Analytical Musicology & the Piano:
Papers of Nigel Nettheim and Others
This site is concerned with music (mainly classical, mainly piano) and musicology (mainly analytical).
A few other areas are touched upon too.
|Quick definitions: Musicology is the academic study of music. Its three main branches (somewhat overlapping) are: historical musicology, ethnomusicology and analytical musicology. The latter is concerned with relations among the notes of musical scores and, where possible, the significance of those relations.|
CONTACT me by email to: (my last name) (>>>) bigpond (___) net (___) au, after making the obvious substitutions.
Here is a list of my publications. Some (as indicated) may be read on-line; more are being processed for this purpose.
Here is some material by and about the famous pianist Vladimir de Pachmann (1848-1933).
Here is some material by and about the famous pianist Vladimir Horowitz (1904-1989).
Here is some material about the interesting pianist Maryla Jonas (1911-1959).
Here is some material by and about the minor but sensitive pianist Moissaye Boguslawski (1887?-1944).
Here is some material about the Canadian soprano and her vocal coach Lois Marshall and Weldon Kilburn (1924-1997 and 1906-1986).
Here are a few photos.
Here is a chess game.
Here are a few recommended links.
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