Week 8 Hugo Wolf
Week 8 Hugo Wolf MUS 420B 001
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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