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Graf, Peter-Lukas - Interpretation

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Interpretation - How to shape a melodic line


Musical interpretation is first and foremost a question of shaping a melody or the melodic line of a setting. Music, like any language, follows its own set of rules and a sufficient knowledge and familiarity with musical &lsquo:grammar&rsquo: is therefore an essential prerequisite of any convincing interpretation.
The internationally renowned performer and teacher Peter-Lukas Graf explains in great detail the parameters that have to be taken into account for a successful interpretation: rhythm, metre, agogics, articulation, phrasing, ornamentation and implied polyphony, etc. Numerous examples from the flute repertoire of the 17th&ndash:20th century serve as models from which he derives the &lsquo:rules&rsquo: appropriate for an interpretation in keeping with each period. &ndash: These rules are not intended to be dogmatic but instead should stimulate the players to form their own opinion.

Instrumentation: Flute
Binding: Paperback/Soft Cover
Language: English
Publisher: Schott Music
ISMN: M-001-12811-7
ISBN: 979-0-001-12811-7

Contents

  • About rules
  • Preface
  • Golden rules for the interpreter
  • The structure and analysis of melody
  • Notes on the execution of ornamentation in the 17th and 18th centuries
  • Ornamentation in the 19th and 20th centuries
  • Phrasing
  • Rhythm
  • Accents
  • Dynamics
  • Tempo
  • Metre
  • Flexibility of rhythm/rubato
  • Shaping the musical phrase
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • Index
  • Musical examples

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