Franklin

Music theory in the age of Romanticism / edited by Ian Bent.

Publication:
Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1996.
Format/Description:
Book
xvi, 239 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Subjects:
Music theory -- History -- 19th century.
Musical criticism -- 19th century.
Romanticism in music.
Contents:
The mechanics of sensation and the construction of the romantic experience / Leslie David Blasius
F.W.J. Schelling's Philosophie der Kunst : an emergent semiology of music / Ian Biddle
Fétis and emerging tonal consciousness / Thomas Christensen
Romantic music under siege in 1848 / Sanna Pederson
Second immediacies in the Eroica / Brian Hyer
Plato
Beethoven : a hermeneutics for nineteenth-century music? / Ian Bent
Intersubjectivity and analysis : Schumann's essay on the Fantastic symphony / Fred Everett Maus
The concept of développment in the early nineteenth century / Peter A. Hoyt
A.B. Marx and the gendering of sonata form / Scott Burnham

wie ein rother Faden : on the origins of Leitmotif as critical construct and musical practice / Thomas Grey
Musical invariance as a cognitive structure : "multiple meaning" in the early nineteenth century / Janna K. Saslaw and James P. Walsh.
Contributor:
Bent, Ian.
ISBN:
0521551021 (hc)
OCLC:
33047249
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