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The Cambridge Mozart Encyclopedia epub

by Cliff Eisen,Simon P. Keefe


The Cambridge Mozart Encyclopedia epub

ISBN: 0521712378

ISBN13: 978-0521712378

Author: Cliff Eisen,Simon P. Keefe

Category: Photo

Subcategory: Music

Language: English

Publisher: Cambridge University Press (November 19, 2007)

Pages: 674 pages

ePUB book: 1923 kb

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Rating: 4.1

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Only 7 left in stock (more on the way). the Salieri Scandal, his medical history, even the omnipresent Austrian Mozartkugeln!) that.

Mozart's enduring popularity, among music lovers as a composer and among music historians as a subject for continued study, lies at the heart of The Cambridge Mozart Encyclopedia. This reference book functions both as a starting point for information on specific works, people, places and concepts as well as a summation of current thinking about Mozart. The extended articles on genres reflect the latest in scholarship and new ways of thinking about the works while the articles on people and places provide historical framework, as well as interpretation.

Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Online publication date: June 2012. Mozart's enduring popularity, among music lovers as a composer and among music historians as a subject for continued study, lies at the heart of The Cambridge Mozart Encyclopedia.

The Cambridge Mozart Encyclopedia (Paperback). If all such gifts come as beautifully packaged as this one, it will indeed give Mozart lovers something to sing about the ultimate contribution to Mozart this year. The paper exudes quality and the entries are deft and well-organised.

Publishing Info: Cambridge, : Cambridge University Press, 2006. Additional Info: 1. Eisen, Cliff. Notes: Includes bibliographical references. Physical Info: xii, 662 p. ; 24 cm. Konu Başlığı: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756 - 1791 - Encyclopedias.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Konrad, Ulrich (2006) "Compositional method," in Cliff Eisen and Simon P. Keefe, The Cambridge Mozart Encyclopedia. Keefe, Simon P. (2006) "Rochlitz, (Johann) Friedrich," in Cliff Eisen and Simon P. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Niemetschek, Franz (1798), Leben des . Kapellmeisters Wolfgang Gottlieb Mozart, nach Originalquellen beschrieben. Solomon, Maynard (1995) Mozart: A Life. New York: Harper Perennial

The Cambridge Mozart Encyclopedia. Cliff Eisen, Simon P. Keefe. Previously, Keefe (music, City Univ.

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The predicted avalanche of Mozart literature (published to coincide with the composer’s 250th birthday on January 27) is likely to overwhelm us. Hard on the heels of Jane Glover’s Mozart’s Women last autumn - an ingenious approach to this most feminist of composers and the female influences on his life and art - we have David Cairns’s latest thoughts on Mozart’s operas, a new entry by Julian Rushton in OUP’s Master Musicians series and, from the same publishing house, the first half.

Mozart's enduring popularity, among music lovers as a composer and among music historians as a subject for continued study, lies at the heart of The Cambridge Mozart Encyclopedia. This reference book functions both as a starting point for information on specific works, people, places and concepts as well as a summation of current thinking about Mozart. The extended articles on genres reflect the latest in scholarship and new ways of thinking about the works while the articles on people and places provide historical framework, as well as interpretation.
This excellent book proves to be a most valuable resource for the research required in writing program notes. And in paperback form, it is quite a bargain. Though its information is scattered into an impressively wide range of topics appropriate to an encyclopedia, the thorough index provides all the cross-references to any chosen topic one could desire. The coverage is both accurate and up-to-date (published 2006), so far as the present musicologist can tell. It reads well, fascinatingly so. I recommend it highly for anyone with a deep interest in Mozart and his music. Though it may well be found in any good music library, it is also a most worthy addition to one's home library, where it will also provide compelling reading.
I would definitely recommend this book. It is clear and concisely written and very informative. It is also well laid out and sticks to the facts, not conjecture.
Just opened the book for the first time and already found 2 mistakes. Under piano sonatas: k. 279, 2nd movement is in the parallel minor, not subdominant as the text implies. Also, k. 310 2nd movement is not in the relative major, but is in the major VI of A-minor. Hardly a reliable source for program notes or research. I'm wary as I read any more of that book.
For those brave souls who are willing to see this beautifully written and designed volume as a major investment for the library, the treasures in store here are plentiful. As the title suggests this is a compendium of all that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote - operas, chamber works, choral works, symphonies, overtures, concerti - they are all here.

Wisely Editors Cliff Eisen and Simon P. Keefe did not venture to write all the entries themselves, but instead solicited some superb essayists, historians, musicologists, and academicians to take us through not only the various works Mozart composed, but also the bits and particles of his life and legacy (e.g. the Salieri Scandal, his medical history, even the omnipresent Austrian Mozartkugeln!) that contribute to the readability of this volume.

Plan to spend time as you wish to pick up this heavy tome and turn to any page at all. Whether analyses of his opera plots and characteristics or performance practices or various composer's plagiarisms or just good gossip suit the tone of the time allotted, there is something to treasure on every page. This is a very fine book, well bound to support a long shelf life of repeated readings, and certainly worthy of inclusion in every Mozartean's library! Highly recommended. Grady Harp, July 06
I shall need time to appreciate the book. Entries already read are excellent.