The Cambridge History of Nineteenth-Century Music
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BeschreibungThe most informed reference book on nineteenth-century music currently available, this comprehensive overview of music in the nineteenth century draws on the most recent scholarship in the field. Essays investigate the intellectual and socio-political history of the time, and examine topics such as nations and nationalism, the emergent concept of an avant garde, and musical styles and languages at the turn of the century. It contains a detailed chronology, and extensive glossaries.
InhaltsverzeichnisChronology; Part I. 1800-1850: 1. The musical work and nineteenth-century history Jim Samson; 2. Music and the rise of aesthetics Andrew Bowie; 3. The profession of music John Rink; 4. The opera industry Roger Parker; 5. The construction of Beethoven K. M. Knittel; 6. Music and the poetic Julian Rushton; 7. The invention of tradition John Irving; 8. Choral music John Butt; 9. The consumption of music Derek Carew; 10. The great composer Jim Samson; Part II. 1850-1900: 11. Progress, modernity, and the concept of an avant-garde John Williamson; 12. Music as ideal: the aesthetics of autonomy Max Paddison; 13. The structures of musical life Katharine Ellis; 14. Opera and music drama Thomas Grey; 15. Beethoven reception: the symphonic tradition James Hepokoski; 16. Words and music in France and Germany Susan Youens; 17. Chamber music and piano Jonathan Dunsby; 18. Choral culture and the regeneration of the organ John Butt; 19. Music and social class Derek B. Scott; 20. Nations and nationalism Jim Samson; 21. Styles and languages around the turn of the century Anthony Pople.
PortraitJim Samson has been a Professor of Music at the Universities of Exeter and Bristol and is now Professor of Music at Royal Holloway, University of London. He has published several books on Chopin including The Cambridge Companion to Chopin (1992), as well as books on Szymanowski, late Romantic music, and music of the early twentieth century.
Pressestimmen'This is indeed a comprehensive, impressive overview of the music of the period in question. It succeeds in this because Jim Samson has assembled an equally impressive selection of Anglo-American musicological minds to write it with him ... there is in fact nothing gimmicky here, but much to admire ... the book ... on its own terms ... remains a significant contribution to the current literature, of which any publisher should be proud.' Musical Times
Untertitel: 'The Cambridge History of Music'. chronology, glossary. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Cambridge University Press
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2001
Seitenanzahl: 788 Seiten