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The musician in literature in the age of Bach

Author: Stephen Rose
Publisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011.
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"Using novels and autobiographies from Bach's Germany, Stephen Rose suggests new ways of interpreting the lives and social status of musicians. The study focuses on satirical novels written by musicians that describe the lives of performers and composers, as well as the autobiographies of Bach's contemporaries. These narratives represent musicians variously as picaresque outcasts, honourable craft-workers, foolish  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen Rose
ISBN: 9781107004283 1107004284 9781107428041 1107428041
OCLC Number: 664258870
Notes: First paperback edition published in 2014.
Machine generated contents note: Introduction; 1. Literary contexts: the German Baroque novel; 2. The musician as picaresque outcast; 3. The musician as honourable craftsman; 4. Musical fools versus virtuosos; 5. From harmony to discord; 6. The first German autobiographies of musicians; Bibliography.
Description: ix, 237 pages : illustrations, map, music ; 26 cm
Contents: 1. Literary contexts: the German Baroque novel --
2. The musician as picaresque outcast --
3. The musician as honourable craftsman --
4. Musical fools versus virtuosos --
5. From harmony to discord --
6. The first German autobiographies of musicians.
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Analysing novels and autobiographies from Bach's Germany, this book presents new insights into the lives, mindset and status of musicians.  Read more...

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'The decades around 1700 saw the publication of a clutch of fictional literature by German writers about music and musicians, a body of works largely overlooked by musicologists so far. Stephen Read more...

 
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