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Baudelaire in song : 1880-1930

Author: Helen Abbott
Publisher: Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2017.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"Taking the work of the major nineteenth-century French poet Charles Baudelaire (1821-67) as its main impetus, the volume examines how Baudelaire's poetry has inspired composers of all genres across the globe, from the 1860s to the present day. The case studies focus on Baudelaire song sets by European composers between 1880 and 1930, specifically Maurice Rollinat, Gustave Charpentier, Alexander Gretchaninov, Louis  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Musical settings
Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Music
Additional Physical Format: Print version :
Named Person: Charles Baudelaire; Charles Baudelaire; Charles Baudelaire; Charles Baudelaire
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Helen Abbott
ISBN: 0192513648 9780192513649 9780191836169 0191836168
OCLC Number: 1008772086
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: ""Cover""; ""Baudelaire in Song: 1880-1930""; ""Copyright""; ""Preface and Acknowledgements""; ""Contents""; ""List of Figures""; ""List of Tables""; ""1: Baudelaire's Musical Contexts: Approaches to Analysing Poetry's Relationship with Music""; ""What kind of poetry? what kind of music?""; ""Some slippery definitions: interart analogies""; ""Deep connections between words and music""; ""2: Baudelaire's Assemblage: A New Model for Analysing Poetry-as-song""; ""SONG-AS-ASSEMBLAGE: COMBINATION AND CONNECTIVITY"" ""BRIDGING METHODOLOGICAL GAPS: TRANSLATION THEORY, ADAPTATION THEORY, AND WORD/MUSIC THEORY""""WORKING TOWARDS A NEW MODEL FOR SONG ANALYSIS: INCORPORATING PERFORMANCE""; ""CONNECTIVITY FROM COMBINATION: THE PERMANENCE AND STRENGTH OF BONDS""; ""EVALUATING SONG""; ""3: Repackaging Baudelaire""; ""SURVEY OF BAUDELAIRE SETTINGS""; ""REPUBLICATION AND REPACKAGING AS SONG""; ""PRACTICAL OR AESTHETIC CONCERNS: THE SONG SET""; ""4: Maurice Rollinat""; ""Analysis stage 1: adhesion strength test""; ""Metre/Prosody""; ""Metrical Accent""; ""Note-per-syllable""; ""Mute e""; ""Structure""; ""Form"" ""Phrasing""""Relationship Between Vocal and Piano Lines""; ""Enjambement""; ""Sound Repetition""; ""Small-scale Repetition""; ""Large-scale Repetition""; ""Melodic Doubling""; ""Original Musical Material""; ""Semantics""; ""Performance Options""; ""Breathing Spaces""; ""Liaison""; ""Analysis stage 2: accretion/dilution""; ""5: Gustave Charpentier""; ""Analysis stage 1: adhesion strength test""; ""Metre/Prosody""; ""Metrical Accent""; ""Note-per-syllable""; ""Mute e""; ""Structure""; ""Form""; ""Phrasing""; ""Relationship Between Vocal and Piano Lines""; ""Enjambement""; ""Sound Repetition"" ""Small-scale Repetition""""Large-scale Repetition""; ""Melodic Doubling""; ""Original Musical Material""; ""Semantics""; ""Performance Options""; ""Breathing Spaces""; ""Liaison""; ""Analysis stage 2: accretion/dilution""; ""6: Alexander Gretchaninov""; ""Analysis stage 1: adhesion strength test""; ""Metre/Prosody""; ""Metrical Accent""; ""Note-per-syllable""; ""Mute e""; ""Structure""; ""Form""; ""Phrasing""; ""Relationship Between Vocal and Piano Lines""; ""Enjambement""; ""Sound Repetition""; ""Small-scale Repetition""; ""Large-scale Repetition""; ""Melodic Doubling"" ""Original Musical Material""""Semantics""; ""Performance Options""; ""Breathing Spaces""; ""Liaison""; ""Analysis stage 2: accretion/dilution""; ""7: Louis Vierne""; ""Analysis stage 1: adhesion strength test""; ""Metre/Prosody""; ""Metrical Accent""; ""Note-per-syllable""; ""Mute e""; ""Structure""; ""Form""; ""Phrasing""; ""Relationship Between Vocal and Piano Lines""; ""Enjambement""; ""Sound Repetition""; ""Small-scale Repetition""; ""Large-scale Repetition""; ""Melodic Doubling""; ""Original Musical Material""; ""Semantics""; ""Performance Options""; ""Breathing Spaces""; ""Liaison""
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This book looks at a key 50-year period (1880-1930) in France and Europe, to see how and why Baudelaire's poetry has been set to music in classical music, how composers have completely manipulated  Read more...

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