Domokos Zsuzsanna

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Miserere d’après Palestrina : egy zenei idzet sorsa a Capella Sistintl Liszt zongoramvig abs.
Miserere d’après Palestrina
A Music Citation from the Cappella Sistina to Liszt’s Piano Work
Domokos Zsuzsanna

The study tries to find the real author of the theme of the work Miserere d’après Palestrina, the 8th piece in the piano cycle by Liszt Harmonies Potiques et Religieuses after the tradition of the Cappella Sistina. This Miserere theme is of importance for the Liszt researches not only due to its origin, but it is related to another fauxbourdon themes in the Liszt-ouvre, as well. Examining the elaboration of the theme from wider approaches we gain new aspects to the construction of the whole cycle and at the end we get at a special musical expression of Liszt used for the religioso character in his works from that time onwards.
2007., 45. évf. 1. szám 37. - 52.o
Palestrina Stabat matere : Richard Wagner kzreadsban abs.
Palestrina’s Stabat Mater
In Richard Wagner’s Edition
Domokos Zsuzsanna

Wagner’s edition of the Stabat mater by Palestrina takes a special place among the 19th century practice editions of the composer’s works, since Liszt declared it to be a masterpiece to be followed by others throughout his life, albeit he knew and appreciated editions with historical aspect, too.
Wagner prepared his version of Palestrina’s composition in 1848 for his historical concert in Dresden, and it was published on the recommendation of Liszt in 1878 by C. F. Kahnt.
The study summarizes the present documents of the genesis of Wagner’s work with the background of Palestrina’s Stabat mater-editions before 1878, and tries to preveal Wagner’s concept and musical decisions in the light of the performing practice of the Cappella Sistina of the time, as well as following the the main aspects in the review by F. X. Witt published in 1878.
2005., 43. évf. 3. szám 301. - 312.o
Utak Palestrina zenjhez a 19. szzadban : a Missa Papae Marcelli olasz, francia s nmet kiadsainak szemlletbeli klnbsgei abs.
19th-Century Paths to Palestrina’s Music: Differences in Approach of the Italian, German, and French Editions of the Missa Papae Marcelli
Zsuzsanna Domokos

For the 19th-century interpretation of Palestrina’s works, the publications serve as important sources since the publishers preparing their editions had to make decisions also in musical matters. The first editions published during Palestrina’s lifetime represent the original sources. These are choir books, containing only the most necessary musical information, as the way of performing was evident, thanks to the living tradition. However, the tradition was broken, except in the Cappella Sistina and even there it went through continuous changes. Thus, at the beginning of the 19th century, when the reform movements in church music began to promote the revival of 16th-century a cappella music, especially that of Palestrina, the authentic publication and performance of the representative compositions of the style to be followed raised serious problems. Because of the discontinuity of the traditional way of interpretation and the fundamental changes in musical thinking, the 19th-century publications of Palestrina’s works differ greatly from each other. After all, there were no important, complete editions of documentary value produced since the 16th and early 17th-century publications.
The study musically analyses some Italian, German and French publications of the Missa Papae Marcelli between the 1840s and the 1880s with the aim to find the conceptional similarities and differences among the different schools underlined by aesthetical writings of the time.
The whole analysis is based on the account for the original sources serving as bases for these editions and also gives some musical examples of the performance practice of the Cappella Sistina, the traditions with which every publisher was familiar with.
2004., 42. évf. 3-4. szám 285. - 310.o
Rec. Liszt nyomban : Hamburger Klra: Liszt Ferenc zenje - 2012., 50. évf. 3. szám 358. - 360.o