Prolongation of Seventh Chords in Tonal Music, by Yosef Goldenberg
... octave; inversions of V7; and enharmonic parentheses (“EP”), which normally exploit
enharmonic equivalence with the German augmented-sixth chord (a topic more fully
explored in chapter 10).
The subject of large-scale formal prolongations of V7 brings up Schenker’s own
most famous examples, from Free ...
... Elements of Tonal Evolution in the Music of Franz Liszt," Music Theory Spectrum 8
the schenkerian analysis in the modern context of the
... only potentially old-fashioned (because of its origins
in nineteenth-century organicism) but also
orientated towards the concerns of composers rather
than performers. Finally, it focused on those aspects
MU2201 : Analysing Western Art Music
... Heinrich Schenker : Der freie
In the following examples, taken from his
first chapter dealing with the middleground,
Schenker systematically shows the various
possibilities for elaborating each of these
three patterns at the first middleground
level (i.e. the level closest to the
Heinrich Schenker (June 19, 1868 – January 14, 1935) was a composer, pianist, music critic, music teacher, and music theorist, best known for his approach to musical analysis, now usually called Schenkerian analysis.