Title

"Sinfonietta For Rosetta"

Date of Award

1997

Availability

Article

Degree Name

Doctor of Musical Arts (D.M.A.)

First Committee Member

Dennis Kam, Committee Chair

Abstract

Sinfonietta For Rosetta is a work for small orchestra in four movements. The main theme is derived from an unfinished operetta entitled Wilbur and Rosetta.An important concern of this piece is the establishment of form through a seamless, contiguous, and coextensive use of elements derived from modes and from a pitch-series. Integration of series and modal material is achieved through treatments of harmony, melody, and voice-leading. In addition to providing variety, orchestration enhances a blithe character, shifts in chromaticism, and variations in texture.

Keywords

Music

Link to Full Text

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