Publication Date

2017-05-09

Availability

Embargoed

Embargo Period

2019-05-09

Degree Type

Doctoral Essay

Degree Name

Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA)

Department

Instrumental Performance (Music)

Date of Defense

2017-04-06

First Committee Member

Trudy Kane

Second Committee Member

Thomas Sleeper

Third Committee Member

Timothy Conner

Fourth Committee Member

Dorothy Hindman

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to create a musical arrangement of a monophonic accompaniment for the Flute Concerto in G Major, QV 5:174 by Johann Joachim Quantz. The first three chapters state the justification of the project, provide a brief biography of the composer, and present a detailed methodology of the project. Chapter four presents several considerations for the arrangement process. These include a basic analysis of the form, definitions of relative accompaniment gestures from the concerto, and accessibility for the accompanying performer. This chapter also illustrates and describes the arrangement process by smaller sections. This arrangement is designed to accompany the student in the private lesson setting as well as in a performance setting. The final result of this project is a complete arrangement to be used in a pedagogical setting.

Keywords

Quantz; Flute; Accompaniment; Monophonic Accompaniment; Flute Accompaniment; Pedagogy

Available for download on Thursday, May 09, 2019

Share

COinS