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- The Tristan Chord in Context Abstract 1. Introduction
- The Tristan Chord is possibly the single most famous chord in music history. upon Tristan und Isolde where the Tristan Chord powerfully opens the overture.
- Edexcel A Level Syllabus – Analysis
- The cello's yawning opening falls, to form part of the Tristan Chord. This chord (f, b, d sharp, g sharp) is a dissonance, and must therefore resolve.
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- The Emblematic Tristan Chord: A Survey from Beethoven to Berg.
- C:\Documents and Settings\Maliepaard\Bureaublad\testmusiceditor
- Then − based on the outcomes −. I'll try to give an explanation of the Tristan chord, the very first chord heard in Richard Wagner's opera.
- ANALYSIS Wagner, Tristan und Isolde, Prelude
- Tristan Analysis: Page 1 of 2. ANALYSIS. Wagner, Tristan und Isolde, Prelude.
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- Tristan chord - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Tristan chord is a chord made up of the notes F, B, D♯ and G♯.
- Why We Can't Hear Wagner's Music - Article | First Things
- Wagner's most studied gesture is the so-called “Tristan chord” sounded in the first phrase of the prelude of Tristan and Isolde.
- The Tristan Chord in Context
- The Tristan Chord is possibly the single most famous chord in music history.
- Extravaganza on Wagner's Tristan Chord - YouTube
- Jul 22, 2009 Composition (in electronic preview) by David W Solomons, based on the principles of Wagner's "Tristan Chord".