Proud of writting for WKMT London Piano Studio my new series of analysis of the Sonata Op.33a of A. Schoenberg, Klavierstücke.
As a recent analysis I made for my Composition University Final Work, I decided to share it with all our composition students at WKMT and followers.
This analysis is divided into two parts. You can find the links below to both of them.
I make some references to such a helpful bibliography, which will help you out to fully understand the ideas taken out from the favulous construction of the sonata.
- J. Zamacois: "Course of musical forms"
- Charles Rosen: "Sonata Forms"
- Jan LaRue’s "Guidelines for Style Analysis"
I considere myself such a fan of Schoenberg, someone I read so much to and I learnt and still learning. I recommend it to all my students in order to develop a full understanding of the analysis of sonatas.
I would love you all to read and follow this Sonata Analysis series at the blog. Next month, I will share the second part with more examples and annexes.
Analysis of Klavierstücke Op. 33 a by A. Schoenberg – Part I
Analysis of Klavierstücke Op. 33 a by A. Schoenberg – Part II