Skarbek, M: Importance of tonality in Beethovens piano sonat
Every music composition contains music elements, which collaborating with each other, create one body. Some of them - as rhythm, pitch or dynamics - are easy to define, so to say - from the first view. There are elements though, which require deeper analysis and our perception of them is much more subjective. One of them - being very complex - is harmony. The tonal language of composers is being often neglected, but almost always tells us a lot about the background of the piece. Sometimes it might even face our imagination (often based on intuition, first impression) with completely opposite picture. Harmony is one of those elements, which actually influences all the others. Taking Beethovens Piano Sonatas as example - I want to show, how important is to develop our harmonic understanding and constantly deepen our knowledge about tonal language, which will bring us closer to the composer as performers. In addition to that - presenting some examples - I will try to illustrate, how influential the element of harmony in fact is.
Maciej Skarbek, BA: polish pianist graduated from piano classes of Zanna Parchomowska and Roland Batik. Presently masters student at the Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna in the class of Jura Margulis.Winner of numerous international piano and chamber music competitions and performer in world famous concert halls and festivals.
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