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On Chopin Mazurka Contains Poland National Elements

Author: WuZuoTian
Tutor: HuangHongHui
School: Jiangxi Normal University
Course: Musicology
Keywords: Chopin Mazurka Poland folk
CLC: J624.1
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2013
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Abstract


Frederick Fran, Francois Chopin is Poland famous pianist, composer. Based onChopin’s study and creation process, specific examples and analysis of singing dancerhythm, Chopin Mazur ’s melody, full of color harmony, personalized tonality andcontains poetic personal style of nationality. Chopin is an important figure in thedevelopment of western music culture in nineteenth Century, Chopin Mazur is atreasure in the development of western music in nineteenth Century, is an importantpart of Chopin’s music creation, and contains one nation and strong patriotic spirit isthe most important artistic characteristics in Chopin s Piano music.In his short and tumultuous life created a total of more than50Mazurka, fromthem that the dance rhythm, singing the melody, full of color harmony, personalizedtonality and poetic style, works all flashing national music infiltration luster,everywhere reveals the feeling of concern to the motherland, the fate of the nation.The most important is the creation of Chopin’s Mazurka process, for the nationalmaterial absorption is not a simple imitation, but to different regions, different style ofthe original dance to be refined, these peasant dance with the unique creativedevelopment become the forms and contents of the novel, and in accordance withtheir free intention, into the strong personal style, fully demonstrated the Polandartist’s rich inner world and strong expression ability, aand has the profound anfluencewto methe faormtian band development at Western European national music on thesecond half of the nineteenth Century." The folk ", the original Mazurka, also known as Mazurek, originated in thebeautiful scenery of Mazovia province a three beat the circle dance, is a kind ofPoland folk belongs to the men and women double collective dance, movement,rotation, sliding pairs around a woman the man running etc.. Mazurka is Poland mosthas the local color. Faster than the waltz with slow, Mazurka, Cu Yavi Ark dance, ohdon’t Lek dance basic composition, stress generally do not fall on the first beat.Mazurka has two basic forms, one for the vocal, another is to dance with. Dance iscomposed of two parts, generally up half part is a minor, the second part is the major,romantic (Romance) style decoration.

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