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The Resource Modernism and music : an anthology of sources, edited and with commentary by Daniel Albright

Modernism and music : an anthology of sources, edited and with commentary by Daniel Albright

Label
Modernism and music : an anthology of sources
Title
Modernism and music
Title remainder
an anthology of sources
Statement of responsibility
edited and with commentary by Daniel Albright
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
780/.9/04
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
ML197
LC item number
.M58 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1945-2015
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Albright, Daniel
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  • Music
  • Modernism (Music)
  • Modernism (Aesthetics)
Label
Modernism and music : an anthology of sources, edited and with commentary by Daniel Albright
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (page [409]) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • New discipline : the twelve-tone method. From "Composition with twelve tones" : (fiat lux) / Arnold Schoenberg -- From "The path to twelve-note composition" / Anton Webern -- From "Dr. Faustus" / Thomas Mann -- (The twelve-tone method) / Arthur Honegger -- (The twelve-tone method) / Leonard Bernstein -- (The twelve-tone method) / Benjamin Britten
  • Isms. Symbolism -- From "Richard Wagner and Tannhäuser in Paris" / Charles Baudelaire -- From "Swann's way" / Marcel Proust -- Primitivism and exoticism -- "What I wished to express in 'The consecration of spring'" / Igor Stravinsky -- From "An autobiography" / Igor Stravinsky -- "The influence of peasant music on modern music" / Béla Bartók -- Expressionism -- "Beethoven" / Richard Wagner -- "Murderer, hope for women" / Oskar Kokoschaka -- From "Die glückliche Hand": (brain-storm) / Arnold Schoenberg -- From "Philosophy of modern music" / Theodor Adorno -- Neoclassicism and the new objectivity -- "Sonnets to Orpheus 1.3" / Rainer Maria Rilke -- From "An autobiography" / Igor Stravinsky -- From "Expositions and developments" (expressivity) / Igor Stravinsky and Robert Craft -- From "Expositions and developments" (Pulcinella) / Igor Stravinsky and Robert Craft -- From "Dialogues" / Igor Stravinsky and Robert Craft -- From "Themes and conclusions" / Igor Stravinsky and Robert Craft -- From "Three satires" / Arnold Schoenberg -- From "New humanity and old objectivity" / Ernst Krenek -- "Music and mathematics" / Ernst Krenek -- "The age of pastiche" / Constant Lambert -- (Stravinsky as pasticheur) / Constant Lambert -- From "Lectures in America" / Gertrude Stein -- Interview :(Ravel's toys) / Maurice Ravel -- Interview : "finding tunes in factories" / Maurice Ravel -- Dadaism and surrealism -- "Ursonate" : Rondo / Kurt Schwitters -- Program note for "Parade" / Guillaume Apollinaire -- From "Memoirs of an amnesiac" / Erik Satie -- From "Cock and harlequin" / Jean Cocteau -- "For general intelligibility as a confession" / Erwin Schulhoff -- "Hornpipe" / Edith Sitwell -- From "Wat is called the new music, and why?" / Ernst Krenek
  • Music, social responsibility, and politics. "On old and new music" / Hanns Eisler -- "The modern theatre is the epic theatre" / Bertolt Brecht and Peter Suhrkamp -- "Münchhausen" / Friedrich Hollaender -- "Cabaret" / Friedrich Hollaender -- From "A composer's world" / Paul Hindemith -- "Der Kaiser von Atlantis" : final scene / Peter Kien -- "A survivor from Warsaw" / Arnold Schoenberg -- "Rayok" : the music lesson / L.N. Lebedinski
  • Testing the boundaries between popular and high art. "On a negro orchestra" / Ernest Ansermet -- From "The big sea" / Langston Hughes -- "Moon-faced, starry-eyed" / Langston Hughes -- "The Negroes are conquering Europe" / Ivan Goll -- From "Tune in, America" / Daniel Gregory Mason -- "The composer and the machine age" / George Gershwin -- "The Negro on the spiral, or, A method of Negro music" / George Antheil -- "Has jazz influenced the symphony?" / Gene Krupa and Leonard Bernstein -- "Once again swing" / Elliott Carter -- From "The rhythmic basis of American music" / Elliott Carter
  • Testing the boundaries between speech and music -- Testing the boundaries between the visual arts and music -- The new music theater -- Fuller universes of music -- New discipline : the twelve-tone method -- Isms -- Music, social responsibility, and politics -- Testing the boundaries between popular and high art
Control code
52845745
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
viii, 428 pages
Isbn
9780226012674
Isbn Type
(pbk : alk. paper)
Lccn
2003017899
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
Modernism and music : an anthology of sources, edited and with commentary by Daniel Albright
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (page [409]) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • New discipline : the twelve-tone method. From "Composition with twelve tones" : (fiat lux) / Arnold Schoenberg -- From "The path to twelve-note composition" / Anton Webern -- From "Dr. Faustus" / Thomas Mann -- (The twelve-tone method) / Arthur Honegger -- (The twelve-tone method) / Leonard Bernstein -- (The twelve-tone method) / Benjamin Britten
  • Isms. Symbolism -- From "Richard Wagner and Tannhäuser in Paris" / Charles Baudelaire -- From "Swann's way" / Marcel Proust -- Primitivism and exoticism -- "What I wished to express in 'The consecration of spring'" / Igor Stravinsky -- From "An autobiography" / Igor Stravinsky -- "The influence of peasant music on modern music" / Béla Bartók -- Expressionism -- "Beethoven" / Richard Wagner -- "Murderer, hope for women" / Oskar Kokoschaka -- From "Die glückliche Hand": (brain-storm) / Arnold Schoenberg -- From "Philosophy of modern music" / Theodor Adorno -- Neoclassicism and the new objectivity -- "Sonnets to Orpheus 1.3" / Rainer Maria Rilke -- From "An autobiography" / Igor Stravinsky -- From "Expositions and developments" (expressivity) / Igor Stravinsky and Robert Craft -- From "Expositions and developments" (Pulcinella) / Igor Stravinsky and Robert Craft -- From "Dialogues" / Igor Stravinsky and Robert Craft -- From "Themes and conclusions" / Igor Stravinsky and Robert Craft -- From "Three satires" / Arnold Schoenberg -- From "New humanity and old objectivity" / Ernst Krenek -- "Music and mathematics" / Ernst Krenek -- "The age of pastiche" / Constant Lambert -- (Stravinsky as pasticheur) / Constant Lambert -- From "Lectures in America" / Gertrude Stein -- Interview :(Ravel's toys) / Maurice Ravel -- Interview : "finding tunes in factories" / Maurice Ravel -- Dadaism and surrealism -- "Ursonate" : Rondo / Kurt Schwitters -- Program note for "Parade" / Guillaume Apollinaire -- From "Memoirs of an amnesiac" / Erik Satie -- From "Cock and harlequin" / Jean Cocteau -- "For general intelligibility as a confession" / Erwin Schulhoff -- "Hornpipe" / Edith Sitwell -- From "Wat is called the new music, and why?" / Ernst Krenek
  • Music, social responsibility, and politics. "On old and new music" / Hanns Eisler -- "The modern theatre is the epic theatre" / Bertolt Brecht and Peter Suhrkamp -- "Münchhausen" / Friedrich Hollaender -- "Cabaret" / Friedrich Hollaender -- From "A composer's world" / Paul Hindemith -- "Der Kaiser von Atlantis" : final scene / Peter Kien -- "A survivor from Warsaw" / Arnold Schoenberg -- "Rayok" : the music lesson / L.N. Lebedinski
  • Testing the boundaries between popular and high art. "On a negro orchestra" / Ernest Ansermet -- From "The big sea" / Langston Hughes -- "Moon-faced, starry-eyed" / Langston Hughes -- "The Negroes are conquering Europe" / Ivan Goll -- From "Tune in, America" / Daniel Gregory Mason -- "The composer and the machine age" / George Gershwin -- "The Negro on the spiral, or, A method of Negro music" / George Antheil -- "Has jazz influenced the symphony?" / Gene Krupa and Leonard Bernstein -- "Once again swing" / Elliott Carter -- From "The rhythmic basis of American music" / Elliott Carter
  • Testing the boundaries between speech and music -- Testing the boundaries between the visual arts and music -- The new music theater -- Fuller universes of music -- New discipline : the twelve-tone method -- Isms -- Music, social responsibility, and politics -- Testing the boundaries between popular and high art
Control code
52845745
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
viii, 428 pages
Isbn
9780226012674
Isbn Type
(pbk : alk. paper)
Lccn
2003017899
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations

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