In the six songs of Opus 23, for instance, the second (aquot;Rhapsodieaquot;) has a striking minor chord in the sixth bar. Its overall rhythmic plan a a very slow beginning, an abrupt shift to allegro, and ... an interesting raised note in the melody; the tune consists of all the notes of the C major scale except D, but instead of F, Weber gives an F sharp. ... Since this song can be accompanied by either guitar or piano , the accompaniment is simple and features strummed repeated chords; neverthelessanbsp;...
|Title||:||An introduction to the art song|
|Publisher||:||Crescendo - 1980-08-01|