Coordination of Ideas and Styles in the Western Musical Tradition with Wright/Simms Music in Western Civilization, vol. 2 (Mwc 2)



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Coordination of Ideas and Styles in the Western Musical Tradition with Wright/Simms Music in Western Civilization, vol. 2 (MWC 2)

Ideas and Styles chapter

Page(s)

Piece

MWC 2 no.

15

223

Johann Adolf Hasse, Cleofide, aria, “Digli ch’io son fedele”

118

15

222

John Gay, The Beggar’s Opera, dialogue and songs from Act 1

  1. Air XI, “A fox may steal your hens”

  2. Dialogue

  3. Air XII, “Oh, ponder well”

  4. Air XIII, The turtle thus with plaintive crying”

119

15

224

Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, La serva padrona

  1. Recitative, “Io non so chi mi tien!”

  2. Duet, “Lo concosco a quegl’ occhietti”

120

16

245

Jean–Jacques Rousseau, Le Devin du village, duet, “À jamais Colin”

121







Christoph Willibald Gluck, Orfeo ed Euridice

  1. Aria, “Deh placatevi”

  2. Chorus, “Misero giovane”

  3. Obbligato recitative, “Ahimè! Dove trascorsi?”

  4. Aria, “Che farò senza Euridice?”

122

16

250–251

Giovanni Battista Sammartini, Symphony in D Major, first movement, Allegro

123

16

251–253

Johann Stamitz, La Melodia Germanica, no. 3, Symphony in E-flat Major, first movement, Allegro assai

124

16

242

Domenico Scarlatti, Essercizi, Sonata no. 26 in A Major

125

16

246–247

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Fantasia in C Minor

126

17

261, 272

Johann Christian Bach, Piano Sonata in D Minor, op. 5 no. 2, first movement, Allegro di molto

127

17

262–264, 269

Joseph Haydn, Symphony no. 6 in D Major, Le Matin, first movement, Adagio; Allegro

128

18

283–285

Joseph Haydn, String quartet, op. 33 no. 3, “The Bird” (Hob. III: 39), first movement, Allegro moderato

129

18

282

Joseph Haydn, Symphony no. 94, “Surprise,” second movement, Andante

130

18

282, 285

Joseph Haydn, Symphony no. 99, in E-flat Major, first movement, Adagio; Vivace assai

131

18

282

Joseph Haydn, The Creation, “The Heavens Are Telling”

132

18

285

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Symphony no. 40 in G minor (K. 550), first movement, Allegro

133

18

285

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Symphony no. 41 in C Major (K. 551), fourth movement, Molto allegro

134

18

283

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, String Quartet in C Major, “Dissonance,” introduction

135

18

286–287

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Piano Concerto in A Major (K. 488), first movement, Allegro

136

18

289–290

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Le nozze di Figaro

  1. Aria, “Se vuol ballare”

  2. Aria, “Porgi, amor”

  3. Aria, “Voi che sapete”

  4. Ensemble, “ Vostre dunque”

137

18

281–283

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Requiem Mass

  1. “Confutatis”

  2. “Lacrimosa” (completed by Süssmayr)

138

18

296

Ludwig van Beethoven, Piano Sonata in C Minor (“Pathétique”), first movement, Grave; Allegro molto e con brio

139

18

295

Ludwig van Beethoven, Piano Concerto no. 1 in C Major, third movement, Allegro

140

19

310–312

Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony no. 3 (“Eroica”), second movement (Funeral March), Adagio assai

141

19

316–318

Ludwig van Beethoven, String Quartet in B-flat Major, fifth movement (Cavatina)

142

19

316

Ludwig van Beethoven, Missa solemnis, Kyrie

143

19

323

Franz Schubert, “Erlkönig”

144

19

320–323

Franz Schubert, “Ganymed”

145

19

320–323

Franz Schubert, “Nähe des Geliebten”

146

20

346–348

Hector Berlioz, Symphonie fantastique, fourth movement, “March to the Scaffold”

147

20

332–333

Hector Berlioz, “Absence” from Les Nuits d’été

148

20

342–343

Frédéric Chopin, Nocturne in D-flat Major, op. 27 no. 2

149

20

341

Felix Mendelssohn, Piano Trio in D Minor, op. 49, first movement, Molto allegro ed agitato

150

20

350

Robert Schumann, Symphony no. 1, second movement, Larghetto

151

20

334

Clara Schumann, “Liebst du um Schönheit”

152

19

326–327

Carl Maria von Weber, Der Freischütz, Act 2, Wolf’s Glen Scene, concluding section

153

21

360–366

Richard Wagner, Das Rheingold, Entrance of the Gods into Valhalla

154

19

324–325

Gioacchino Rossini, The Barber of Seville, Act 1, no. 1

  1. Introduzione, “Piano, pianissimo”

  2. Cavatina, “Ecco ridente”; Sequito dell’Introduzione, “Ehi, Fiorello”

155

20

371

Giuseppe Verdi, Otello, Act 4, scene 3

156

20

340–341

Franz Liszt, Hungarian Rhapsody no. 15 (Rákóczy March)

157

21

367–368

Johannes Brahms, Symphony no. 3, first movement, Allegro con brio

158

21

367–368

Johannes Brahms, “Feldeinsamkeit,” op. 86, no. 2

159

21

368

Anton Bruckner, Christus factus est

160

21

378–379

Modest Musorgsky, Sunless, “Within Four Walls”

161

21

378

Peter Il’yich Tchaikovsky, The Nutcracker, Act 1, scene 8

162

21

372–373

Gustav Mahler, “Um Mitternacht”

163

21

372–373

Gustav Mahler, Symphony no. 5, fourth movement, Adagietto

164

21

372–373

Alma Mahler, “Die stille Stadt”

165

21

379

Edward Elgar, “Enigma” Variations

  1. Theme

  2. Ninth Variation (“Nimrod”)

166

21

375–376

Giacomo Puccini, Madama Butterfly, Aria, “Dovunque al mondo”

167

22

386–389

Claude Debussy, Fêtes galantes I, “En sourdine”

168

22

386–389

Claude Debussy, Images I, “Reflets dans l’eau”

169

22

387–388

Claude Debussy, Nocturnes, “Nuages”

170

21

369–370

Gabriel Fauré, Dans la forêt de septembre,” op. 85, no. 1

171

22

388

Lili Boulanger, Clairières dans le ciel, “Elle est gravement gaie”

172

23

414–415

Richard Strauss, Salome, concluding scene

173

22

392–393

Igor Stravinsky, The Rite of Spring

  1. Procession of the Sage

  2. The Sage

  3. Dance of the Earth

174

22

394–395

Arnold Schoenberg, Piano Piece, op. 11, no. 1

175

22

394–395

Arnold Schoenberg, Pierrot lunaire, no. 8, “Nacht”

176

21

373

Alexander Scriabin, Piano Prelude, op. 74, no. 5

177

23

412

Maurice Ravel, Le tombeau de Couperin, Rigaudon

178

23

411–412

Erik Satie, Sarabande no. 2 for piano

179

23

413

Igor Stravinsky, Octet, first movement, “Sinfonia”

180

23

412, 424

Darius Milhaud, Saudades do Brazil, “Botafogo”

181

22

403–406

Arnold Schoenberg, String Quartet no. 4, first movement, Allegro molto, energico

182

23

408–410

Anton Webern, Symphony, op. 21, second movement, Sehr ruhig

183

22

395–396

Alban Berg, Wozzeck, Act 3, scene 2

184

23

424

Kurt Weill, The Threepenny Opera, “Ballad of Mac the Knife”

185

23

416–419

Béla Bartók, Eight Hungarian Folksongs, “Fekete főd”

186

23

416–419

Béla Bartók, Concerto for Orchestra, first movement, Andante non troppo; Allegro vivace

187

23

423

Scott Joplin, “Maple Leaf Rag”

188

23

415–416

Paul Hindemith, Mathis der Maler, Scene 6, entrance 3

189

23

421

Sergei Prokofiev, Piano Sonata no. 7, third movement, Precipitato

190

23

420–421

Dmitri Shostakovich, Piano Concerto no. 1, first movement, Allegro moderato

191

22

396–397

Charles Ives, “Feldeinsamkeit”

192

22

396–397

Charles Ives, “Charlie Rutlage”

193

22

396–397

Charles Ives, The Unanswered Question

194

23

426

Ruth Crawford Seeger, String Quartet (1931), third movement, Andante

195

23

421

Aaron Copland, Piano Variations

196

23

421–422

Aaron Copland, Appalachian Spring (Suite 1945), Variations on a Shaker Hymn

197

23

422

Samuel Barber, Hermit Songs, “Sea–Snatch”

198

23

424

George Gershwin, “The Man I Love”

199

23

424

Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, Oklahoma!, “I Cain’t Say No!”

200

23

424

Leonard Bernstein, West Side Story, “Cool”

201

23

411

Benjamin Britten, War Requiem, Agnus Dei

202

24

433–434

Krzysztof Penderecki, Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima

203

24

431

Milton Babbitt, Composition for Piano no. 1

204

23

414

Igor Stravinsky, Agon, Bransle double

205

24

431–432

Pierre Boulez, Le Marteau sans maître, “L’Artisanat furieux”

206

24

439

John Cage, Music of Changes, Part I

207

24

431

Olivier Messiaen, “Mode de valeurs et d’intensités”

208

24

432–435, 443

Luciano Berio, Circles, “stinging”

209

24

433–434, 439

George Crumb, Ancient Voices of Children, “¿De donde vienes?”

210

24




Elliott Carter, String Quartet no. 2, Introduction and first movement (Allegro fantastic)

211

24

446

Steve Reich, Clapping Music

212

24

453

György Ligeti, Hungarian Rock

213

24

446

John Adams, Nixon in China, Act 1, scene 1, “News”

214

24

447

Joan Tower, Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman, no. 1

215

24

443

Arvo Pärt, Berlin Mass, Credo

216


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