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After Mahler : Britten, Weill, Henze, and romantic redemption

Author: Stephen C Downes
Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Gustav Mahler is often thought of as one of the last of the Romantic composers and, as a result his influence on the development of twentieth-century music has been little explored. In this ground-breaking study, Stephen Downes shows that Mahler's music was in fact greatly admired by major composers Benjamin Britten, Kurt Weill and Hans Werner Henze. Despite their initial admiration being notably dissonant with the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Benjamin Britten; Kurt Weill; Hans Werner Henze; Gustav Mahler; Gustav Mahler; Benjamin Britten; Hans Werner Henze; Gustav Mahler; Kurt Weill; Benjamin Britten; Hans Werner Henze; Gustav Mahler; Kurt Weill
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen C Downes
ISBN: 9781107008717 1107008719
OCLC Number: 851642793
Description: xiv, 276 pages : music ; 26 cm
Contents: Mahler's moment --
Naïve and sentimental : Britten and Mahler --
Real and surreal : shocks, dreams and temporality in the music of Weill and Mahler --
Tyranny and freedom : Henze and Mahler.
Responsibility: Stephen Downes.

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Stephen Downes examines the work of Britten, Weill and Henze to explore the significance of Gustav Mahler for twentieth-century music.  Read more...

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