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Stravinsky : a creative spring : Russia and France, 1882-1934

著者: Stephen Walsh
出版: New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 1999.
エディション/フォーマット:   書籍 : Biography : English : 1st edすべてのエディションとフォーマットを見る
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Widely regarded the greatest composer of the twentieth century, Igor Stravinsky was central to the development of modernism in art. Deeply influential and wonderfully productive, he is remembered for dozens of masterworks, from The Firebird and The Rite of Spring to The Rake's Progress, but no dependable biography of him exists. Previous studies have relied too heavily on his own unreliable memoirs and  続きを読む
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ジャンル/形式: Biography
Biographies
関連の人物: Igor Stravinsky; Igor Féodorovitch Stravinski; Igor Stravinsky; Igor Stravinsky
資料の種類: Biography, インターネット資料
ドキュメントの種類: 図書, インターネットリソース
すべての著者/寄与者: Stephen Walsh
ISBN: 0679414843 9780679414841
OCLC No.: 42774503
物理形態: xvii, 698 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
コンテンツ: The Polish singer --
The Kryukov Canal --
Nests of gentle folk --
A polyphony of teachers --
The Belyayevtsi --
Acts of creation --
Katya and Max --
First and last performances --
The impresario and the nightingale --
Birds of a feather --
The puppeteers --
The right man in the right place --
Rue sacre du printemps --
Petrushka meets Pierrot --
Fisticuffs and a bad oyster --
The nightingale and not the lark --
Fragments of Old Russia --
A fox among the vines --
Never more go home --
Who owes the piper calls the tune --
Cherchez la femme --
Guises and disguises --
Four pianos and a wedding --
Words speak loud, actions louder --
"O my America! My new-found land" --
The girl from Leningrad --
The priest and the oracle --
A very macabre present --
Apollo in the library --
Death of a showman --
A passage of rights --
The age of anxiety --
Descent and rebirth.
責任者: Stephen Walsh.
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Widely regarded the greatest composer of the twentieth century, Igor Stravinsky was central to the development of modernism in art. Deeply influential and wonderfully productive, he is remembered for dozens of masterworks, from The Firebird and The Rite of Spring to The Rake's Progress, but no dependable biography of him exists. Previous studies have relied too heavily on his own unreliable memoirs and conversations, and until now no biographer has possessed both the musical knowledge to evaluate his art and the linguistic proficiency needed to explore the documentary background of his life--a life whose span extended from tsarist Russia to Switzerland, France, and ultimately the United States. In this revealing volume, the first of two, Stephen Walsh follows Stravinsky from his birth in 1882 to 1934. He traces the composer's early Russian years in new and fascinating detail, laying bare the complicated relationships within his family and showing how he first displayed his extraordinary talents within the provincial musical circle around his teacher, Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov. Stravinsky's brilliantly creative involvement with the Ballets Russes is illuminated by a sharp sense of the internal artistic politics that animated the group. Portraying Stravinsky's circumstances as an émigré in France trying to make his living as a conductor and pianist as well as a composer while beset by emotional and financial demands, Walsh reveals the true roots of his notorious obsession with money during the 1920s and describes with sympathy the nature of his long affair with Vera Sudeykina. While always respecting Stravinsky's own insistence that life and art be kept distinct, Stravinsky makes clear precisely how the development of his music was connected to his life and to the intellectual environment in which he found himself. But at the same time it demonstrates the composer's remarkably pragmatic psychology, which led him to consider the welfare of his art to be of paramount importance, before which everything else had to give way. Hence, for example, his questionable attitude toward Hitler and Mussolini, and his reputation as a touchy, unpredictable man as famous for his enmities as for his friendships. Stephen Walsh, long established as an expert on Stravinsky's music, has drawn upon a vast array of material, much of it unpublished or unavailable in English, to bring the man himself, in all his color and genius, to glowing life. Written with elegance and energy, comprehensive, balanced, and original, Stravinsky is essential reading for anyone interested in the adventure of art in our time [Publisher description]

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