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URN etd-0910112-142018
Author Tzu-yin Lin
Author's Email Address sweetisly@gmail.com
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Department Music
Year 2011
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title A Study of Dvořak’s Four Symphonic Poems on Erben’s Ballad Kytice
Date of Defense 2012-06-14
Page Count 162
Keyword
  • Dvorak
  • symphonic poems
  • Ballad
  • The Wild Dove
  • The Golden Spinning Wheel
  • The Noon Witch
  • The Water Goblin
  • Abstract In the 1890s, Antonin Dvořak created five symphonic poems, respectively The Water Goblin、The Noon Witch、The Golden Spinning Wheel、The Wild Dove、A Hero's Song. The first four poems originated from Erben’s prosody anthology, Dvořak present the personality of the roles by using Czech rhyme and characters features, and successfully promote the development of plot by adding the realism sound effects with poems content. According to the unique narrative poem, it presents the original by using succeed verse to verse faithfully.
    In addition to the introduction and conclusion in this study, it contains three main chapters. The Chapter 1 is discussed in detail for “the creation course and nationality about Dvořak”, “Symphonic poem of the 19th century”, “narrative poem and ballade” and four symphonic poems according to Erben anthology respectively. Chapter 2 focuses on the careers and brainchild of Erben, and the writing concept about Kytice. The chapter 3 is base on the created years of the four symphonic poems to know the narratives of Dvořak by investigating the creative concept and the process of composition.
    Advisory Committee
  • Kheng-keow Koay - chair
  • Hsi-ju Chen - co-chair
  • Shun-mei Tsai - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2012-09-10

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