History & Criticism

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  1. Brahms's A German Requiem

    Brahms's A German Requiem: Reconsidering Its Biblical, Historical, and Musical Contexts [Hardback]

    R. Allen Lott(Author)

    $125.00

    ISBN: 9781580469869
    Published by : University of Rochester Press
    Series: Eastman Studies in Music
    Volume: 162
    Despite its entirely biblical text, Brahms's long-beloved A German Requiem is now widely considered a work in which the composer espoused a theologically universal view. R. Allen Lott's comprehensive reconsideration of the work's various co... .... Learn More
  2. Self-Quotation in Schubert

    Self-Quotation in Schubert: Ave Maria, the Second Piano Trio, and Other Works [Hardback]

    Scott Messing(Author)

    $110.00

    ISBN: 9781580469654
    Published by : University of Rochester Press
    Series: Eastman Studies in Music
    Volume: 165
    Enthusiasts and experts have long relished Schubert's quotations of his own music. This study centers on a previously unidentified pairing: "Ave Maria," one of his most beloved songs, and the Piano Trio no. 2, a masterpiece that holds a ... .... Learn More
  3. Augusta Browne

    Augusta Browne: Composer and Woman of Letters in Nineteenth-Century America [Hardback]

    Bonny H. Miller(Author); Bonny H Miller(Author)

    $125.00

    ISBN: 9781580469722
    Published by : University of Rochester Press
    Series: Eastman Studies in Music
    Volume: 164
    Augusta Browne's five-decade career in music and letters reveals a gifted composer and author. Hailed as "one of the most prolific women composers in the USA before 1870," Augusta Browne Garrett (c. 1820-1882) was also a dedicatedmusic e... .... Learn More
  4. British Music after Britten

    British Music after Britten [Hardback]

    Arnold Whittall(Author)

    $115.00

    ISBN: 9781783274970
    Published by : Boydell Press
    Series: Aldeburgh Studies in Music
    Volume: 14
    This collection of revised reprints of essays, reviews and analyses first published between 1995 and 2018 surveys a cross-section of contemporary classical composition in the UK. The governing perspective is the impact of the lifeand work of Benja... .... Learn More
  5. From Silence to Sound: Beethoven's Beginnings

    From Silence to Sound: Beethoven's Beginnings [Hardback]

    Jeremy Yudkin(Author)

    $115.00

    ISBN: 9781783274796
    Published by : Boydell Press
    No classical composer put more drama or originality into his opening ideas than Beethoven, so this first special study of these musical beginnings is particularly welcome. LEWIS LOCKWOOD

    This book discusses the myriadways in which Beethov... .... Learn More
  6. Postmodernity's Musical Pasts

    Postmodernity's Musical Pasts [Hardback]

    Tina Frühauf(Editor); Beate Kutschke(Contributor); Caitlin Carlos(Contributor); Daniella Fugellie(Contributor); Georg Burgstaller(Contributor); Tina Fruehauf(Contributor); Lawrence Kramer(Contributor); Joshua S. Walden(Contributor); Max Noubel(Contributor

    $120.00

    ISBN: 9781783274963
    Published by : Boydell Press
    Postmodernity's Musical Pasts relies on an extensive and varied spectrum of topics, from both the centre and the periphery of the musicological canon, that mirror the eclectic and diverse nature of the postwar era itself. The first section,... .... Learn More
  7. Leonard Bernstein and Washington, DC

    Leonard Bernstein and Washington, DC: Works, Politics, Performances [Hardback]

    Daniel Abraham(Editor); Alicia Kopfstein-Penk(Editor); Andrew H. Weaver(Editor); Alicia Kopfstein-Penk(Contributor); Andrew H. Weaver(Contributor)

    $99.00

    ISBN: 9781580469739
    Published by : University of Rochester Press
    Series: Eastman Studies in Music
    Volume: 167
    Composer, conductor, activist, and icon of twentieth-century America, Leonard Bernstein (1918-90) had a rich association with Washington, DC. Although he never lived there, the US capital was the site of some of the most importantmoments in his li... .... Learn More
  8. Organ-building in Georgian and Victorian England

    Organ-building in Georgian and Victorian England: The work of Gray & Davison, 1772-1890 [Hardback]

    Nicholas Thistlethwaite(Author)

    $99.00

    ISBN: 9781783274673
    Published by : Boydell Press
    Series: Music in Britain, 1600-2000
    Volume: 24
    Established for the building of keyboard instruments, by the mid-1790s the workshop of brothers Robert and William Gray had become one of the leading organ-makers in London, with instruments in St Paul's, Covent Garden and St Martin-in-the-Fields.... .... Learn More
  9. The Harmonious Musick of John Jenkins II

    The Harmonious Musick of John Jenkins II: Volume Two: The Fantasia-Suites [Hardback]

    Andrew Ashbee(Author)

    $59.00

    ISBN: 9780907689478
    Published by : Toccata Press
    John Jenkins (1592-1678) was both the most prolific and the most esteemed of English composers in the fifty years or so between the death of William Byrd and the rise of Henry Purcell. After his apprenticeship Jenkins became renowned as a skilled ... .... Learn More
  10. Discovering Berlioz

    Discovering Berlioz: Essays, Reviews, Talks [Hardback]

    David Cairns(Author)

    $59.00

    ISBN: 9780907689584
    Published by : Toccata Press
    Series: Musicians on Music
    Volume: 12
    For the past half-century and more David Cairns has been one of the world's pre-eminent Berlioz scholars, translating Berlioz's freewheeling memoirs and writing a monumental biography of the composer that earned a procession of awards. But many of... .... Learn More

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