The Cambridge Companion to the Lied (Cambridge Companions to Music)



Several Generations Before Schubert, The Lied Emerged As Domestic Entertainment Destined To Move Beyond The Home To The Symphony Hall This Introductory Chronicle Of This Fascinating Genre Analyzes The Lied In Its Musical, Literary, And Cultural Contexts With Chapters Devoted To Focal Composers Influence Of The Lied On Other Musical Genres Use As A Musical Commodity And Issues Of Performance The Volume Includes A Chronology And A Comprehensive Bibliography.The Cambridge Companion to the Lied (Cambridge Companions to Music)

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  • 438 pages
  • The Cambridge Companion to the Lied (Cambridge Companions to Music)
  • James Parsons
  • 06 January 2018
  • 9781139797276

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  1. says:

    A collection of articles on the German Lied, in the Cambridge Companion series It begins with an article on the poetry most often set, which discusses the history of German poetry from the late eighteenth century on and distinguishes historical styles than I was really aware of I tend to think of all the poetry of this period at least after Goethe as Romantic , but this article divides it into Classic, Sturm und Drang, Romantic, Biedermeier, and so forth The next article discusses the Lied before Schubert, and gives a good history of the development of the genre and its original aesthetic presuppositions The third article discusses the lieder of Mozart and Beethoven in depth Then come the articles on the expected figures, chapters on Schubert, Schumann, the mid century, Brahms and Wolf followed by a discussion on the transformation of the lied at the end of the century, an article on Mahler and Strauss and one on the other t...

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