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30, 46; in C. P. E. Bach's, 30, 44-
7; in Haendel's Suites, 46;
Haydn's Sonata-forms, 51-2,
82; Mozart's, 57, 58, 82, Bee-
thoven's, 82, 86, 87.

Franck, M., 215.

Frederick the Great, 16, 38, 39.

French Composers, 214.

Frescobaldi, 218.

Froberger, S., 13, 215-17.

Fugue, 10, II, 16, 39.

Gabrieli, Andrea, 212.

, Giovanni, 212.

Gade, N. W., 222.

Gaensbacher, friend of Weber,
104-5.

Gelinek, 217.

Gibbons, Orlando, 214.

Gladkowska, Constantia, relations
to Chopin, 139, 149.

Glissando, octaves, in W^eber's
Concertstueck, 194.

Goldschmidt, O., 223.

Gottschalk, L. M., 228-29.

Gradus ad Parnassum, dementi's,
192-4.

Grieg, E., 230.

Gumpeltzhaimer, A., 215

Haberbier, E. 222.



INDEX.



243



Haendel, G. F., life. and works,
19-24; monophonic tendencies,
2g, 30, 43, 44; form of the Suites,
46; his technic, 1.85.

Halle, Chas., 222, 22S,

Harmony, 7.

Harpsichord, the, 2-4; its technic,
1 8 1-4.

Hasler, H. L., 215.

Haydn, F. J., biography, 47-52;
compared with Mozart, 57; con-
nection with Beethoven, 76, 77;
compositions, 50-52, 82-5; his
technic, 188.

Heller, Stephen, 222.

Henselt, Adolph, 121-3.

Henschkel, J. P., 103.

Hiller, F., 222.

Hoffmann, R., 223.

Hummel, J. N., 218.

Huenten, 218.

Ideals in music, 62, 237.

Ideas in music, 61.

Images, how expressed, 54, 60.

Imitation, strict, 9, 10; free, ii,
12.

Intellect, defined, 63.

Intellectual appreciation of music,
61, 67, 231.

" Invitation to Dance," 112, 122.

Italian music, 231.

" opera, Haendel's, 21-3.

Jadassohn, S., 223.

Jensen, A., 229, 230.

Joseffy, R., 233-4.

Kalkbrenner, F., 144-5, 218.

Kerl, J. K., 215.

King, F. H., 233.

Kirchner, T., 223.

Klengel, A. A., 218.

Koehler, L., 222.

Krebs, Marie, 232.

Kreisleriana, 170.

Kuhnau, J., 217.

KuUak. T., 222.



Lassus, Orlandus, g.

Leschetizky, T., 223.

Liszt, sketch of, 199-205; works,
201-204; technic, 202, 204-5.

Liszt, Cosima, 226-7.

Litolff, H., 222.

Loeschorn, A., 222.

Ludwig, Duke of Stuttgart, 106.

Lysberg, C, 223.

Manzoni Requiem, by Verdi, 231.

Marchand, L., 212.

Martini, Padre, 54.

Mason, Wm., 208.

jNIathews, W. S. B., 71, 208.

Mazurkas, Chopin's, 153-4.

Mehlig, Anna, 232.

Melody, defined, 7; form of, 31.

Mendelssohn, life of, 125-130;
works, 126-131, 134; his technic,
197.

Menter, Sophie, 232.

Mental Activity, 63.

Monophonic Music, 78, 29, 31, 39-
40.

Moods, simple emotions, 65.

Morzin, Count, 48-9.

Moscheles, J., 218-19.

Moszkowski, 229, 230.

Motives, 33.

Mozart, life of, 52-57; as a com-
poser, 57-8; compared with Bee-
thoven, 74-5, 82; content of his
music, 83-5; his technic, 198-
190.

Muffat, G., 215.

Music, suggests scenes, 60, 163,
165-6, 229; relation to emotion,
69.

" Oberon," by Weber, 109-110.

Operas, 21-3; 56, 92, 109, no,
212, 231.

Oratorios, 16, 22, 23, 50, 130.

Organ music for harpsichord, 181,
211; fugues of Bach, 16, 39.

Ornaments, necessity of, 182.



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INDEX.



Pachelbel, J., 215.

Padovano, A., 212.

Paganini, 201-2.

Palestrina, 9.

Papillons, Schumann, 163, 165-6.

Partitas of Bach, 46.

Passion Music, Bach's, 16, 17,

24 ; revival by Mendelssohn,

127.
Pasquini, B., 214.
Pauer, E. 223.
Pedal, use of, 194.
Periods, defined, 32.
Period groups, 33.
"Perpetual Motion," Weber, 112.
Pfeiffer, Beethoven's teacher,

73.
"Phaeton," by St. Saens, 229,
Phrases, defined, 32.
"Philistines," 170-1, 218.
Pianoforte, construction, 3; tech-

nic, 218; powers, 237-38.
Pleyel, 217.

Polonaises, Chopin's, 153-5.
Polyphonic Music, 7-13.
Preludes, Chopin's, 152.
Programme Music, St. Saens, 229;

Berlioz, 201.
Prueckner, D., 223.
Purcell, Henry, 212.
Quartets, form of, 31.
Quintets, form of, 31.
Raff, Joachim, 223-4.
Rameau, J. P., 214.
Reinecke, C, 223.
Rhapsodies, Liszt's Hungarian,

201.
Rheinberger, J., 229, 230.
Rhythms, of Schumann, 198-9.
Ricercari, 211.
Ries, Franz, Beethoven's violin

teacher, 78.
Rigoletto, Liszt's, 202-3.
Riv^King, Mme. Julia, 223.
Ritter's History of Music, 211.



Romantic, ideal defined, 96, 99-
loi; characteristics of Chopin,
136-37, 139-41, 152-56; of Men-
delssohn, 126-28, 131-4; of
Schumann, 159, 162, 165-70,
175-8; of Schubert, 116-19, 122;
of Mozart, 118; of Bach, 19; of
Weber, 109-12, 122; of Liszt,
200-1; tendencies, 235-6.

Rondo in E flat, op. 62, Weber, 112.

Rore Cipriano di, 212.

Rubinstein, N,, 223.

Rubinstein, Anton, 224-25.

Rummel, Franz, 223.

Sand, George, Mme., 150-1.

Scarlatti, A., 24.

Scarlatti, Domenico, 24, 25, 30,41-
44; his technic, 187.

Scharwenka, P., 229, 230.
X., 229, 230.

Scheldt, S., 215.

Scherzos, Chopin's, 153-4.

Schiller, Madeline, 232.

Schubert, Franz, life, 112-14;
works, 1 13-19.

Schumann, life, 156-174; music,
163-6, 168-9, 172; compared
with Mendelssohn and Chopin,
175-8; his technic, 198-9; increas-
ing influence, 235.

Seasons, the, Haydn's, 50.

Sections, 32.

Sensibility, defined, 63.

Sgambati, 230-2, 199.

Sherwood, W. H., 234.

Simple Emotions, 64-5.

Sonatas, Bach's, 30, 46; C. P. E.
Bach's, 41-8; Scarlatti's, 30, 41-
4; Haydn's, 51-2, 82; Mozart's,
57-8, 82; Beethoven's, 82-8;
Kuhnau's, 217; of the i6th cen-
tury, 212.

Sonata-Form, 31, 35.

Speidel, Wm., 223.

Spinet, 4.



INDEX



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Spindler, F., 222.

Steibelt, D., 218, 89-90.

Sternberg, C, 233.

Sterkel, 217.

Stretto, in a fugue, 11.

" St. Paul," Mendelssohn's, 130.

St. Saens, C, 229, 230.

Stuttgart, in Weber's time, 106.

Subjects, 35, 42-3.

Suites, 12, 45-6.

Symphony, form of, 31; Beetho-
ven's "Eroica," 86, 92, Ninth,
86, 93; Schubert's, in C, 115;
unfinished, in B, 115; Tragic,
114; Rubinstein's "Ocean," 225;
Brahms', 229; Sgambati's, 231;
Mendelssohn's 128-9

Symmetry, 32.

Tallis, Thomas, 214.

Taubert, W., 222.

Tausig, Carl, 207.

Technic, of the first classical peri-
od, 181-7; J. S. Bach's, 184-5;
Haendel's, 185; Scarlatti's, 187;
of the second classical period,
188-192; Mozart's, 188-90; de-
menti's, 191-4; of the transition
period, 193; Beethoven, 193:
Schubert and Weber, 194; of the
Romanticists, 194-6, Mendels-
sohn's, 197 ; Chopin's, 197 ;
Schumann's, 198-9; Liszt's, 201-
2; minor, 205-8.
Thalberg, S., 194.



Toccatas, 212.

Transitions, 35.

Trio or Alternative (Form), 34.

Tschaikowsky, P., 229, 230.

Two - finger exercise, Mason's,

208.
Unity, 32-4.
Van den Eeden, 73.
Variety, 32.
Verdi, 231.

Vincentino, Nicolo, 212.
Virginals, 4.
Virtuoso vs. Artist, 181.
Vogler, Abbe, 104, 217.
Volkmann, R., 222.
Von Breuning family, 74.
Wagner, 226, 227, 235.
Waldstein, Count, 74.
"Wanderer," by Schubert, 114.
Wanhal, 217.
Weber, Carl Maria; life, 102-9; his

compositions, 107-12, 122.
Weitzman, C. F., 222.
Werkmeister,A., 215.
Wieck, Fr., 162-4, 170-1, 226.
Wieck, Clara, 162-3, 169-70, 173.
Will, 63.

Willaert, A., 2ii.
Woelfl, 89-90, 218.
Wollenhaupt, H. A., 223.
Wrist Action, 206-7.
Zachau, 215.
Zambona, 72.
Zarlino, C,, 212.



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