L. Beethoven’s Piano Sonatas: Goldenweiser’s Principles of Editing

Ходоровський, Володимир Ісаакович (2016) L. Beethoven’s Piano Sonatas: Goldenweiser’s Principles of Editing Музичне мистецтво в освітологічному дискурсі : науковий журнал (1). pp. 62-66.

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Abstract

The article deals with O. Goldenweiser’s main principles of editing L. Beethoven’s piano sonatas; substantiates the views of outstanding pianist and teacher on German classical composer’s piano heritage; analyzes peculiarities of performing fingerings in L. Beethoven’s sonatas; presents the principles of pedaliaceae proposed by O. Goldenweiser. The aim of the article is to reveal the basic principles of editing L. Beethoven’s piano sonatas by O. Goldenweiser. The goals of the article are: to analyse the types of L. Beethoven’s piano sonatas editions of the piano sonatas; to characterise peculiarities of performing fingerings in L. Beethoven’s sonatas; pres­ ents the principles of pedaliaceae proposed by O. Goldenweiser. In this article, the author gets acquaintnce with the characteristics’ creativity of L. Beethoven in his sonatas. It is examined differences in existent edito­ rial versions of L. Beethoven’s piano sonatas as well. Generally, all of the Beethoven sonatas’ editions can be divided into three types: editions, that are close to the original, which deliberately limited to the minimum, specially conditioned additions (E. d’Alber); instructional and pedagogical edition, aimed at teachers and students to clarify specific work performance (Karl Czerny, G. Hermer, H. Bülow); artistic editions created by outstanding interpreters, who in creative search identified and presented the results of their own artistic practice. O. Goldenweiser offers a variety of techniques to pedaliaceae, which are the main rules for performers. Summing up, the author emphasizes that the above pedagogical postulates proposed by O. Goldenweiser, which are characterized by clarity, simplicity, concreteness guidance, will enable future pianists­ performers correctly interpret the works of classical composer and to understand the views of the eminent pianist and pedagogue O. Goldenweiser. Further researches can address issues of life and creative path of O. Goldenweiser, representatives created piano school.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: principles of editing; grand piano sonatas; types of editions; peculiarities of performing fingerings; principles of pedaliaceae
Subjects: Articles in journals > Збірники наукових праць
Divisions: Institutes > Institute of Arts > Chair of Instrumental and Performance Skills
Depositing User: Олег Перепека
Date Deposited: 12 Dec 2016 11:28
Last Modified: 30 Jan 2017 13:46
URI: http://elibrary.kubg.edu.ua/id/eprint/18197

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