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Late Idylls, Symphonic Anxieties. Brahms, Dvořák



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3. Late Idylls, Symphonic Anxieties. Brahms, Dvořák

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Reinhold Brinkmann, Late Idyll: The Second Symphony of Johannes Brahms trans. Peter Palmer (Harvard: Harvard University Press, 1997)

Brahms: Symphony no. 4, ed. Kenneth Hull (New York: Norton, 2000)

David Brodbeck, ‘Brahms’, and Michael Beckerman, ‘Dvořák’, Holoman (ed.), The Nineteenth-Century Symphony, 224-298

David Brodbeck, Brahms: Symphony no. 1 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997)

David Brodbeck, ‘Dvořák’s Reception in Liberal Vienna: Language Ordinances, National Property, and the Rhetoric of Deutschtum’, Journal of the American Musicological Society 60/1 (Spring 2007), 71-131

A Peter Brown, ‘Brahms’ Third Symphony and the New German School’, The Journal of Musicology 2/4 (Autumn 1983), 434-52

Carl Dahlhaus, ‘The Second Age of the Symphony’, Nineteenth-Century Music, 265-76

Walther Frisch, Brahms: the Four Symphonies (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004)

Raymond Knapp, Brahms and the Challenge of the Symphony (New York: Stuyvesant, 1997)

Richard Taruskin, ‘The Return of the Symphony’, OHWM, vol. 3, ch. 13, 675-744




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