Mendelssohn Studies

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Mendelssohn Studies

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 261 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780521417761
  • DDC分類 780.92

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The life and works of Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy are enjoying a considerable resurgence of interest. This volume presents the most recent trends in Mendelssohn research, covering three broad categories - reception history, historical and critical essays, and case studies of particular compositions. Much of the book depends on a wealth of primary nineteenth-century documents, including little-known autograph manuscripts, letters, and sketches of the composer. Four studies consider various facets of Mendelssohn reception in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Friedhelm Krummacher considers the abiding popularity of Mendelssohn's music in England, while Peter Ward Jones reviews Mendelssohn's business dealings with English publishers; Donald Mintz examines the composer's posthumous reputation from the perspective of the revolutionary agenda of mid-nineteenth-century Germany; and Lawrence Kramer considers dynamic multiple layers of meaning in the Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage Overture and The First Walpurgisnacht. Four essays, by Judith Silber-Ballan, J. Rigbie Turner, Wm. A. Little, and David Brodbeck, treat Mendelssohn's relationships with A. B. Marx, E. Devrient, Franz Liszt, and Friedrich Wilhelm IV. Finally, two studies by R. Larry Todd and Christa Jost focus on two major piano works, the Preludes and Fugues op. 35 and the Variations serieuses op. 54.

Table of Contents

List of illustrations
Preface
Acknowledgments
1. A winter of discontent: Mendelssohn and the
Berliner Momchor David Brodbeck
2. In mutual reflection: historical,
biographical, and structural aspects of the
Variations serieuses Christa Jost
3. Felix culpa: Goethe and the image of
Mendelssohn Lawrence Kramer
4. Composition as accommodation? On
Mendelssohn's music in relation to England
Friedhelm Krummacher
5. Mendelssohn and Liszt W. M. A. Little
6. 1848, Anti-semitism and the Mendelssohn
reception Donald Mintz
7. Marxian programmatic music: a stage in
Mendelssohn's musical development Judith
Silber Ballan
8. Me voila perrugue: Mendelssohn's preludes
and fugues Op. 35 reconsidered R. Larry Todd
9. Mendelssohn's letters to Edward Devrient:
filling in some gaps J. Rigbie Turner
10. Mendelssohn and his English publishers
Peter Ward Jones.