Music criticism in Vienna, 1896-1897 : critically moving forms

Sandra McColl

Music Criticism in Vienna records a culture in which musical criticism had achieved the status of a minor art form. The period covered - October 1896 to December 1897 - was an eventful time in Vienna. Bruckner died, then Brahms; Mahler arrived; premieres of works by Czech composers coincided with increasing tension in the Empire between Czechs and Germans; Puccini's La Boheme reached Vienna on its sensational progress around the world; and the great programme music debate continued. These events and issues were recorded and debated by some two dozen critics ranging from Eduard Hanslick, widely credited with (and blamed for) raising music criticism to an art, to Heinrich Schenker. The focus of Sandra McColl's monograph is unashamedly on the critics themselves, and her reconstruction of the climate of debate about whatever music or musicians came to their notice. She illuminates the intellectual climate in which the music was created, performed and received, and provides a foundation for the study of musical criticism in the post-Hanslick generation.

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書名 Music criticism in Vienna, 1896-1897 : critically moving forms
著作者等 McColl, Sandra
シリーズ名 Oxford monographs on music
出版元 Clarendon Press;Oxford University Press
刊行年月 1996
ページ数 xiv, 246 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 0198165641
NCID BA27711750
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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