Fhs list A: Topics in Music History After 1750 Pastoral Idylls, National Anxieties: the Nineteenth-Century Symphony Daniel Grimley


Resources This is a vast topic, with a vast critical literature. You should aim to be selective



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This is a vast topic, with a vast critical literature. You should aim to be selective in your research: don’t try and cover everything! Essential introductory discussions can be found in MGG and New Grove Online (individual composer entries, as well as Mark Evan Bond’s extensive subject chapter on the nineteenth-century symphony). You should also consult A. Peter Brown’s substantial 2-volume set The Symphonic Repertoire vol. III a and b (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2007), which provides a wide range of repertoire beyond the mainstream canon and succinct analytical summaries of individual movements, as well as D Kern Holoman’s useful anthology The Nineteenth Century Symphony (New York: Schirmer, 1997). More detailed suggestions for reading follow:






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