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Nineteenth-century choral music

Author: Donna M Di Grazia
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2013
Series: Routledge studies in musical genres
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Nineteenth-Century Choral Music is a collection of essays studying choral music making as a cultural phenomenon, one that had an impact on multiple parts of society. Rather than merely offering a collection of raw descriptions of works, the contributors focus their discussions on what these pieces reveal about their composers as craftsmen/women. Major works as well as other equally rich parts of the repertoire are  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donna M Di Grazia
ISBN: 9780415988520 0415988527 9780415988537 0415988535
OCLC Number: 832674201
Description: XVIII, 521 sider
Contents: The building of community through choral singing / Celia Applegate --
Vox humana : choral voices in the nineteenth-century symphony / Kern Holoman --
The nineteenth-century opera chorus / Steven Huebner --
Masses and requiems / Kern Holoman --
Works with secular and non-liturgical texts / Kern Holoman --
Choral music and choral singing in Germany and Austria / Ryan Minor --
Ludwig van Beethoven / David B. Levy --
Fanny Hensel / R. Larry Todd --
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy / Jeffrey S. Sposato --
Robert Schumann / Roe-Min Kok --
Anton Bruckner and the Austrian choral tradition : his mass in F minor / Paul Hawkshaw --
Johannes Brahms / Virginia Hancock --
Choral music and music making in France / Clair Rowden --
Luigi Cherubini and Augusta Holmès / Mark Seto --
Hector Berlioz / Donna M. Di Grazia --
Félicien David, Charles Gounod, and Jules Massenet / Clair Rowden --
Camille Saint-Saëns / Lesley A. Wright --
Gabriel Fauré / Carlo Caballero --
A tale of survival : choral music in Italy / Francesco Izzo --
Britain and Ireland / James Garratt --
The Nordic world : Scandinavia and Finland / Harald Herresthal --
Eastern Europe : introductory thoughts / Barbara Milewski --
Poland / Barbara Milewski --
The Czech lands : Bohemia and Moravia / Judith Mabary --
Antonín Dvorák / Alan Houtchens --
Hungary / Paul A. Bertagnolli --
The choral music of Franz Liszt / Paul A. Bertagnolli --
Russia / Vladimir Morosan --
Russian choral repertoire / Vladimir Morosan --
The Philippines, Latin America, and Spain / Walter A. Clark --
The United States / N. Lee Orr
Series Title: Routledge studies in musical genres
Other Titles: 19th century choral music
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