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Contents Acknowledgments [PART TITLE]Introduction 1. Quintessential Brahms and the Paradox of the C-Minor Piano Quartet: A Representative yet Exceptional Work [PART TITLE]Part I 2. Analytical Preliminaries: Brahms's Sonata Forms and the Idea of Dimensional Counterpoint 3. A Schoenbergian Perspective: Compositional Economy, Developing Recapitulation, and Large-Scale Form 4. Brahms and Schenker: A Mutual Response to Sonata Form 5. Brahms's Expository Strategies: Two-Part Second Groups, Three-Key Expositions, and Modal Shifts [PART TITLE]Part II 6. Toward an Expressive Interpretation: Correlations for Suicidal Despair 7. Intertextual Resonances: Tragic Expression, Dimensional Counterpoint, and the Great C- Minor Tradition Notes Bibliography Index
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Brahms, Johannes, 1833-1897. Quartets, piano, strings, no. 3, op. 60, C minor.
Brahms, Johannes, 1833-1897 -- Criticism and interpretation.