Aleksandr Nikolayeviç Skriabin Op. 8 ve Op. 42 Etütler Üzerine Doku Analizi
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Through texture analysis which makes it easier to understand learning by shaping the abstract structure of music into the concrete has more beneficial achievements. In this study, texture analysis methods of piano works explained with etudes of Alexander Nikolayevich Scriabin which guided nineteenth-century piano music. At first, given information about the etude form, op. 8 and op. 42 etudes which are chosen from three etude albums of Scriabin has reviewed. Concert etudes written by Scriabin which have high-level piano playing techniques have more complex textures in comparison with other etude types. These etudes which constitute roots of piano education with their artistic and musical values made the study more colorful and flexible by hosting lots of textures inside. As study continuous, distinguishing methods of melody and accompaniment presentations of chosen etudes have been revealed, by these presentation examples, density and range measurements have been made. These measurements make the composer’s melody and accompaniment presentations concrete provides numerical datasets for analyzing the texture of works.
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