DATOS TESIS DOCTORAL
- TITLE: MARCEL MIHALOVICI: A critical evaluation of his solo and chamber works for clarinet, a lecture recital by
- AUTHOR: Garry Windel Evans
- UNIVERSITY: University of North of Texas
- LANGUAGE: Inglés
- DATE: Diciembre 2006
- DOCTORAL PROGRAMME: Doctoral of Musical Arts
- HEAD TEACHER:
- JURY: James Gillespie (Major Professor), Deanna Bush (Minor Professor), John Scott (Committee Member), Graham Phipps (Director of Graduate Studies), James C. Scott (Dean of College of Music),
Sandra L. Terrell (Dean of the Robert B. Toulouse).
- PLACE: Texas (USA)
Evans, Garry Windel, Marcel Mihalovici: A Critical Evaluation of His Solo and Chamber Works for Clarinet, A Lecture Recital, Together with Three Recitals of Selected Works by Bozza, Uhl, Martino, Sowerby, Kalliwoda, Bax, and Others. Doctor of Musical Arts (Performance), December 2006, 64 pp., 25 titles.
The clarinet works of Marcel Mihalovici (1898-1985) represent significant contributions to the twentieth-century clarinet repertoire. Metric and rhythmic variability, melodic primacy, counterpoint, structural clarity, and elements of Romanian folk music permeate his writing and reflect a highly developed musical language. Mihalovici’s educational background and cultural heritage provide important clues toward understanding his artistic legacy. His clarinet works are musically demanding and contain some of the most technically challenging passages in the repertoire, while at the same time, exhibit a distinctively French style influenced by traditional Romanian music. Mihalovici’s writing follows familiar but variable formal procedures and conveys a diverse, modally influenced approach to tonality. While his harmonic language is frequently dissonant, his clarinet music offers a unique variety of musically rewarding styles.
Mihalovici’s Compositional Style
3. TRADITIONAL ROMANIAN MUSIC
4. THE CHAMBER AND SOLO WORKS FOR CLARINET BY MARCEL MIHALOVICI
The Extant Chamber Works with Clarinet
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