-215) Score with annotation First movement: Development & Retransition (part 2: mm. 216-330) Score with annotation First movement: Recapitulation (part 3: mm. 331-556) Schubert: Symphony...

General notes on analysis

General notes on analysis   Concepts Fauxbourdon The Fauxbourdon originates from the middle of the fifteenth century. Hymns originally contained only two voices, a cantus firmus and a lower voice, the tenor, which was sung a sixth or an octave lower. To this was...