The Cambridge companion to Mahler

Corporate Author: Cambridge collections online.
Other Authors: Barham, Jeremy, 1963-
Format: Online Book
Language: English
Published: Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Series: Cambridge companions to music.
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Online Access: Online version
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction :
  • marginalia on Mahler today /
  • Jeremy Barham
  • Socio-political landscapes : reception and biography /
  • Peter Franklin
  • The literary and philosophical worlds of Gustav Mahler /
  • Morten Solvik
  • Music and aesthetics : the programmatic issue /
  • Vera Micznik
  • Juvenilia and early works : from the first song fragments to Das klagende lied /
  • Jeremy Barham
  • Song and symphony (I). Lieder und gesänge volume 1, Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen and the First symphony : compositional patterns for the future /
  • Zoltan Roman
  • Song and song-symphony (I). Des Knaben Wunderhorn and the Second, Third and Fourth symphonies : music of heaven and earth /
  • Peter Revers
  • Song and symphony (II). From Wunderhorn to Rückert and the middle-period symphonies : vocal and instrumental works for a new century /
  • Stephen E. Hefling
  • The 'greatest' and the 'most personal' : the Eighth symphony and Das Lied von der Erde /
  • Christian Wildhagen
  • The last works /
  • Jörg Rothkamm
  • Mahler as conductor in the opera house and concert hall /
  • Herta Blaukopf
  • Arrangements and Retuschen : Mahler and Werktreue /
  • David Pickett
  • Issues in Mahler reception : historicism and misreadings after 1960 /
  • Christoph Metzger
  • The history of the International Gustav Mahler Society in Vienna and the Complete critical edition /
  • Reinhold Kubik
  • Musical languages of love and death : Mahler's compositional legacy /
  • Stephen Downes
  • Mahler conducted and recorded : from the concert hall to DVD /
  • Lewis M. Smoley
  • New research paths in criticism, analysis, and interpretation /
  • John Williamson.