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Title Rethinking Schumann / edited by Roe-Min Kok, Laura Tunbridge.

Imprint New York : Oxford University Press, c2011.

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 GDL Brand Library Non-Fiction    780.92 Schumann,R RET    Available
Description xv, 471 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Political sphere. Robert Schumann and the culture of German nationhood / Celia Applegate -- Organizing German musical life at midcentury : Brendel, Schumann, and the Leipzig Tonk├╝nstlerversammlungen and Tonk├╝nstlerverein / James Deaville -- Cry of the Schuhu : dissonanant history in a late Schumann song / Susan Youens -- Segregating sound : Robert Schumann in the Third Reich / Lily E. Hirsch -- Popular influences. At the interstice between "popular" and "classical" : Schumann's poems of Queen Mary Stuart and European sentimentality at midcentury / Jon W. Finson -- Who was Mignon? What was she? Popular Catholicism and Schumann's Requiem, Op. 98b / Roe-Min Kok -- Entz├╝ckt : Schumann, Raphael, Faust / Nicholas Marston -- Schumann and agencies of improvisation / Dana Gooley -- Schumann's melodramatic afterlife / Ivan Raykoff -- Analytical approaches. Meter and expression in Robert Schumann's op. 90 / Harald Krebs -- Hypermetric dissonance in the later works of Robert Schumann / William Benjamin -- Associative harmony, tonal pairing, and middleground structure in Schumann's sonata expositions : the role of the mediant in the first movements of the piano quintet, piano quarter, and Rhenish symphony / Peter H. Smith -- Schumann and the style hongrois / Julie Hedges Brown -- Intermediate states of key in Schumann / David Kopp -- Twentieth-century interpretations. Choreographing Schumann / Wayne Heisler Jr. -- Fictional lives of the Schumanns / David Ferris -- Deserted chambers of the mind (Schumann memories) / Laura Tunbridge -- Late styles / Scott Burnham.
Summary A reexamination of a major romantic composer, Rethinking Schumann provides fresh approaches to Schumann's oeuvre and its reception from the perspectives of literature, visual arts, cultural history, performance studies, dance, and film. These eighteen new essays argue from a multitude of perspectives that Schumann was in fact very much a man of his time, informed not only by music but also by the culture and society around him.
Subject Schumann, Robert, 1810-1856 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Music -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
Added Author Tunbridge, Laura, 1974-
Kok, Roe-Min.
ISBN 9780195393866 paperback
0195393864
9780195393859 hardback
0195393856 hardback

 
    
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