Bachelor of Arts
Oeida M. Hatcher
Cynthia B. Ramsey
The purpose of this research was to gain information about Charles-Auguste de Beriot (1802-1870) and his contributions to the violin. The specific problems of the study were as follows: 1.) to identify what influenced the compositions of Charles-Auguste de Beriot; 2.) to outline important developments in his writing that contributed to violin technique and Romanticism; and 3.) to analyze Concerto IX in A minor for Violin, Op. 104 in terms of melody, harmony, tonality, texture, and form. The intention of this research is to investigate Beriot’s compositions for violin and examines the Romantic aspects that appear in his Concerto IX. The appendix contains a discography of Concerto IX.
Mackintosh, Leigh P., "A Study of Charles-Auguste de Beriot and his Contributions to the Violin" (2007). Undergraduate Theses and Capstone Projects. 41.
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