Date of Award
Open Access Dissertation
School of Music
Beata Moon is a second-generation Korean American musician who is actively involved in the American music field. She is a performing pianist but also serves as a promoter of new music and aesthetic education. As a composer, Moon has developed a distinctive style that is eclectic and accessible to the audience.
The focus of the study is a stylistic analysis of Beata Moon's three major solo piano works: In-Transit (1999), Piano Sonata (2006), and Inter-Mez-Zo (2006). The analysis includes examination of form, harmony, melody, rhythm and keyboard usage in each of Beata Moon's three major solo piano works. This study also provides Moon's biographical information and a transcript of a one-on-one interview.
Lee, K.(2014). Toward an Understanding of Contemporary Korean American Piano Music: A Stylistic Analysis of In-transit (1999), Piano Sonata (2006), and Inter-Mez-Zo (2006) by Beata Moon. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from https://scholarcommons.sc.edu/etd/2676