Sibelius in the Old and New World : aspects of his music, its interpretation, and reception
- Timothy L. Jackson ... [et al.] (eds.).
- Frankfurt am Main [Germany] ; New York : Peter Lang, 2010.
- Physical description
- 433 p. : ill., music ; 24 cm.
- Interdisziplinäre Studien zur Musik ; Bd. 6.
At the library
|ML410 .S54 I58 2005||Unknown|
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Contents: Gustav Djupsjoebacka: Sibelius and His Poets - Folke Graesbeck: Jean Sibelius: The Five Complete Piano Trios - Suvi Graesbeck. Jean Sibelius: Works for kantele - Michael S. Holmes: Jean Sibelius's Works for torviseitsikko and the Brass Septet Tradition in Finland - Barbara Hong: The Friends of Lesko, the Dog: Sibelius, Busoni, Armas and Eero Jaernefelt, Adolf Paul - Timothy Jackson: Sibelius the Political - Nors S. Josephson: Sibelius and Modern Music - Jorma Daniel Luenenbuerger: Sibelius's Berlin Period and the G minor Piano Quintet - Frederick Key Smith: Sibelius and the Influence of Classical Mythology - Hermine Weigel Williams: George (Yrjoe) Sjoeblom: Jean Sibelius's Link with America - Les Black: Symmetry as Modal Abstraction: The Evolving Language of Sibelius's Violin Concerto - Edward Laufer: On the Fourth Symphony (Third Movement) - Veijo Murtomaeki: The Influence of Karelian runo Singing and kantele Playing on Sibelius's Music - Antonin Serviere: Twenty Measures of Sibelius's Fifth Symphony: A First Attempt at Stylistic Characterization - Ron Weidberg: Comparing the 1915 and the 1919 Versions of Sibelius's Fifth Symphony - From Sonic Experimentalism to Functional Synthesis - Colin Davis: Sibelius's Lemminkaeinen in Tuonela: The Significance of the 1896 Original Version - Tuija Wicklund: The Critical Editing of Skogsraet: Sources, Performance History, and Related Works - Timo Virtanen: Sibelius's Resurrection Symphony? The Third Symphony and the Marjatta Oratorio - Tomi Maekelae: The Nordic Landscape and Extra-territoriality: Jean Sibelius in the Context of Cultural Geography and Adorno's Reception - Sarah Menin: Sibelius, Aalto, and the 'Growth' Model in Creativity and Selfmanagement - David Stern: One thought grows out of another: Sibelius's Influence on Ralph Vaughan Williams's Fifth Symphony - Helena Tyrvaeinen: La nature de primitif affine qui le caracterise - Sibelius's Music in Paris and the Construction of the Nordic Other.
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- Publisher's Summary
- The book contains twenty-two essays on Sibelius, written by scholars from seven countries across the Atlantic. Most of the articles were originally papers read at the Fourth International Jean Sibelius Conference, held in January 2005 at the University of North Texas, in Denton. The book is divided into four sections: Historical and Cultural Studies, Analytical Studies, Source Studies, Reception and Interpretation. The chapters in this book reflect, in their contents and standpoints, the different musicological and music analytical trends current in Europe and the North America; they thereby offer a compelling cross-section of the manifold approaches to Sibelius studies.
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- Publication date
- Interdisziplinäre Studien zur Musik, 1613-169X ; Bd. 6
- Principally papers originally presented at a conference held Jan. 2005 at the University of North Texas, Denton, Texas.
- 9783631560259 (hbk.)
- 3631560257 (hbk.)
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