- Author:Julian Rushton
- Publisher:Oxford University Press; 1st edition edition (September 27, 2001)
- Pages:384 pages
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The Music of Berlioz has been added to your Cart. As a sequel to the author's earlier study of the same subject, it offers some interesting new views, many of which are based on recently discovered sources, notably the long-lost Messe Solennelle from Berlioz's student years. -Music & Letters. Julian Rushton is a West Riding Professor of Music at University of Leeds.
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The Music of Berlioz offers an overall assessment of Berlioz's musical achievement as we approach the bicentary of his birth in 2003.
Julian Rushton discusses all aspects of his work, without undue emphasis on a few more popular pieces
Julian Rushton discusses all aspects of his work, without undue emphasis on a few more popular pieces. The first section consists of a comprehensive biography of his musical works, tracing shifting patterns of productivity, approaches to genre, and the contrast between works which are aesthetically progressive or retrospective.
Berlioz: Romeo et Juliette. Berlioz: Romeo et jfuliette. Julian Rushton West Riding Professor of Music, The University of Leeds. With the concert-goer, performer and student in mind, the books present essential information on the historical and musical context, the composition, and the performance and reception history of each work, or group of works, as well as critical discussion of the music.
This book is an analytical and critical study of Berlioz's unique musical style. Part III deals with whole musical forms, vocal and instrumental. It does not undertake to analyse all his works, but rather to separate characteristic elements and observe them in action. Berlioz's writings and those of his critics are called upon to help focus the discussion. Part I includes material on the sources of Berlioz's idiosyncrasy and a discussion of fundamental pitch elements. The book includes copious musical illustration, much of it analytical reduction, and the expressive purpose of the features analysed is fully considered.
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The Music of Berlioz (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001) more. Berlioz's failure to win the Prix de Rome in 1829 is usually attributed to the harmonic boldness of his cantata, Cléopâtre
The Music of Berlioz (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001) more. Berlioz's failure to win the Prix de Rome in 1829 is usually attributed to the harmonic boldness of his cantata, Cléopâtre. See the preceding article in this collection.
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