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Title: 包文《F 小調奏鳴曲,作品七十二》 之樂曲分析與詮釋報告
An Analysis and Interpretation of York Bowen’s Sonata in F Minor, Op. 72
Authors: 陳曉雰
Chen, Hsiao-Fen
徐佳郁
Hsu, Chia-Yu
Keywords: 約克.包文
鋼琴奏鳴曲
York Bowen
piano sonata
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: 英國作曲家約克.包文(York Bowen, 1884-1961)一生致力於鋼琴演奏、創作及教 學,在音樂風格多元的二十世紀,包文以後期浪漫之創作風格留下大量作品。 包文所作約百首之鋼琴獨奏曲涵蓋多樣曲種,如:奏鳴曲、前奏曲、即興曲、練習 曲、敘事曲、幽默曲、無言歌等。本論文所研究之第五號《F 小調奏鳴曲,作品 72》(Sonata in F Minor, Op. 72)為包文最著名的鋼琴作品之一,亦是其六首鋼琴奏鳴曲中規模最大 且結構完整之作,然文獻尚屬缺乏,值得探究。 本論文逐章探討約克.包文的生平與創作特色,及《F 小調奏鳴曲,作品 72》三樂 章之樂曲分析與演奏詮釋,了解包文藉由傳統的奏鳴曲架構,融合英國、俄國、法國之 音樂特色所呈現之創作手法。
York Bowen (1884-1961), an English composer, dedicated his whole life to piano performance, composition, and pedagogy. With his post-romantic idioms, Bowen left to the world a large number of works, amid a wide variety of music styles in the twentieth century. Bowen’s one hundred approximately piano solo pieces cover several genres, such as sonatas, preludes, impromptus, etudes, ballades, humoresques, songs without words, and so on. In this thesis, the author focuses on Bowen’s Sonata in F Minor, Op. 72, which is one of his most famous piano works. Of Bowen’s six sonatas, this one is the largest in scale and the most complete in form. However, there is a paucity of research into this work. The chapters in this thesis elaborate on Bowen’s life, characteristics in composition, the analysis and interpretation of the three movements in Sonata in F Minor, Op. 72. Through this work, Bowen’s compositional skills, which fuse traits of English, Russian, and French music, are identified and discussed.
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