A comparative analysis of Frank Martin’s Ballade for flute and Ballade for trombone.
|dc.contributor.advisor||Lai, Eric C.|
|dc.creator||Brandt, Emily, 1990-|
|dc.description.abstract||Swiss composer Frank Martin (1890-1974) wrote six single-movement pieces for six different solo instruments and accompaniment between 1938 and 1972, all titled Ballade. The Ballade for trombone (1940) and the Ballade for flute (1939) are the two shortest of the six, and they share much in common formally, harmonically, and motivically. Martin portrays the soloist as a storyteller in these compositions, and uses several compositional techniques throughout both works to accomplish this. This study compares these two pieces and provides insight into the connections that Martin draws between them.|
|dc.title||A comparative analysis of Frank Martin’s Ballade for flute and Ballade for trombone.|
|thesis.degree.department||Baylor University. School of Music.|