Beyond incantation: paths to the interpretation of André Jolivet's Sonata for flute and piano
AuthorJohnson, Naomi Frances
AffiliationMelbourne Conservatorium of Music
Melbourne Conservatorium of Music
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Document TypeMasters Research thesis
CitationJohnson, N. F. (2013). Beyond incantation: paths to the interpretation of André Jolivet's Sonata for flute and piano. Masters Research thesis, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, The University of Melbourne.
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© 2013 Naomi Frances Johnson
French composer André Jolivet (1905-1974) contributed several important works to the flute repertoire, constantly pushing the limits of the instrument’s technical and expressive capabilities yet maintaining a musical language distinct from that of French compositional trends in the mid-twentieth century. His two concertos and sonata written between 1949 and 1965 are seldom performed, with flautists preferring to engage with the programmatic pre-1945 works Cinq incantations pour flûte seule and Chant de Linos. This thesis adopts the methodology of practice-based research, and seeks to facilitate an informed and engaging performance of Jolivet’s 1958 work, the Sonata for flute and piano through contextual study and analysis.
KeywordsAndré Jolivet; practice-based research; performance; pitch-class set analysis; flute
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