Maurice Ravel: A Guide to Research

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Author Index
A. C., R147
A.M., R400
Abbate, Carolyn, J115
Abbiati, Franco, J56
Abravanel, Claude, B137
Abt, Christiane, E166
Ackere, Jules van, B17, B32, E135, E148, E333, J86
Adorno, Theodor, E162, R432
Aguettant, Louis, E205
Aho, Kalevi, J148
Akeret, Kurt, B47, B150, J127
Alajouanine, Théophile, J39
Albrecht, Norbert, J104
Allard, Roger, E85
Alvar-Harding, Charles, R391
André, José, R55
Anissimov, Myriam, Ed., C18, E47
Appia, Edmond, E86
Armstrong, Everhardt, R300
Arnauld, Gérald, E167
Arnoux, André, R33
Aubert, Louis, E2
Aubin, Tony (et al.), C16, E200
Auric, Georges, J49, R278
Austin, William W., B131
Babaïan, Marguerite, E3
Bachelet, Alfred, E54
Baer, Susan Irene, B162
Banès, Antoine, R250
Barbier, Pierre-E., E308
Barhyte, Helen, R301
Baron, Bernard, J119
Barraud, Henry, B120
Bartók, Béla, E87
Baruzi, Joseph, R268, R274
Bathori, Jane, E4
Baud-Bovy, Samuel, E43, E230
Baudo, Etienne, E264
Baur, Steven, J116
Bellaigue, Camille, R162
Benjamin, George, J171
Berger, Paul, R443
Berkeley, Lennox, J98
Bernac, Pierre, B65, E262
Bernard, Robert, E5, E80, E88, J57, J74, R365
Bernier, René, E287
Beucler, André, B112
Beyer, Richard, B39
Bidou, Henry, E89
Bird, Steven Carl, B179
Bizet, R., R22, R23
Blacque-Belair, M. Godebska, E6
Blanche, Jacques-Émile, E318, R84
Bloch, Richard, E127, J81
Blum, Léon, R148
Böhmer, Helga, J133
Boll, André, E195
Bond, Bruce, E350
Bondeville, Emmanuel, B134
Bónis, F., J88
Bonnaure, Jacques, Ed., C12
Bordays, Christiane Le, E181, E184, J102
Borren, Charles van den, E90
Boschot, Adolphe, E65, R163
Bosquet, Émile, E257
Boulez, Pierre, J105, J128

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Table of contents

  • Routledge Music Bibliographies ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vi
  • Contents ix
  • Part I - Contexts 1
  • Biographical Essay 3
  • Historical Chronology 21
  • Part II - Literature 37
  • Books and Monographs 39
  • Collective Volumes 93
  • Essays, Chapters, and Contributions within Books, Monographs, and Singular Collective Volumes 103
  • Articles and Contributions within Journals or Periodicals 175
  • Part III - Sources 217
  • Criticism 219
  • Correspondence 309
  • Music 317
  • Indexes 375
  • Author Index 377
  • Proper Names Index 387
  • Works Index 401
  • Subject Index 405
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