Music, Libraries, and the Academy: Essays in Honor of Lenore Coral

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James P. Cassaro
A-R Editions, Inc., Jan 1, 2007 - Music - 265 pages
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This collection of articles dedicated to the memory of Lenore Coral divides into three sections that focus on her scholarly interests: music of the eighteenth century, music libraries and collections, and new approaches to the musical canon. Many of the seventeen contributions included in the volume are the result of the individual author's connection with Lenore, or were projects that she had been directly involved with, either as dissertation advisor, committee member, or interested observer. The senior scholars and music librarians represented here are testament to the impact of her intellect and influence.
 

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Contents

Mixed Chamber Music of the Classical Period and the Reception
3
A Pilgrims Progress Report Concerning Music in the Classic Era
21
The Ambivalence of Mozarts Countess
31
Mozarts Incidental Music to Lanassa and His Thamos Motets
55
Virtual or Concrete Harmony or Discord?
67
The Age of Jewish Music Collecting
81
Theodore M
105
Back to the Future?
119
Immutable
129
Patterns to Express
143
IAML Honorary Membership Citations for Lenore Coral
185
The Case of La traviata
215
Sir Arthur Faulkner Hears Paganini at Mainz
223
Sacred Music of Orlando di Lasso in Nineteenth
241
La Lenore
260
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