Modernism and Music: An Anthology of Sources

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Daniel Albright
University of Chicago Press, 03.02.2004 - 428 Seiten
If in earlier eras music may have seemed slow to respond to advances in other artistic media, during the modernist age it asserted itself in the vanguard. Modernism and Music provides a rich selection of texts on this moment, some translated into English for the first time. It offers not only important statements by composers and critics, but also musical speculations by poets, novelists, philosophers, and others-all of which combine with Daniel Albright's extensive, interlinked commentary to place modernist music in the full context of intellectual and cultural history.
 

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Inhalt

1 Introduction
1
2 Testing the Boundaries between Speech and Music
23
3 Testing the Boundaries between the Visual Arts and Music
64
4 The New Music Theater
103
5 Fuller Universes of Music
137
The TwelveTone Method
193
7 Isms
224
8 Music Social Responsibility and Politics
337
9 Testing the Boundaries between Popular and High Art
367
Bibliographical Note
409
Credits
411
Index
415
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Daniel Albright is a professor of English and American Literature at Harvard University. He is the author of Untwisting the Serpent: Modernism in Music, Literature, and Other Arts, also published by the University of Chicago Press.

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