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Nineteenth-century music criticism.

Author: Teresa Cascudo García-Villaraco
Publisher: Turnhout : Brepols 2017.
Series: Music, Criticism & Politics (MCP), 3.
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The ?long nineteenth century? encompasses what has been described by some authors as ?newspaper civilization?. Music was fundamental for many men and women who lived during that century. Not surprisingly, at this time, music was a common theme in the press. On the one hand, news, chronicles and criticism played a central part in the musical market, since the success of that market was predicated on the dissemination  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Teresa Cascudo García-Villaraco
ISBN: 9782503574974 2503574971
OCLC Number: 974862355
Description: 340 p.
Contents: Music criticism, speech acts, and generic contracts / Katharine Ellis --
Barnun et les Romaine: critique, claque et réclame dans les 'Soirées de l'orchestre' d'Hector Berloiz / A critic's progress: Émile-Mathieu de Monter's musical reporting of the Paris 1867 and 1878 Exposition Universelles for the 'Revue et Gazette musicale de Paris' / Sylvia Kahan --
London's Italian opera as a topic of interest to international nineteenth-century music criticism / Ingeborg Zechner --
Speaking for whom? using opera reviews from Strasbourge (1887-1918) to clarify the problematical source character of music criticism / Jeroen van Gessel --
Graphic humour as musical criticism: cartoon and caricature in the first Wagnerian reception in Madrid / José Ignacio Suárez García --
The music in the theatres of Rio de Janiero (1890-1900): concert series, music critcism and conflicting cultural projects in the early years of the republic / Mónica Vermes --
The power of music criticism in the shaping of modern Uruguay: an analysis of the newspaper 'Montevideo Musical' / Marita Fornaro Bordolli --
The cultural biography of a musical periodical: 'Boletín Musical' (Buenos Aires, 1837) / Melanie Plesch --
Nativist rhetoric in the opera journalism on Antebellum New York City / Erin Fulton --
1813, Vienna, and a re-print of the 'AmZ': notes on intertexuality in German music media around 1800 / Marc Ernesti --
The string quartet in early nineteenth-century performance and criticism / Nancy November --
Beethoven e Mendelssohn nel pensiero di Adolf Bernard Marx / Maria Teresa Arfini --
«La musica non imita e non esprime che lo stesso sentimento in persona»: per una (mancata) teoria musicale leopardiana / Renato Ricco --
Fallen angels of music: subjectivity inearly 19th-century philosophy and the reception of virtuosity in contemporary music criticism / Žarko Cvejic --
'Absolute' philosophy? gender, nationalism, and Jewishness in Eduard Hanslick's formalism / Michael B. Ward --
Manuel de Falla at war: on race, sound, and new music / Teresa Cascudo García-Villaraco --
«Les plaisirs de l'imagination sont les seuls réels»: Gétry's writings and the expansion of critical thought at the beginning of the nineteenth century / R.J. Arnold --
Composer-critic and «Intimitable creators»: E.T.A. Hoffmann, W.A. Mozart, and the genesis of German romantic opera / Diau-Long Shen --
Critical responses to nineteenth-century music criticism: Johanna Kinkel's 'Trinkleider' and her later lieder collections / Anja Bunzel --
Richard Wagners offener brief über Franz Liszts Symphonische Dichtungen (1857) and die komposition von 'Tristan und Isolde' / Rainer Kleinertz.
Series Title: Music, Criticism & Politics (MCP), 3.
Responsibility: Teresa Cascudo García-Villaraco.

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The ?long nineteenth century? encompasses what has been described by some authors as ?newspaper civilization?. Music was fundamental for many men and women who lived during that century. Not surprisingly, at this time, music was a common theme in the press. On the one hand, news, chronicles and criticism played a central part in the musical market, since the success of that market was predicated on the dissemination of information about performers, musical events and new repertoires. On the other hand, as we have observed, the prominence of music opened the door to new types of critical reflection in longer essays. Writings about music in those years were the result of artistic aspirations and preferences; the same writings also present evidence of prejudices and modes of perception marked by specific ideological issues. This volume collects twenty-two articles that address these issues, focusing on case studies in Europe and America. The collection reflects the growing importance of music criticism in particular and the press in general as objects of study for contemporary musicology.0.

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