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Slovenská hudba, Vol. 37, No 2, p.153-171

Title: Sonátová forma v klavírnom diele Fryderyka Chopina
Author: Ján Molčan

Abstract: The contribution focuses on the issue of the application of sonata form in piano works from the beginning of the 19th century. The evolution of music mind offers immense and infinite number of possibilities to composers of how to grasp, use, modify or fully transform sonata form, which has appeared to be an outdated form unable to absorb up-to-date content and new subjects. Imagination and fantasy led Fryderyk Chopin, the protagonist of the study, to unique and original results. While in his piano sonatas Chopin preserves a classical sonata form, the form of his ballads and Fantasia in F Minor, Op. 49, represents a genuinely revolutional achievement in itself. In these works he created a certain model of sonata in one movement and this subsequently influenced the creation of other composers; even Aleksandr Skryabin drew his inspiration from it. The submitted study offers some detailed form analyses of those Chopin’s pieces in which some traces of sonata form can be spotted.

Year: 2011, Volume: 37, Issue: 2 Page From: 153, Page To: 171

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