Listening well : on Beethoven, Berlioz, and other music criticism in Paris, Boston, and New York, 1764-1890 /
- Listening well : on Beethoven, Berlioz, and other music criticism in Paris, Boston, and New York, 1764-1890 /
- Saloman, Ora Frishberg, 1938-
- New York : c2009.
- New England Conservatory
- Paris. Chabanon and Chastellux on music and language, 1764-73 ; Lacépède, critical contemporary of Chabanon : divergent perspectives in the music treatises of 1785 ; French revolutionary perspectives on Chabanon's De la musique of 1785 ; Classic and romantic : Berlioz's "Aperçu" (1830) and musical modernity in Paris during the 1820s ; Chrétien Urhan and Beethoven's Ninth symphony in Paris, 1838 ; Literary and musical aspects of the hero's Romance in Berlioz's Benvenuto Cellini, 1838 ; "The harmony of opposites" : characterizing Cellini's apprentice -- Boston and New York. Margaret Fuller on musical life in Boston and in New York, 1841-46 ; American writers on Beethoven, 1838-49 : Dwight, Fuller, Cranch, Story ; Fink, Hach, and Dwight's Beethoven in 1843-44 ; Dwight, transatlantic connections, and the American premiere of Beethoven's Ninth symphony in New York, 1846 ; Presenting Berlioz's music in New York, 1846-90 : Carl Bergmann, Theodore Thomas, Leopold Damrosch.
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New England Conservatory Spaulding Library
ML403 .S33 2009