TSUCHIDA, Eizaburo

FacultyFaculty of Music Department of Musicology
PositionProfessor
Last Updated :2018/06/25

Researcher Information

Academic Degree

  • Bachelor of Arts in Music, Tokyo Univercity of the Arts
  • Master of Arts in Music, Tokyo Univercity of the Arts

Academic Societies

  • The Musicological Society of Japan
  • The International Musicological Society
  • The Japanese Society for Aesthetics

Research Activities

Research Interests

  • History of Western Music
  • Music Theory
  • Musical Form
  • Symphony
  • Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Anton Bruckner

Publications

  • 1981 Articles “On 'Hauptform': Concerning the Genesis of the Concept of 'Sonatenform'”
    in Journal of the Musicological Society of Japan, 27/1
  • 1982 Articles “On the Problem of 'Substanzgemeinschaft' in Musical Analysis”, in Bulletin
    Faculty of Music, Tokyo Geijutsu Daigaku, 7
  • 1985 Articles “Performance Scenes in Salzburg: In the Cases of Sacred and Occasional Music of Mozart”
    in Mozart: A Trip to the 18th Century, 4 Hakusui Sha
  • 1986 Articles “Dice Music and the Tradition of Arts Combinatoria”
    in Music and Musicology Ongaku no Tomo Sha
  • 1988 Books Bruckner
    Shincho Sha
  • 1989 Translations Co-translator: Ulrich Michels (ed.), dtv-Atlas zur Musik
    Hakusui Sha
  • 1993 Articles “Research History and Bibliography on Bruckner”, etc.
    in Das Bruckner-Mahler-Lexikon Tokyo Shoseki
  • 1994 Articles “Beethoven as a Pioneer of Modern Music Publication”
    in Sounding Idea: Today's Images of Beethoven Tokyo Shoseki
  • 1996 Books Co-author&editor: The Complete Beethoven, 10 vols
    Kodan Sha
  • 1999 Books Co-author&editor: Das Beethoven-Lexikon
    Tokyo Shoseki
  • 2001 Articles “'To its wider distribution and to our greater profit': Beethoven as Arranger”
    in Kunitachi College of Music. Research Institute Bulletin 2000
  • 2002 Books Co-author&editor: Music at the Transition Periods
    Ongaku no Tomo Sha
  • 2002 Articles “Rethinking the Story of 'Two Symphonies': A Cross Section of the Work History of Beethoven's Ninth”, in Music at the Transition Periods
    Ongaku no Tomo Sha
  • 2006 Translations
    Hakusui Sha
  • 2006 Books
    Ongaku no Tomo Sha
  • 2003 Books
    Ongaku no Tomo Sha
  • 2003 Books
    Ongaku no Tomo Sha
  • 2003 Translations
    Tokai Daigaku Shuppan Kyoku
  • 2004 Translations
    Tokai Daigaku Shuppan Kyoku
  • 2009 Articles "War und ist die deutsche Musik/Musikwissenschaft ein Leitbild für die japanische?”
    in Reinmar Emans & Wolfram Steinbeck (eds.), Bach und die deutsche Tradition des Komponierens. Wirklichkeit und Ideologie. Festschrift Martin Geck zum 70. Geburtstag. Bericht über das 6. Dortmunder Bach-Symposion 2006. Klangfarben Musikverlag
  • 2010 Books
    Ongaku no Tomo Sha
  • 2008-2010
    Ozora Sha
  • 2010 Translations Co-translator: Lewis Lockwood, Beethoven. The Music and the Life
    Shunju Sha
  • 2011 C0-editor: Mozartiana Nova. Festschrift in Celebration of the Eightieth Birthday of Professor EBISAWA Bin.
    Ongaku no Tomo Sha
  • 2012 Haydn's Sixty-Eight
    Tokyo Geijutsu Daigaku Shuppan Kai
  • 2012 Translations Harald Haslmayr, „MEINE SPRACHE VERSTEHET MAN DURCH DIE GANZE WELT…“ – JOSEPH HAYDNS STREICHQUARTETTE ALS KLINGENDE AUFKLÄRUNG AUS ÖSTERREICH
    Tokyo Geijutsu Daigaku Shuppan Kai


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