The Cambridge history of nineteenth-century music

Corporate Author: Cambridge University Press.
Other Authors: Samson, Jim., Cambridge histories online.
Format: Online Book
Language: English
Published: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2001.
Series: Cambridge history of music.
Online Access: Online version
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Table of Contents:
  • The musical work and nineteenth-century history / Jim Samson
  • Music and the rise of aesthetics / Andrew Bowie
  • The profession of music / John Rink
  • The opera industry / Roger Parker
  • The construction of Beethoven / K.M. Knittel
  • Music and the poetic / Julian Rushton
  • The invention of tradition / John Irving
  • Choral music / John Butt
  • The consumption of music / Derek Carew
  • The great composer / Jim Samson
  • Progress, modernity and the concept of an avant-garde / John Williamson
  • Music as ideal: the aesthetics of autonomy / Max Paddison
  • The structures of musical life / Katharine Ellis
  • Opera and music drama / Thomas Grey
  • Beethoven reception: the symphonic tradition / James Hepokoski
  • Words and music in Germany and France / Susan Youens
  • Chamber music and piano / Jonathan Dunsby
  • Choral culture and the regeneration of the organ / John Butt
  • Music and social class / Derek B. Scott
  • Nations and nationalism / Jim Samson
  • Styles and languages around the turn of the century / Anthony Pople
  • Chronology / Sarah Hibberd
  • Institutions / Sarah Hibberd
  • Personalia / Sarah Hibberd.