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The Gedanke manuscripts, from which The Musical Idea is compiled, arelegendary writings of Arnold Schoenberg. Central to his concern was his concept ofthe "musical idea," which represents the wholeness of the musical work andembraces Schoenberg's notions of motive, gestalt, phrase, theme, rhythm, harmony, and form. Ultimately, the musical idea is the vision of the composer by which amusical work achieves unity in relation to the means by which the work iscomprehended in its unity by the listener.…mehr

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The Gedanke manuscripts, from which The Musical Idea is compiled, arelegendary writings of Arnold Schoenberg. Central to his concern was his concept ofthe "musical idea," which represents the wholeness of the musical work andembraces Schoenberg's notions of motive, gestalt, phrase, theme, rhythm, harmony, and form. Ultimately, the musical idea is the vision of the composer by which amusical work achieves unity in relation to the means by which the work iscomprehended in its unity by the listener.
Autorenporträt
Arnold Schoenberg (1874-1951) is one of the most prominent figures in 20th-century music and musical thought, perhaps best known for his development of Twelve Tone theory. Patricia Carpenter (1923-2000) was Professor Emerita, Barnard College, and former Vice President of the Society for Music Theory. Severine Neff is currently Eugene Falk Distinguished Professor in the Department of Music at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.