The Cambridge History of Nineteenth-Century Music

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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Notes on Contributors ix
  • Editor's Preface xiii
  • Part One - 1800–1850 1
  • 1 - The Musical Work and Nineteenth-Century History 3
  • Bibliography *
  • 2 - Music and the Rise of Aesthetics 29
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  • 3 - The Profession of Music 55
  • Bibliography 85
  • 4 - The Opera Industry 87
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  • 5 - The Construction of Beethoven 118
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  • 6 - Music and the Poetic 151
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  • 7 - The Invention of Tradition 178
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  • 8 - Choral Music 213
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  • 9 - The Consumption of Music 237
  • Bibliography 258
  • 10 - The Great Composer 259
  • Bibliography 283
  • Part Two - 1850–1900 285
  • 11 - Progress, Modernity and the Concept of an Avant-Garde 287
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  • 12 - Music as Ideal: the Aesthetics of Autonomy 318
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  • 13 - The Structures of Musical Life 343
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  • 14 - Opera and Music Drama 371
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  • 15 - Beethoven Reception: the Symphonic Tradition 424
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  • 16 - Words and Music in Germany and France 460
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  • 17 - Chamber Music and Piano 500
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  • 18 - Choral Culture and the Regeneration of the Organ 522
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  • 19 - Music and Social Class 544
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  • 20 - Nations and Nationalism 568
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  • 21 - Styles and Languages Around the Turn of the Century 601
  • Bibliography 620
  • Chronology 621
  • Institutions 659
  • Personalia 689
  • Index 747
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