[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Beethoven's Streichquartette (Meisterführer Nr. 12; Ber- lin [1910]), pp. 95-96.
95
Beethoven's Streichquartette
1910
2
Joseph Kerman, The Beethoven Quartets (New York, 1967), pp. 175-80.
Kerman
175
The Beethoven Quartets
1967
3
Theodor Helm, Musikalisches Wochenblatt 6 (1875), 380
Helm
38
6
Musikalisches Wochenblatt
1875
Beethoven's Streichquartette (2nd edn. Leipzig, 1910), p. 1582
15
Beethoven's Streichquartette
1910
Joseph de Marliave, Beethoven's Quartets, trans. Hilda Andrews (Lon- don, 1928), which is largely translated from Helm (and still in print): "The principal melody, intimate and tender, ... rises to a moment of exaltation and dies away.... This concluding passage carries the same serene inspiration that stamps the works of the last period" (p. 186)
de Marliave
The principal melody, intimate and tender, ... rises to a moment of exaltation and dies away.... This concluding passage carries the same serene inspiration that stamps the works of the last period
186
Beethoven's Quartets
1928
4
Beethoven Quartets, p. 179
17
Beethoven Quartets
5
Robert Simpson, "The Cham- ber Music for Strings," in The Beethoven Reader, ed. Denis Arnold and Nigel Fortune (New York, 1971), pp. 263-64
Simpson
The Chamber Music for Strings
263
The Beethoven Reader
1971
6
William Kinderman, "Integration and Narrative Design in Beethoven's Piano Sonata in A6 Major, Opus 110," in Beethoven Forum, ed. Christopher Reynolds, vol. 1 (Lin- coln, Neb., 1992), pp. 129-30 et passim.
Kinderman
Integration and Narrative Design in Beethoven's Piano Sonata in Al Major, Opus 110
129
1
Beethoven Forum
1992
7
op. 95
Landsberg 11
Gustav Nottebohm, Zweite Beethoveniana (Leipzig, 1887), p. 286
Nottebohm
286
Zweite Beethoveniana
1887
Seow-Chin Ong, "Sketches for the Scherzo of Beethoven's 'Archduke' Trio," paper read at the annual meeting of the American Musicological Soci- ety, Montreal, 1993
Ong
Sketches for the Scherzo of Beethoven's Archduke Trio
annual meeting of the American Musicological Society, Montreal, 1993
1993
8
op. 131
9
Daniel Gregory Mason, The Quartets of Beethoven (New York, 1947), pp. 151-52.
Mason
151
The Quartets of Beethoven
1947
10
Lawrence Kramer, Music as Cultural Practice, 1800-1900 (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1990)
Kramer
Music as Cultural Practice, 1800-1900
1990
chaps. 1 and 2, esp. pp. 23 and 49-71
11
ibid., p. 24
12
Ibid., p. 29.
13
Riemann, Beethoven's Streichquartette, p. 95
Riemann
95
Beethoven's Streichquartette
Mason, The Quartets of Beethoven, p. 149
Mason
149
The Quartets of Beethoven
Erwin Ratz, Einfführung in die musikalische Formenlehre (2nd edn. Vienna, 1968), pp. 184-87
Ratz
2
184
Einffihrung in die musikalische Formenlehre
1968
Kurt von Fischer, "'Never to be Performed in Public': On Beethoven's String Quartet Op. 95
Fischer
95
Never to be Performed in Public: On Beethoven's String Quartet
Essays in Musicology (New York, 1989), p. 96
96
Essays in Musicology
1989
Patricia Carpenter, "Musical Form and Musical Idea: Reflections on a Theme of Schoenberg, Hanslick, and Kant," in Music and Civili- zation: Essays in Honor of Paul Henry Lang, ed. Edmond Strainchamps and Maria Rika Maniates (New York, 1984), p. 424
Carpenter
Musical Form and Musical Idea: Reflections on a Theme of Schoenberg, Hanslick, and Kant
424
Music and Civilization: Essays in Honor of Paul Henry Lang
1984
14
Janet M. Levy, "'Something Mechanical Encrusted on the Living': A Source of Musical Wit and Humor," in Convention in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Mu- sic: Essays in Honor of Leonard G. Ratner, ed. Wye J. Allanbrook et al. (Stuyvesant, N.Y., 1992), pp. 225-56
Levy
Something Mechanical Encrusted on the Living': A Source of Musical Wit and Humor
225
Convention in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Music: Essays in Honor of Leonard G. Ratner
1992
15
"Musical Form," p. 424
424
Musical Form
16
Kramer's es- say "The Musicology of the Future," repercussions 1 (1992), 5-18
Kramer
5
1
repercussions
1992
Gary Tomlinson, "Musical Pasts and Postmodern Musicologies: A Response to Lawrence Kramer"
Tomlinson
Musical Pasts and Postmodern Musicologies: A Response to Lawrence Kramer
Kramer, "Music Criticism and the Postmodernist Turn: In Con- trary Motion with Gary Tomlinson"
Kramer
Music Criticism and the Postmodernist Turn
Contrary Motion with Gary Tomlinson
"Gary Tomlinson Responds," Current Musicology 53 (1994), 18-24, 25-35, and 36-40
Tomlinson
18
53
Current Musicology
1994
17
Tomlinson, "Tomlinson Responds," p. 38
Tomlinson
38
Tomlinson Responds
18
Kerman, "Representing a Relationship: Notes on a Beethoven Concerto," Representations 39 (1992), 80-101.10.2307/2928596
80
19
Tomlinson, "Musical Pasts," p. 24.
Tomlinson
24
Musical Pasts
20
Ibid.
21
Kramer, "Music Criticism," p. 28.
Kramer
28
Music Criticism
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