Writings on Music - Vol. 3

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • The Schoenberg Idea v
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Part I - General Articles 1
  • 1. - Modern Music: an Airplane View 3
  • 2. - Music in Cuba 6
  • 3. - Four Modernist Composers 12
  • 4. - Modern Italian Music 17
  • 5. - The Status of the Latin American Composer 23
  • 6. - The New World of Dodecaphonic Music 50
  • 7. - Introductory Essay 56
  • 8. - The Marvelous Season 1912-1913 66
  • 9. - New Music in Greece 73
  • 10. - Music for a Twentieth-Century Violinist 85
  • 11. - Introduction 99
  • Part II - Individual Composers 127
  • 12. - Modern Immortals 129
  • 13. - Caturla of Cuba 134
  • 14. - Chou Wen-Chung 138
  • 15. - Henry Cowell 148
  • 16. - Howard Hanson: the “american Sibelius” 153
  • 17. - Charles Ives 157
  • 18. - Ulysses Kay 170
  • 19. - Benjamin Lees in Excelsis 180
  • 20. - Conlon Nancarrow: Complicated Problem-Drastic Solution 190
  • 21. - Walter Piston 194
  • 22. - Wallingford Riegger 196
  • 23. - Roger Sessions 199
  • 24. - Géométrie Sonore: Edgar Varèse 204
  • 25. - Heitor Villa-Lobos 217
  • Part III - Monograph 229
  • 26. - Roy Harris: Cimarron Composer 231
  • Index 335
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