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- 본인의 석사 과정 졸업연주 프로그램인 R. Schumann 「Dichterliebe Op. 48」, F. Chopin 「Polonaise Brillante for Cello and Piano Op. 3」, C. Debussy 「Sonata for Violin and Piano」, 각 작품의 작곡가와 작품에 대해 알아보았다.
Robert Schumann(1810-1856)은 슈베르트의 뒤를 이어 19세기 예술가곡의 형식을 새로이 완성시켰다. 본 논문에서 살펴 본 「Dichterliebe Op.48」은 가곡의 해라 불리 우는 1840년에 하이네의 시에 붙여 작곡된 슈만의 대표적인 연가곡집이다. 16개의 곡으로 구성되어있는데 각 곡마다 시와 음악이 밀접한 관계를 지니고 있으며, 시에 대한 슈만만의 해석을 피아노 반주부에서 선율과 화성으로 섬세하게 다루었다. 따라서 연주자는 연주하기에 앞서 시의 내용을 먼저 이해하고, 선율과의 관계, 리듬, 화성들을 살펴보는 자세가 필요하겠다.; The purpose of this thesis is to analyse R. Schumann 「Dichterliebe Op. 48」, F. Chopin 「Polonaise Brillante for Cello and Piano Op. 3」, C. Debussy 「Sonata for Violin and Piano」, my graduation concert repertoires, and study the composers and their other works.
Robert Schumann(1810-1856) follows Schubert in successfully creating a new 19th art song form. This thesis explores 「Dichterliebe Op.48」, composed in 1840, which is Schumann’s best-known song cycle. It consists of texts from Lyrisches Intermezzo of Heinrich Heine and each song shows an intimate connection between poetry and music by mirroring Schumann’s interpretation in the piano chromaticism and suspensions. Therefore it is essential for the performer to have better understanding of the poems and how the context are related with melody, rhythm, and chord.
Fryderyk Chopin(1810-1849) was a Polish composer and pianist of the Romantic era who later received education in France. Although most of his ideology and sentiment was formed and his work was based on his love and passion for his country. This thesis discusses 「Polonaise Brillante for Cello and Piano Op. 3」 which was composed to be in a moderato triple meter. It seems to extravagantly weigh into the polonaise rhythm but the piano and cello, while exchanging taking parts, creates lyricism and a rather elegant and rich melody.
Claude Debussy(1862-1918) is a French composer from the late Romantic period who opened up a new era of music - the impressionism movement. This thesis discusses 「Sonata for Violin and Piano」, Debussy’s only violin sonata and his last composition. This number consists of three movements and each movement is composed around major and minor scales with oriental modes, uses pentatonic scales, chromatic scales and whole- tone scales. It preserves a classic structure while it also shows Debussy’s unique musical style.
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