Posts tagged ‘mozart’
Ryan Raul Bañagale spends part of Martin Luther King Day thinking about the work of August Wilson, fictionalized music history, its musicological potential.
Kate van Orden, the Journal of the American Musicological Society, and the asterisk.
While playing with Mozart’s piano trio fragments, Ryan Raul Bañagale, struck upon a “new” Mozart piano trio…
Ryan Raul Bañagale was chatting with a friend from school about topical analysis yesterday and that reminded him of an large-scale analysis he once did on the “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star” variations (K 265) – arguably the most famous of Mozart’s independent variation sets for the piano. Here it is, amusicology style (aka brief and to the point):