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Silvermoon
02-13-2001, 01:17 AM
I know this is awful of me, but I'm having a bit of trouble with my essay. It's on how Beethoven stretches the concept of order and coherence, with reference to his three periods. If anyone has any gems that will set me on the right track which they are willing to share I'd be very grateful.
Thankyou.

Peter
02-13-2001, 07:18 PM
It sounds like you're taking a doctorate of music ! It really is a very complex question - I have performing and teaching diplomas, but I have to admit I'd have to do an awful lot of research to answer a question like that - Sorry to be so useless, but good luck anyway ! Hopefully someone else here has a bit more inspiration ! You could try reading Donald Francis Tovey's 'Beethoven' (Oxford University Press 1944)

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'Man know thyself'

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PDG
02-21-2001, 10:15 PM
Originally posted by Silvermoon:
I know this is awful of me, but I'm having a bit of trouble with my essay. It's on how Beethoven stretches the concept of order and coherence, with reference to his three periods. If anyone has any gems that will set me on the right track which they are willing to share I'd be very grateful.
Thankyou.

By the light of the.............

Your question is a doozy, & I`m still waiting for someone to explain to me what that word means. BTW, I`m stumped re an answer. Sorry!

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Peter (PDG)