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The Resource Music at the limits, Edward W. Said

Music at the limits, Edward W. Said

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Music at the limits
Title
Music at the limits
Statement of responsibility
Edward W. Said
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Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
LC call number
ML3785
LC item number
.S34 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
reviews
Music at the limits, Edward W. Said
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Music at the limits, Edward W. Said
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Includes indexes
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Contents
pt. I. The eighties. The music itself : Glenn Gould's contrapuntal vision ; Remembrance of things played : presence and memory in the pianist's art ; Pomp and circumstance (on musical festivals) ; On Richard Strauss ; Die Walküre, Aida, X ; Music and feminism ; Maestro for the masses (review of Understanding Toscanini) ; Middle age and performers ; The Vienna Philharmonic : the complete Beethoven symphonies and concertos ; The Barber of Seville, Don Giovanni ; Glenn Gould at the Metropolitan Museum ; Giulio Cesare ; Bluebeard's Castle, Erwartung ; Extreme occasions (on Celibidache) ; Peter Sellars's Mozart ; András Schiff at Carnegie Hall -- pt. II. The nineties. Richard Strauss ; Wagner and the Met's Ring ; Opera productions (Der Rosenkavalier, House of the dead, Doctor Faust) ; Style and stylessness (Elektra, Semiramide, Katya Kabanova) ; Alfred Brendel : words for music (review of Alfred Brendel's Music sounded out: essays, lectures, interviews, afterthoughts) ; Die tote Stadt, Fidelio, The death of Klinghoffer ; Uncertainties of style (The ghosts of Versailles, Die Soldaten) ; Musical retrospection ; The bard festival ; The importance of being unfaithful to Wagner ; Music as gesture (on Solti) ; Les troyens ; Child's play (review of Maynard Solomon's Mozart: a life) ; 32 short films about Glenn Gould ; Bach's genius, Schumann's eccentricity, Chopin's ruthlessness, Rosen's gift (review of Charles Rosen's The romantic generation) ; Why listen to Boulez? ; Hindemith and Mozart ; Review of Michael Tanner's Wagner ; In the chair (review of Peter Ostwald's Glenn Gould and the tragedy of genius) ; On Fidelio ; Music and spectacle (La cenerentola and The rake's progress) ; Review of Gottfried Wagner's He who does not howl with the wolf : The Wagner legacy: an autobiography ; Bach for the masses -- pt. III. 2000 and beyond. Daniel Barenboim (bonding across cultural boundaries) ; Glenn Gould, the virtuoso as intellectual ; Cosmic ambition (review of Christoph Wolff's Johann Sebastian Bach: the learned musician) ; Barenboim and the Wagner taboo ; Untimely meditations (review of Maynard Solomon's Late Beethoven)
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24 cm.
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Extent
xiii, 325 p.
Isbn
9780231139366
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007002276
System control number
(OCoLC)80020003

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