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Ohne Worte: Vocality and Instrumentality in the Era of Schumann and Chopin

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Author(s)

  • William Brooks (Editor)
  • Jean-Pierre Bartoli
  • Eduardo Torbianelli
  • Jeanne Roudet
  • Hubert Moßburger
  • Douglass Seaton

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Publication details

DatePublished - Nov 2014
Number of pages227
PublisherLeuven University Press
Place of PublicationLeuven
Original languageEnglish
ISBN (Print)978 90 5876 9987

Publication series

NameCollected Writings of the Orpheus Institute
PublisherLeuven University Press
Volume12

Abstract

Six contributions by five authors, with a preface by the editor, on topics ranging from narrativity in Mendelssohn to vocality in Berlioz. Three essays concern aspects of research into piano performance and composition, with particular attention to Clara Schumann and Frederic Chopin.

    Research areas

  • musicology, narrative, voice, instrumental, 19th century, schumann, mendelssohn, berlioz, piano, aesthetics, performance practice

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