The Faust legend in music and literature, Volume 1
An interdisciplinary examination of the musico-literary interstices of the Faust legend, including works by German, French, and Italian authors, composers, and librettists.
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aesthetic Arrigo Boito artistic Barker piano reduction Beethoven's Boito Busoni character chorus circle of fifths composer composer's composition concept contrapuntal counterpoint creative daimon demonic deterministic Devil Doktor Faust emphasis Erdgeist eternal evolution Faust legend Faust's death Faustbuch Ferruccio Ferruccio Busoni Freiheit Friedrich Friedrich Nietzsche German Goethe Goethe's drama Goethe's Faust Goethe's text Gott Gounod Gretchen tragedy Hauptspiel Hector Berlioz Helen historical homophony Hungarian Ibid intellectual Kaisersaschern Kretzschmar Leben Lenau's Faust Lenau's poetry Leverkuhn librettists libretto Liszt literary Lowe-Porter magic manifestation Mann Margherita Marguerite Mefistofele Meph Mephistopheles Musik nature Nietzsche Nikolaus Lenau novel objective opera pact Petri-von Zadora piano philosophical Prologue in Heaven protagonist remarks romantic romanticism salvation scene Schleppfuss Spies students from Crakow style subjective theology Thomas Mann's three students Tolna tonal transcendence translated by Walter Traum University Press Valentine Vorspiel Wagner Walpurgis Night Werke Witches Sabbath York Zadora piano score Zeitblom