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Paul Valéry and music.

Author: Brian Stimpson; Paul Valéry
Publisher: Cambridge [usw.] : Univ. Pr., 1984.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This 1984 book was the first to investigate the implications of Paul Valery's interest in the relationship between music and poetry.

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Named Person: Paul Valéry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brian Stimpson; Paul Valéry
ISBN: 0521256089 9780521256087
OCLC Number: 252292054
Description: XI, 339 S. ; 8"
Contents: Part I. Valery's Musical Environment; Part II. Music and Poetry: 1. Music as a language of the emotions; 2. Music as a language of the mind; 3. The theory of composition: Wagner and the universal mind; 4. Valery and Stravinsky; Part III. Musical Techniques in Valery's poetry: 5. Composition; 6. Melody; 7. Les Harmoniques; 8. Rhythm; 9. La musique verbale; 10. Recitative; 11. La Dormeuse; Conclusion; Appendix: the composition of La Pythie; Notes; Bibliography; Index.

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