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Książka pokonferencyjna NIFC - Warszawa 2004

Książka pokonferencyjna NIFC - Warszawa 2004 Książka pokonferencyjna NIFC - Warszawa 2004

Chopin in Performance: History, Theory, Practice
Wydawca: Narodowy Instytut Fryderyka Chopina
ISBN: 83-917410-6-0
Cena: 30 zł
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Książka poświęcona tematyce wykonawczej. Porusza takie zagadnienia jak rola wykonania w kształtowaniu dzieła muzycznego, historia wykonawstwa muzyki Chopina oraz możliwości badania wykonań z udziałem współczesnych technologii.

Spis treści:

Defining an aesthetic: Historicizing Chopin performance

  • Zbigniew Skowron (Warszawa) Creating a legend or reporting facts? Chopin as performer in the biographical accounts of F. Liszt, M. A. Szulc, and F. Niecks
  • Jonathan Bellman (Greeley, Colorado) Toward a Well-Tempered Chopin
  • Claudia Colombati (Roma) Performance of the Chopin Work as an Aesthetic and Historic issue
  • Benjamin Vogel (Lund) Young Chopin's Domestic Pianos

Chopin's performances: interpreting the evidence

  • Jeffrey Kallberg (Philadephia) Con duolo: On Chopin's soul
  • Hartmuth Kinzler (Osnabrück) Towards the reconstruction of Chopin's own theory of pedaling
  • Martin S. Hansen (Osnabrück) Some questions concerning Chopin's pedal indications in his Preludes Op. 28. A performer's look at the manuscript
  • Regina Smendzianka (Warszawa) Piano works by Chopin's predecessors (Michał Kleofas Ogiński, Maria Szymanowska) and their influence on the interpretation of Chopin's early pieces
  • Jan Ekier (Warszawa) Working on the National Edition - four communiqués
  • Kazimierz Morski (Roma) The interpretation of Chopin's works: comparative analysis of different styles of performance
  • David Rowland (London) The performance of Chopin's works for piano and orchestra
  • Mieczysław Tomaszewski (Kraków) The D flat Major Nocturne and the genesis of resonance in performance

Chopin performance in history

  • Irena Poniatowska (Warszawa) Towards the methodics of performance of Chopin's Etudes Op.10
  • John Rink (London) Chopin, Arrau and the technique of performance
  • Lidia Kozubek (Warszawa) Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli and pedagogy
  • Irina Nikolska (Moskwa) Russian traditions of performing Chopin's works
  • Wojciech Bońkowski (Warszawa) Vladimir Horowitz, or 'bad' Chopin playing
  • Thomas Kabisch (Trossingen) From the "Éditions de travail des oeuvres de Chopin" to the "Principes rationnels de la technique pianistique". Alfred Cortot on playing Chopin and the principles of playing the piano

Analytical approaches to the performance of Chopin

  • Wojciech Nowik (Warszawa) Expression of form and the form of expression. Berceuse Op. 57 in the interpretation by Józef Hofmann
  • Krystyna Juszyńska (Łódź) and Piotr Rogowski (Warszawa) Berceuse op. 57: an acoustic analysis of Józef Hofmann recordings
  • Marcin Strzelecki (Kraków) Tracking psycho-acoustical features in performances of Chopin
  • Michał Podolak (Poznań) The Multidimensionality of Phonographic Recording. Admist the fabric of intention: composer, musician and the baton of the sound engineer
  • Krzysztof Rottermund (Berlin) Transcriptions of pieces by Chopin for harmonium: ‘Hausmusik' in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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