Music Criticism in Vienna, 1896-1897: Critically Moving Forms

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Index
--tr-- 22, 30, 112
a.p.30
on Puccini, La Bohème207, 211
on Smetana, Dalibor117
on Wagner117
and Wagnerism 117
Abegg, Werner216
Abel, Hedwig15, 22, 30, 32
on Bruckner130
Hagen on 130
and Hanslick23 n., 214
and Heuberger23 n.
and Kalbeck23
on pianists 60
on Smetana, Dalibor115
on Wagner115, 165
Adam, Adolphe68
Akademischer Gesangverein 35-6, 128
Anders, K., see Kauders, Albert
anti-Semitism 18-19, 21-2
and Mahler32, 87, 100-7, 112
Arbetier-Zeitung14, 19, 28
on Bruckner88
Auber, Daniel-François-Esprit68
Bach, Johann Sebastian:
and Brahms4
and classical 'canon' 113, 125
and Dvořák182
in Philharmonic concerts 47
and programme music 188
in recitals of pianists 56-7
St Matthew Passion42
Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann57
Badeni, Kasimir14, 17, 20
language ordinances of 87-9, 94, 98-9
Bahr, Hermann13-14
ballet 70-1
Barde, Arthur149-52
Bartók, Béla221
Batka, Richard127
Bauer, Dr A.13
Baumfeld, Moriz18, 30
Bayer, Josef70-1, 112
Bayreuth 21, 65, 108, 112, 129
beauty 179, 182-3, 200, 221
Beethoven, Ludwig van:
and Bruckner124-5, 131-2, 140, 173
in chamber music recitals 54-5, 60
and classical 'canon' 54, 112-13, 60
in concerts of the Berlin Philharmonic 48
Fidelio68, 70, 72, 81, 97, 112, 116
grave of 37, 39
Hagen on 131-2
Hanslick on 114, 138
and Haydn173
Helm on 138
Heuberger on 140
Horn on 142
Overture 'Egmont', Op. 84 53
Overture 'Leonore No. 3' 51
in Philharmonic concerts 47, 64
Piano Sonata in C sharp minor, Op. 27/2 66
Piano Sonata in C major, Op. 53, 'Waldstein' 66
and programme music 188, 192
Puchstein on 97, 117
in recitals of pianists 56-7, 103
Schenker on 162, 188
and Smetana91, 95, 97, 114, 116, 182
and Strauss142
Symphony No. 1 in C major, Op. 21 53
Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. 36 131-2
Symphony No. 3 in E flat major, Op. 55 'Eroica' 142
Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67 48, 51, 138, 141
Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125 43, 173
and Wagner112-13
Wallaschek on 171
Benedikt, Moritz16
Bératon, Ferry23, 30, 32
on Bruckner128-9, 164
Berg, Alban, Wozzeck221
Bergheim, see Gaigg von Bergheim
Berlin Philharmonic 48-52
Berlioz, Hector:
and Dvořák193
Hanslick on 150 n.
Helm on 193
Kralik on 160, 191-2
and Liszt120
Lvovský on 183
in Philharmonic concerts 47
programme music of 188-9, 191-2
Schenker on 163, 188-9
and Strauss183
Biedermann, Therèse81
Billroth, Theodor37
Bizet, Georges68

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Contents xii
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I- Papers, Critics, and Events 9
  • 1- The Papers and the Critics 11
  • 2- The Richness of Everyday Life 33
  • Part II- Politics, Civil and Artistic 85
  • 3- Civil Politics and Musical Opinion 87
  • 4- The Politics of Art In The Aftermath of Wagner 108
  • Part III- Beneath the Rhetoric 167
  • 5- The 'Canon' in the Concert Hall 169
  • 6- Opera, Drama, and The Artwork of the Future 199
  • Conclusion 223
  • Bibliography 229
  • Index 233
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