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Inventing the German Traditions. Mendelssohn—Schumann



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2. Inventing the German Traditions. Mendelssohn—Schumann

Reading:

John Daverio, Robert Schumann: Herald of a ‘New Poetic Age’ (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997), 222-41

Thomas S. Grey, ‘Tableaux Vivants: Landscape, History Painting, and the Visual Imagination in Mendelssohn’s Orchestral Music’, 19th Century Music 21/1 (Summer 1997),

Seth Haney, ‘Navigating Sonata Space in Mendelssohn’s Meeresstille und glückliche Fahrt’, 19th Century Music 28/2 (Autumn 2004), 108-32

Peter Mercer-Taylor, ‘Mendelssohn’s “Scottish” Symphony and the Music of German Memory’, 19th Century Music 19 (1995), 68-82

Anthony Newcomb, ‘Once more “Between Absolute and Programme Music”: Schumann’s Second Symphony’, 19th Century Music 7 (1983-4), 233-50

Sanna Pederson, ‘A. B. Marx, Berlin Concert Life and German National Identity’, 19th Century Music 18 (1994-5), 87-107

Linda Correll Roesner, ‘Schumann’, and R Larry Todd, ‘Mendelssohn’ in Holoman (ed.), The Nineteenth-Century Symphony, 43-107






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