DiPiazza, Joseph

UNCG

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Sergei Lyapunov's Preludes for solo piano, Op. 6 : an analysis for performance 2007 3024 "The purpose of this study is to provide a performer's guide and an analysis of Lyapunov's Op. 6 Preludes, thereby contributing to the achievement of a more informed performance, and enabling capable students and their teachers to become familiar wit...
Use of national folk music in a style utilizing original and modern procedures: a case study of Korean contemporary art music 16 arirang variations for piano solo by Bahk Jun Sang 2013 7534 The present document addresses the ways intercultural music emerged and intensified in Korea in historic and musical developments since the introduction of Western music in the late nineteenth century, and to provide a theoretical analysis of
Performance guide for 24 Preludes for Piano, Op. 41 by Lera Auerbach 2017 914 The 24 Preludes for Piano, Op. 41 by Lera Auerbach was composed in 1998 as a commissioned work for the Caramoor International Festival. In 1999 Auerbach further explored the 24 Prelude format producing two chamber works: 24 Preludes for Violin and Pi...
Robert Schumann's Fantasie in C major for piano, opus 17 (1839) : a comparative study of selected sources and their effect on the performer 1989 4 The purpose of this study was to compare the manuscript of the autographed fair copy of the Fantasie, Opus l7, with six selected editions, noting changes in the manuscript and editing practices. The result is a comparison of this manuscript, known as...
Kenneth Frazelle's Blue Ridge airs I and Sonata for cello and piano : a synthesis of music, poetry, and nature 1993 3 The purpose of this research is to document the life and work of American composer, Kenneth Frazelle (b. 1955). A native of North Carolina, Frazelle is a graduate of The Juilliard School in New York where he studied composition with Roger Sessions. C...