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Robert Schumann : herald of a "new poetic age"

저자: John Daverio
출판사: New York : Oxford University Press, 1997.
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In Robert Schumann: Herald of a "New Poetic Age," John Daverio presents the first comprehensive study of the composer's life and works to appear in nearly a century. Long regarded as a quintessentially romantic figure, Schumann also has been portrayed as a profoundly tragic one: a composer who began his career as a genius and ended it as a mere talent. Daverio takes issue with this Schumann myth, arguing instead  더 읽기…
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장르/형태: Biographies
명시된 사람: Robert Schumann; Robert Schumann; Robert Schumann
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모든 저자 / 참여자: John Daverio
ISBN: 0195091809 9780195091809
OCLC 번호: 34753472
설명: xi, 607 p. : ill., music ; 25 cm.
내용: The formation of a musico-literary sensibility --
Music as literature --
Music criticism in a new key --
Musical love letters in the higher and smaller forms --
Fierce battles and blissful songs --
The symphonic year, 1841 --
The chamber music year: 1842 --
The oratorio year: 1843 --
Schumann's new way --
The musical dramatist --
Unbounded creativity --
The final phase --
Epilogue: A place to recall Schumann and his music.
책임: John Daverio.
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In Robert Schumann: Herald of a "New Poetic Age," John Daverio presents the first comprehensive study of the composer's life and works to appear in nearly a century. Long regarded as a quintessentially romantic figure, Schumann also has been portrayed as a profoundly tragic one: a composer who began his career as a genius and ended it as a mere talent. Daverio takes issue with this Schumann myth, arguing instead that the composer's entire creative life was guided by the desire to imbue music with the intellectual substance of literature. A close analysis of the interdependence among Schumann's activities as reader, diarist, critic, and musician reveals the depth of his literary sensibility. Drawing on documents only recently brought to light, the author also provides a fresh outlook on the relationship between Schumann's mental illness - which brought on an extended sanitarium stay and eventual death in 1856 - and his musical creativity.

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