This dissertation presented a transcription for modern-day wind ensemble of Suite I from Banchetto Musicale (1617) by Johann Hermann Schein. Included is: a brief history of the use of transcriptions in the wind ensemble literature; a discussion about the purpose of transcriptions in the wind ensemble repertoire; a brief biography of Johann Hermann Schein, establishing his position in music history; a description of the importance of the Banchetto Musicale in the history of music; and an analysis of Suite I describing how the variation principle is applied, with transcription and conducting considerations, for the Padouana, Gagliarda, Courente, Allemande, and Tripla.
|Advisor:||Nagel, Jody, Caneva, Thomas|
|Commitee:||Hand, Caroline, Hedin, Eric, Van Hof, Chris|
|School:||Ball State University|
|Department:||School of Music|
|School Location:||United States -- Indiana|
|Source:||DAI-A 79/12(E), Dissertation Abstracts International|
|Keywords:||Banchetto Musicale 1617, History of transcriptions, Purpose of transcriptions, Schein, Johann Hermann, Variation principle in Suite I, Wind ensemble|
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