ABSTRACT. Friskin instructs pianists to remember Bach's own indicated wish for the development of a cantabile style, thus prescribing a general singing legato, along with the addition of portato for connected eighth notes in some passages. Levin remarks that in Schubert's as in Mozart's time all composers were demonstrably performers, and most distinguished performers were composers. Turley holds that Mendelssohn was at once challenged and liberated by the dramatic possibilities of the concert aria.


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