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Schubert Symphony No. 1: A Performance Project
This paper will examine the many ambiguous notations in Schubert's manuscripts which have led to widespread confusion and variations in modern performances. By comparing and contrasting views of the editors of both the ...
Orchestral Conducting Through the Nineteenth Century: The Transition from Time-Beating to Interpretation
The role of a conductor of a professional orchestra today varies somewhat from one practitioner to another, leading us to wonder if this has always been the case. Although some chamber orchestras and other instrumental groups ...
Mahler and the Revelation of God: A Study of the Christ-Fixation, Messianic Tendencies, and the Analogous Historical Position of Musical "Messiah" with Regard to the Life and Works of Gustav Mahler During the Years of His Life up to and Including the Composition of Symphony No.4 in G Major
The purpose of this study is to illuminate the musical mission of Gustav Mahler and how he felt his ministry was just as much a divine calling as was that of Jesus Christ; in fact it will be stated that Mahler did indeed ...