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Defining Russia Symphonically. Tchaikovsky—Borodin



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4. Defining Russia Symphonically. Tchaikovsky—Borodin

Reading:

Philip Ross Bullock, Pyotr Tchaikovsky (London: Reaktion, 2016)

Marina Frolova Walker, ‘Constructing the Russian National Character: literature and music’; and ‘The beginning and the End of the Russsian Style’, in Russian Music and Nationalism (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2007), 1-51 and 140-225

Susanne Dammann, ‘An Examination of Problem History in Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony’, trans. Alice Dampman Humel, in Tchaikovsky and his World, ed. Leslie Kearney (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1998), 197-215

Joseph C Kraus, ‘Tchaikovsky’, Holoman (ed.), The Nineteenth-Century Symphony, 299-326

Joseph C Kraus, ‘Tonal Plan and Narrative Plot in Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony’, Music Theory Spectrum 13/1 (Spring 1991), 21-47

Richard Taruskin, ‘P. I. Chaikovsky and the Ghetto’; ‘How the Acorn took Root’; and ‘Chaikovsky and the Human’, in Defining Russia Musically (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1997), 48-60, 113-151, 239-307

Richard Taruskin, ‘Slavs as Subjects and Citizens’, OHWM, vol. 3, ch. 9, 443-478

Roland John Wiley, Tchaikovsky (New York: Oxford University Press, 2009), chs. 10-12




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