Romantic Study Guide / Mus 115 - Nathanson

 

Part V  The Romantic Period (pages 203-208)

 

Chapter 1 Romanticism in Music (209-213)

·      Characteristics of Romantic Music

Chapter 2 Romantic Composers and Their Public (pages 213-215)

Chapter 3 The Art Song (pages 215-216)

 

Chapter 4 Franz Schubert (pages 216-221)

·      The Lied - The Erlkönig  (know each character)

 

Chapter 5 Robert Schumann (pages 221-224)-from Carnival, Estrella

 

Chapter 6 Clara Schumann (pages 224-227)

 

Chapter 7 Frédéric Chopin (pages227-232),

·      Nocturne in E Flat Major, Op. 9 No. 2

·      Etude in C Minor, Op. 10, No. 12 (Revolutionary)

 

Chapter 8 Franz Liszt (pages 232-235)

 

Chapter 10 Program Music (pages 238-239)

 

Chapter 11 Hector Berlioz (pages 239-245),

·      Symphonie Fantastique, Fourth Movement, (March to the Scaffold)

 

Chapter 12 Nationalism (pages 245-249), Bedrich Smetana, The Moldau

 

Chapter 13 Anotnin Dvorák (pages 249-252)

·      Symphony No. 9 in E Minor, Op. 95 (From the New World)

 

Chapter 14 Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky (pages 253-255)

 

Chapter 15 Johannes Brahms (pages 255-260)

 

Chapter 18 Richard Wagner (pages 270-272)

·      Music Drama

·      leitmotiv

·      Tristan and Isolde

·      Will vs. Appearance (Arthur Schopenhauer)

·      extreme chromaticism

·      lack of cadences

·      endless melody