ABSTRACT. If the details of a performance are worked out according to historical practices, the character and emotional meaning of the piece will automatically come out. Mozart's understanding of the human voice is evident in his operatic style which is reflected in many of his keyboard works. Schönberg's music shunned totalizing structures and reification by avoiding musical formal cliches. Chopin never played his compositions the same way twice with regard to mood and interpretation.


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