MUL2010 March 14 and 16
MUL2010 March 14 and 16 MUL2010
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March 14, 2016 Wagner- Tristan and Isolde (end of first act) o Schopenhauer’s philosophy- the world as will and representation o Phenomenon vs. Neumenon Phenomenon: world of appearance; desires Neumenon: world of essence; what we need to reach o Salvation through love o Love is a recurring topic in the Romantic era Music and love o Love is infinitely varied: love for family/friends, god, country, etc. o Ancient Greeks grouped love into four categories Philia (friendship) Xena (social hospitality) Agape (idealized love) Eros (sensual love) o Love has always been a favorite topic for musicians Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (1991), based on French folk tale Something There from the film’s soundtrack Unattainable love in the middle ages o Medieval France, troubadours (female trobaritz) and trouveres (female trouversses), the poet/musicians, developed an entire tradition of song and poetry cataloguing love’s many aspects, particularly unattainable love o Bernard de Ventadorn’s Can vei la luzeta mover Unattainable love in the Renaissance o Polyphonic love songs intended for entertainment o Je Ne Pius Vivre Aingy Toujours by Antonin Bushouys (1430-1450) March 16, 2016 Obsessive love o Franz Schubert (1797-1828) o Lieder Gretchen am Spinnrade (Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel) Form Text from Wolfgang Gvethe’s play Faust o Seduction and obsession How is this presented in text and context? How is this presented by the musical text (texture, tempo, harmony, etc.) Unrequited love o Hector Berloiz (1803-1869) o Embodied the “romantic” ideal in his live and in art, no separation between the two o Expanded orchestral expectations the way instruments and instrument combinations were used Symphony Fantastique (1830) o Programmatic symphony 5 movements o Idée fixed (fixed idea)- recurrent theme Thread that unifies the movements Brass, low winds, percussion Represents… THE BELOVED Woman named Harriet Smithson o Physiological and psychological sickness Love and betrayal o Giacomo Puccini (Italian, 1858-1924) o Madame Butterfly (opera) (1904)
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