Realism in the nineteenth-century music (Book, 2008) [Portland Community College Library]
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Realism in the nineteenth-century music

Author: Carl Dahlhaus; Mary Whittall
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Professor Dahlhaus sets out the criteria of realism, with particular reference to French and German theorists and examines the extent to which they apply to music too. The notes are revised here for  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carl Dahlhaus; Mary Whittall
ISBN: 9780521261159 0521261155 9780521278416 0521278414
OCLC Number: 644500845
Description: 131 p
Contents: Translator's note; 1. Introduction; 2. What is musical realism?; 3. 'True reality' and music; 4. The 'descriptive' and the 'ugly'; 5. 'Bourgeois realism' and Biedermeier; 6. Realism as rebellion; 7. Anti-romanticism; 8. Realism in Italian opera; 9. Literature, history and 'history'; 10. The 'musical novel'; 11. Realistic melody and dramaturgical construction; 12. The natural world and the 'folklike tone'; 13. The dialectics of the concept of reality; 14. Conclusion; References; Index.
Responsibility: Carl Dahlhaus ; translated by Mary Whittall.
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