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Music ho! A study of music in decline.

Author: Constant Lambert
Publisher: New York, October House [1967]
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Lambert, Constant, 1905-1951.
Music ho!
New York, October House [1967]
(OCoLC)635451521
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Constant Lambert
OCLC Number: 1398109
Description: 288 pages portrait 21 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Pre-war pioneers: --
The revolutionary situation --
Impressionism and disruption --
Debussy as key-figure --
Music and the naughty 'nineties --
pt. 2. Post-war pasticheurs: --
The age of Pastiche --
Diaghileff and Stravinsky as time travellers --
Surrealism and neo-classicim --
'Toute reaction est vraie' --
Synthetic melody --
Abstraction in music --
Erik Satie and his musique d'ameublement --
pt. 3. Nationalism and the exotic: --
Nationalism and democracy --
The Russian nationalists --
The conflict between nationalism and form --
Nationalism and the modern scene --
The cult of the exotic --
Exoticism and 'low life' --
The spirit of jazz --
Symphonic jazz --
pt. 4. The mechanical stimulus: --
The appalling popularity of music --
Mechanical romanticism --
Craft for cfraft's sake --
Mechanical music and the cinema --
The disappearing middlebrow --
pt. 5. Escape or submission: --
A psychological cul-de-sac --
Schonberg and official revolution --
Sibelius and the integration of form --
The symphonic problem --
Sibelius and the music of the future.
Responsibility: With an introd. by Arthur Hutchings.

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