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J.S. Bach의 Flute Sonata BWV 1035와 F.Schubert의 Introduction and Variations Op.160에 대한 분석 연구

Title
J.S. Bach의 Flute Sonata BWV 1035와 F.Schubert의 Introduction and Variations Op.160에 대한 분석 연구
Other Titles
(A) Study on Flute Sonata BWV 1035 of J.S. Bach and Introduction and Variations for Flute and Piano Op.160 of F. Schubert
Authors
이진원
Issue Date
1994
Department/Major
대학원 음악학과
Keywords
J.S. BachFlute Sonata BWV 1035F.SchubertIntroduction and Variations Op.160
Publisher
이화여자대학교 대학원
Degree
Master
Abstract
In this thesis, Flute Sonata BWV 1035 of J. S. Bach and Introduction and Variations for Flute and Piano Op1.160 of F. Schubert were studied and analyzed. The result examined through analysis as follow: Flute Sonata BWV 1035 of J. S. Bach is composed of Sonata da chiesa form which consists of 4 movements. The first movement is Adagio ma non tanto, the second movement is Allegro, the third movement is Siciliano, and the fourth movement is Allegro assai. The theme of each movement is progressed with the repetition, imitation, sequence, inversion, retrograde and frequent modulation. Introduction and Variations for Flute and Piano Op.160 of F. Schubert is composed of Introduction, Theme and seven variations. Introduction suggests the character of the theme. Variations (Var. 1-7) progress with melodic variation, figural variation, modulation and contrapuntal variation. Var. 1-5 are composed in two-part form and consist of melodic and figural variations. Var. 6 is an enlarged contrapuntal variation and Var. 7 is a characteristic variation with a long coda.;In this thesis, Flute Sonata BWV 1035 of J. S. Bach and Introduction and Variations for Flute and Piano Op1.160 of F. Schubert were studied and analyzed. The result examined through analysis as follow: Flute Sonata BWV 1035 of J. S. Bach is composed of Sonata da chiesa form which consists of 4 movements. The first movement is Adagio ma non tanto, the second movement is Allegro, the third movement is Siciliano, and the fourth movement is Allegro assai. The theme of each movement is progressed with the repetition, imitation, sequence, inversion, retrograde and frequent modulation. Introduction and Variations for Flute and Piano Op.160 of F. Schubert is composed of Introduction, Theme and seven variations. Introduction suggests the character of the theme. Variations (Var. 1-7) progress with melodic variation, figural variation, modulation and contrapuntal variation. Var. 1-5 are composed in two-part form and consist of melodic and figural variations. Var. 6 is an enlarged contrapuntal variation and Var. 7 is a characteristic variation with a long coda.
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