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


Wagner and the Symphonic Sublime. Bruckner—Franck



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5. Wagner and the Symphonic Sublime. Bruckner—Franck

Reading:

Brian Hart, Vincent D’Indy and the Development of the French Symphony’, Music & Letters 97/2 (May 2006), 237-61

Julian Horton, Bruckner’s Symphonies: Analysis, Reception, and Cultural Politics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004)

Benjamin Korstvedt, Bruckner: Symphony no. 8 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000)

Benjamin Korstvedt, ‘The First Published Edition of Anton Bruckner’s Fourth Symphony: Collaboration and Authenticity’, 19th Century Music 20/1 (Summer 1996), 3-26

Vera Micznik, ‘The Absolute Limitations of Programme Music: The case of Liszt’s “Die Ideale”, Music & Letters 80/2 (May 1999), 207-40

Margaret Notley, ‘Bruckner Problems, in Perpetuity’, 19th Century Music 30/1 (Summer 2006), 81-93

Margaret Notley, ‘“Volksconzerte” in Vienna and the Late Nineteenth-Century Ideology of the Symphony’, Journal of the American Musicological Society, 50/2-3 (Summer/Autumn 1997), 421-53

Stephen Parkany, ‘Kurth’s Bruckner and the Adagio of the Seventh Symphony’, 19th Century Music 11/3 (Spring 1998), 262-81

Richard Taruskin, ‘The symphony Goes (Inter)national’, OHWM, vol. 3, ch. 14, 745-824.






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