Beethoven Op.30, No.2: Tarihsel Ve Teorik Zeminde Bir Performans Analizi Örneği Umut Can Ergörün Yüksek Lisans Tezi Ankara,
Ergörün, Umut Can
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Music performance analysis is a discipline which examines live or recorded music. Interpretation differences on the same work involve a series of details which cannot be explained verbally . This caused interpretation to not be theorised sufficiently before 19th century . However this situation has changed in 19th century due to the recording of the sound. The musical effect that designed by the composer, or theorist was no longer based on just estimation. Presentation of reliable auditory recordings have been a milestone for performance analysis. Thus, it was possible to examine a musical performance in the light of the theoretical corpus of the performance analysis of musicologists and theorists, especially the post-20th century works, with notes of how composers should perform their own works. This study examines how interpreters meet the composer’s expectations on notes/text through a section of Beethoven’s Sonata for Piano and Violin op. 30 no.2, first movement.