Index
Adorno, Theodor33, 67 n., 79
d'Albert, Eugène2, 15
Tiefland 3
Altenberg, Peter4
Altmann, Wilhelm12
Aristotle42
Bacon, Francis21
Bahr, Hermann20, 139 n.
Bahr-Mildenburg, Anna107, 139 n., 148 n., 201, 211, 254
Bailey, Robert74-5
Bales, Suzanne52
Beecham, Sir Thomas8
Beer-Hofmann, Richard20
Beethoven, Ludwig van: 3rd Symphony 33
Bekker, Paul1, 2, 8, 10-11, 13, 14, 195, 204, 217
Berg, Alban: Wozzeck159
Bertens, Rosa52 n.
Ble, Oskar10, 14
Bittner, Julius2, 3
Blech, Leo2, 3
Brahm, Otto31
Brahms, Johannes206-7
Breuer, Josef28
Bungert, August2
Chalmers, K.221
Corinth, Lovis52 n.
Cornelius, Peter3
Der Barbier voit Baggdad54, 236
Dehmel, Richard4, 50
Del Mar, Norman51
Edward VII8
Erken, Gilnther55
Erwin, Charlotte111-12, 114
Euripides 23
Ewen, David107
Eysoldt, Gertrude18-19, 31-2, 49, 52 n., 53-4, 241
Fassbender, Zdenka65
Fiechtner, Helmut52
Freud, Sigmund4, 28, 30, 42
Fürstner6, 61-2, 64, 115, 239
Geissler, F. A.9, 10
George, Stefan20-1
Goldmark, Karl2, 15
Gorky, Maxim4
Gould, Glenn74
Gregor Joseph36, 54, 57
Hammerstein, Oscar6
Heuberger, Richard2
Höflich, Lucie52 n.
Hofmannsthal, Hugo von4, 9-12, 13-14, 18-24, 26-36, 41-2, 44-8, 49-57, 59, 61-3, 65, 66, 67, 75-7, 86, 88, 93, 97, 104, 106, 107, 108, 114, 118, 120, 131-2, 137, 139, 148, 163, 175, 197, 210, 211, 219-23, 226-7, 231-4, 236-9
Hogarth, William184 n., 246
Holland, G. M.221
Humperdinck, Engelbert2, 3
Hänsel und Gretel4
Kalisch, Alfred7, 12, 14-15, 110, 206
Kennedy, Michael51
Kienzl, Wilhelm2, 3, 15
Klein, Josef52n.
Klimit, Gustav4
Klose, Friedrich2, 3
Kohler, Stephan200 n.
Kraus, Karl4
Krause, Ernst50-1
Kruse, Max 52 n.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Editor's Preface vii
  • Author's Preface ix
  • Contents xv
  • List of Illustrations xvii
  • Abbreviations xviii
  • 1 - Context and Critical Reception 1
  • 2 - From Play to LIbretto 18
  • 3 - Elektra Chronology 49
  • 4 - Elektra: Summary of Tonal Structure 67
  • 5 - The Annotated Elektra LIbretto: Strauss's Preliminary Musical Thought 107
  • 6 - The Elektra Sketches 164
  • 7 - The Final Scene: Genesis and Structure 206
  • Appendix I: Elektra Chronicle 236
  • Appendix II: Sketchbook Inventories 242
  • Works Cited 257
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