ABSTRACT. Liszt's mastery of the Romantic orchestra was entirely beholden to symphonic principles of elaboration (Mann). Palmer highlights the perceptual consequences of music performance, including the successful communication of interpretations, resolution of structural ambiguities, and concordance with listeners' expectations. Friberg and Battel argue that a musical phrase tends to speed up and get louder at the start, and to slow down and get quieter at the end. Leopold Mozart states that for the liveliness of music, dotted notes must be held somewhat longer, but the time extended value must be taken from the note standing after the dot.


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