Nineteenth-century Music: Selected Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference
Jim Samson, Bennett Zon
Ashgate, 2002 - Music - 373 pages
This selection of essays represents a wide cross section of the papers given at the Tenth International Conference on Nineteenth-Century Music held at the University of Bristol in 1998. Sections include thematic groupings of work on musical meaning, Wagner, Liszt, musical culture in France, music and nation, and women and music.
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Music as Natural Language in the Moral Order
Wagner and Mendelssohn
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