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Chamber Symphony in E-Flat-Major — In the Old Style

By Zachary Paul Buechner

Abstract

Chamber Symphony in E♭-Major – “In the Old Style” is a work that explores eighteenth century form and sixteenth century counterpoint through a twenty-first century lens. Cast in the traditional four movements, this piece works to create a single dramatic arc from beginning to end while also allowing each movement to work as a whole on its own. Everything accumulates to the final movement, a fugue and postlude built on Christus ist Erstanden, an Easter hymn by Friedrich Spee, a German Jesuit theologian instrumental in the success of the Catholic Counter-reformation. Advisor: Tyler Goodrich Whit

Topics: Music
Publisher: DigitalCommons@University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Year: 2020
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.unl.edu:musicstudent-1137

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