Maurice Ravel: A Guide to Research

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Subject Index
(See also Table of Contents, topical categories.)
Absolute music, E218
Académie des Beaux-Arts, B24
Aeolian Company (France), Ravel recording, R456
Aesthetics, French musical, E156
Aesthetics, Ravel, see Style and/or Aesthetics
Alchemy, J100
America: audiences in, R387; influences of, advertising B169, R5; Prohibition in, R46, R47; Ravel’s tour in, 1928 B7, B16, B44, B133, B174, B204, E1, E44, J1, J203, R16, R30, R41–R44, R46–R51, R270, R300–R311, R313–R350, R385–R389, R446–R455
American composers, R16, R41
American music, R51
American musical future, R39
American musical identity, R49
American opera, R387
American symphony orchestras, R48, R387
Americans in Paris, B143
Analysis, perceptual, J161
Anthropology, of music, J136
Apaches, Les, B1, B16, B99, B112, E13, E26, E73, E320, E323, J9, J14, J35, J62, J184, R289, R368
Arabesque, E135
Arc de Triomphe, Paris, B134
Archaism, in Ravel’s style, B55, E213, J112, J167, R247, R287
Architecture, harmonic, E235
Architecture, Ravel’s musical, B53, B54, B172, E187, E193, E219, E222, E231, J97, J99, J121, J137, J162, R48, R79, R86, R119, R145, R207, R259, R421, R432
Argentina, Jane Bathori, during war, B158
“Arrière pensée,” in music, B167, R1
Art Deco, Ravel’s room chez brother Édouard, B7
Art, Paris 1875–1925, B143
Artificiality, in Ravel’s style, B30, B111
Athens, National Conservatory, E58
Automobiles, E7, J11
Avant-garde, French, B85
Bal Bullier, Paris, Ravel recording 1930
Ballet, see Dance
Ballets Russes, B99, B132, R193, R195, R196, R201, R202, R214, R216, R225, R409
Basques, country and culture, B20, B26, E20, E40, E48, E188, J11, J13
Bechstein, pianos, R367
Belgium, Ravel in, C27, E96, E287, R263
Belle Époque, Paris, B121, B122
Bibliothèque Nationale de France, C8, C11
Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, R316
Bitonality, in Ravel, B91
Blues, J88, R16, R315, R322, R329, R439
Boston Symphony Orchestra, E1, R305, R337, R388

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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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