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Conference materials - Warsaw 2002

Conference materials - Warsaw 2002 Conference materials - Warsaw 2002

Chopin's Work. His Inspirations and Creative Process in the Light of the Sources
Publisher: The Fryderyk Chopin Institute
ISBN: 83-917410-1-X
Price: 6 EUR
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Chopin’s Work. His Inspirations and Creative Process in the Light of the Sources (Warsaw, 2002) is the second in a series of publications devoted to the presentation and dissemination of the results of research carried out by the most distinguished musicologists in the world. It contains extended texts of articles from the second Chopinological conference organised by the Institute, which took place in December 2002. The texts are in English and French.

Contents:

I Inspirations and Contexts

  1. Jan Stęszewski, Fryderyk Chopin and the Context of his Creative Process

  2. Jean-Jacques Eigeldinger, Deux timbres populaires polonais harmonisés par Chopin. Répercussions chez Liszt et au-delà

  3. Mieczysław Tomaszewski, Chopin’s Inspiration from Polish ‘Common Song'

II Sources and Source Editions

  1. Zofia Chechlińska, Types and Categories of Textual Differences in Chopin Sources

  2. John Rink, Chopin Copying Chopin

  3. Paweł Kamiński, Between the Work and the Source. The Theoretical and Practical Aspects of the Editing of the Urtext

  4. Christophe Grabowski, Les premières éditions anglaises des oeuvres de Frédéric Chopin. Une mise à jour documentaire

III Questionable Issues, Unfinished and Abandoned Works

  1. Jan Ekier, The Reconstruction of the Works of Chopin

  2. Jeffrey Kallberg, Chopin and the Fragment

  3. Maciej Gołąb, On the Fragments of Music by Fryderyk Chopin from the Last Sheet of the Autograph of the 'Trio in G-minor' Op. 8

  4. Wojciech Nowik, In Search of Chopin’s Version of the Song 'Moja pieszczotka' [My Little Fondling]

  5. Jim Samson, Chopin’s Violin Sonata


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