Jarrett, Jack

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Fugal procedures in the Mendelssohn organ sonatas 1968 465 Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847) wrote Six Sonatas for Organ, Opus 65, published in 1845. Fugal procedures are a predominant feature in these sonatas. With the exception of two independent fugues, the Mendelssohn sonatas represent an instance in composi...
Musical architecture in Hindemith's first piano sonata 1970 226 Paul Hindemith's three piano sonatas, composed in 1936, are considered a significant contribution to the literature of the instrument. From a compositional standpoint, they represent a synthesis of traditional and progressive elements. The First Sona...
The contrapuntal style of Hector Berlioz 1970 214 Although some aspects of Berlioz' style have been investigated, such as harmony and thematic-developinent, counterpoint has been largely neglected. Little of a technical nature has been hitherto written about Berlioz' canons, fugues, or theme-conbina...
The effect of a theoretical listening study on the performance of jr. high clarinetists 1975 102 The purpose of this study was to find whether listening skills could be improved through a specific teaching program and, if improvement did occur, whether it would affect the performance ability of those involved in the study. It was hypothesized th...
Interface I for horn and orchestra 1975 97 INTERFACE I is a composition for solo French Horn and orchestra. The single movement is divided into two large sections or periods, and each period into smaller sections or phrases. The first period consists of an upbeat (measures 1-96), a downbeat o...