By Heinrich Schenker
This can be the second one quantity of a two-volume translation of Heinrich Schenker's Der Tonwille (1921-24). one of the most popular tune theorists of the 20th century, Schenker's tools of research stay some of the most vital instruments of musicology.
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Additional info for Der Tonwille: Pamphlets in Witness of the Immutable Laws of Music Volume II
No. ) The technique of reaching over, described earlier, can be conveyed in performance, and it is even easy for the conductor to achieve. He should introduce the horn even before the fermata in bar has finished. If, further, he introduces in bar the reaching-over g2 as if it were a long-expected note, perceived in advance, and verily concentrates on this note alone until bar , finally letting the tension reach its climax in the ff in bars ff, then he will have conveyed the reaching-over design of ˆ –ˆ as the composer understood it.
The conductor should concentrate first on bars –, where the composer himself underscores the ˆ that has been reached by repeating it twice. Then from bar onward, in following the undivided Urlinie segment ˆ ˆ ˆ , he should proceed with a single impetus to the end, taking care, however, not to play the motive of the new group of bars as if it were a new idea, or to make a climax there by means of an overly powerful entry. Finally, the fifth-progression, bars ff, will crown the whole.
Then he could not possibly have repudiated later the signs that held good for it. In a word: the person behind the first edition was someone other than Schubert. The question as to who carried out the changes in the first edition I must leave to others to decide. My guess is that one of his friends, most likely that perpetual know-all Diabelli, his publisher, simply foisted them on him. We know for a fact that Schubert was always being given such pieces of advice, and that, in his straitened circumstances, and at the beginning of his career perhaps also out of shyness and lack of self-confidence, he believed himself obliged to endure them.
Der Tonwille: Pamphlets in Witness of the Immutable Laws of Music Volume II by Heinrich Schenker