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Week 8 Hugo Wolf

by: Leah Ralston

Week 8 Hugo Wolf MUS 420B 001

Leah Ralston
University of Hawaii at Manoa

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Notes about Hugo Wolf style, rep, history, and characteristics.
Mus Literature Lab: Solo voice
James Blair-Boone Migura
Class Notes
Music, history, wolf, Art, song
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Leah Ralston on Tuesday October 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MUS 420B 001 at University of Hawaii at Manoa taught by James Blair-Boone Migura in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see Mus Literature Lab: Solo voice in Music at University of Hawaii at Manoa.

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Date Created: 10/11/16
▯ 10/10/16 – Richard Strauss  By age 21 he was considered the successor to Brahms and Wagner.  Strauss – Opera composer, symphonies, orchestrated lieder!  His orchestrated lieder was a little controversial. o Made first for piano (some lieder) but always with the intention of being orchestrated.  He is about the overall MOOD of the poem. o Not a lot of overall text painting  Style: o Sustained high tessitura o Loved the soprano voice o Wrote many songs for his wife Pauline  Large, full, lyric voices, very agile at the top. o Lots of chromaticism – influenced by Wagner o Must be a strong soprano to do Strauss o Very showy – about a lot of the entertainment o Beauty for beauty’s sake, not super deep, but could go deep. o He took poetic license. o His favorite poets: Hesse and Eichendorf o Long phrases and expansive vocal lines o Lots of leaps in melody o Operatic lines.


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