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Title: 梅特納《故事曲》作品十四、二十六、四十八之分析及詮釋
An Analysis and Interpretation of Fairy Tales, Op.14, 26, 48 by Nikolai Karlovich Medtner
Authors: 陳曉雰
Chen, Hsiao-Fen
Lu, Yi-Chen
Keywords: 故事曲
Piano music
Issue Date: 2018
Abstract: 俄國作曲家梅特納,其一生創作以鋼琴作品為主,他重要貢獻之一為創立了鋼琴音樂體裁――「故事曲」。梅特納的生平發展可劃分成五個時期,故事曲即是梅特納創作的黃金時期所作,筆者在這三個時期中各挑選一套故事曲加以研究,分別是作品十四、二十六及四十八。 本篇第一章為緒論,第二章為作曲家生平、樂曲創作及故事曲的起源與應用;第三章至第五章則為三套故事曲的樂曲分析,並分節討論各套故事曲在詮釋上的不同特色,第六章為結論。 經本論文研究發現,梅特納故事曲融合了傳統與現代的音樂風格,傳統一面展現於調性處理及作曲技法之使用,例如故事曲皆以調性音樂為主,且作品中常見傳統的作曲技法;而現代的一面則展現於節奏上,節奏多有顛覆傳統的作法,常於弱拍加上重音,或不規則錯置重音的位置,上述都展現了梅特納在故事曲中的豐富樂思。 雖然梅特納對音樂有所貢獻,但作品並未得到應有的重視,相關的文獻並不多,筆者希望能透過本篇論文使更多人對梅特納及其故事曲作品有進一步的了解。
The Russian composer N. K. Medtner’s works mainly include piano music. One of his greatest contributions to the art of music is the creation of a new piano genre—“Skazki”. Medtner’s compositional career is divided into five periods, and his Skazki pieces were written in his golden age. In this thesis, one piece of Medtners’ Skazki music produced in each of the three periods is respectively selected for further analysis, namely Op. 14, Op. 26 and Op. 48. This thesis consists of six chapters. Chapter One is an introduction of the current study. The second chapter introduces the biography and works of the composer, followed by the origin as well as the application of Skazki. Chapter Three to Chapter Five present the analyses of the three Skazki pieces, and individually discuss the differences of interpretation among these works. The last chapter unfolds the conclusion of this study. Results of the current study reveal that Medtner’s Skazki works fuse traits of both traditional and modern music. The traditional traits are demonstrated in the tonality and composition techniques. For instance, the pieces of Medtner’s Skazki often conform to tonal music theory and adapt traditional composition techniques. The rhythm of Skazki music, however, resembles more to modern music rather than traditional one. Accents are more often put on weak beats or irregularly placed. These characteristics evidently display Medtner’s creative inspiration in Skazki music. In spite of Medtner’s contribution to the art of music, his works have received less attention than they do now, and research into his work is relatively scant. It is thus expected that this thesis could draw more people’s attention to Medtner and his Skazki works.
Other Identifiers: G060290028M
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