Canonic Studies [Bernhard Ziehn, Ronald Stevenson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This work is a study of canonic technique. Buy Canonic Studies by Bernhard Ziehn at Ziehn () develops his theory of counterpoint. Key notions are: (i) inversion, in a real ra. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Ziehn, Bernhard, ; Format: Book; p.: music ; 23 cm.

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Bernhard Ziehn January 20, — September 8, was a German-American music theorist and music teacher. Ziehn was born in Erfurt, Germany. He arrived in Chicago inteaching mathematics, German, history, and music at the German Lutheran School from through After a syudies as an organist for a synagogue, he became a private teacher, publishing an extensive number of musical and theoretical articles.


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Ziehn died in Chicago, Illinois. Ziehn refused to use Helmholtz’s theory of harmonic structure based bfrnhard physical phenomena. Rather, his ideas were based not on natural science, but on music itself.

This was in contradistinction to Hugo Riemann who sought to base his rationales on “scientific” reasoning not entirely consistently. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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