By Carl Sandburg

ISBN-10: 0544784014

ISBN-13: 9780544784017

Born in 1878, Carl Sandburg grew with the USA. As a boy he performed, studied, and matured in Galesburg, Illinois. Sandburg's memory supplies a nostalgic view of small-town lifestyles and a useful viewpoint on American background. Index.

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Le troubadour Raimon de Miraval," 1:52-53. 3 18 Raimon de Miraval cases, the most important structural tones are re, fa, la, secondarily do or do',6 and these tones are established from the outset. "8 The motif do-re-fa, a familiar intonation or initial figure of the second mode, is present in almost all of these songs; in two of them, Bel m'es and Chans quan, the motif becomes a structural device of considerable importance. Typically, the first line of a melody does not end on re but on fa, with the exception of Bel m'es (the only song with plagal range).

For the most part, recurring material is taken from the first phrase so that a new part is simultaneously set in relation and contrast to the beginning of the song. Repetition at cadence points is usually though not always a function of repetition of entire phrases. Exact repetition creates musical rhyme, a point to which I shall return in Chapter 6. A striking example of repeated cadential units not joined to the reiteration of entire phrases is found in Contr'amor. The first part of this song contains the unit c twice and the unit b once at cadence points; in the second part, the reverse is true.

100-34. Ultimately, however, my techniques differ substantially from his. -J. Nattiez, Fondements d'une semiologie de la musique (Paris, 1975), pp. 239-78. 24 Raimon de Miraval \: Aissi {US G) a ' b ' v c ' d ' J f. gi -^-^ a, C| b ' ~m « h d. ei v m -*«"-i*— 1 b2 j (b + c) gi d, d, e2 f2 g2 k 1 — >2 1 (recall: b-e) f, gj Melody 25 1: Aissi (MS R) •a, b, c, d, a2 b3 c2 d2 I, g2 b4 c3 d, b2 83 *In R, motif a is very irregular, chiefly recognizable in comparison to G. 26 Raimon de Miraval 2: A penas* 0 ai b, a, b2 c, d, h— b, b2 e.

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