Isaac Albeniz: Portrait of a Romantic

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(between pages 174 and 175; photos by the author, unless otherwise indicated)Frontispiece: Albéniz entertaining friends in Nice (courtesy of Rosina Moya Albéniz de Samsó)
1. Camprodon, in the province of Girona, Catalonia
2. Parish church of Santa Maria, Camprodon, where Albéniz was baptized
3. Young Isaac with his mother Dolores and sisters (from right to left) Blanca, Clementina, and Enriqueta (courtesy of Rosina Moya Albéniz de Samsó)
4. Albéniz (left) and the cellist Augustín Rubio (courtesy of Rosina Moya Albéniz de Samsó)
5. Albéniz as a teenager (courtesy of Rosina Moya Albéniz de Samsó)
6. Conservatoire Royal in Brussels
7. Albéniz's residence at 71 rue Souveraine, in Brussels
8. Albéniz in his early twenties (courtesy of Rosina Moya Albéniz de Samsó)
9. Caricature of Albéniz in La ilustración musical, 1883 (copyright of Biblioteca de Catalunya)
10. Church of Mare de Déu de la Mercè in Barcelona, where Albéniz was married in 1883
11. Albéniz and his wife, Rosina, in the 1880s (courtesy of Rosina Moya Albéniz de Samsó)
12. Plaza Antón Martin, Albéniz's Madrid residence beginning in 1885
13. Albéniz in his late twenties (courtesy of Rosina Moya Albéniz de Samsó)
14. Albéniz during the London years, 1890-3 (courtesy of Rosina Moya Albéniz de Samsó)
15. Francis Burdett Money-Coutts, with Albéniz in the background (courtesy of Rosina Moya Albéniz de Samsó)
16. Albéniz c.1900 (courtesy of Rosina Moya Albéniz de Samsó)
17. Albéniz resting in his studio (courtesy of Rosina Moya Albéniz de Samsó)
18. Albéniz giving a lesson to Clara Sansoni (courtesy of Rosina Moya Albéniz de Samsó)
19. Albéniz composing at the piano (courtesy of Rosina Moya Albéniz de Samsó)
20. Albéniz at dinner with Gabriel Fauré (courtesy of Rosina Moya Albéniz de Samsó)
21. Albéniz and his family with Francis Burdett Money-Coutts (far right), his wife Nellie (wearing a hat), and Enrique Arbós (seated on the ground)
22. Letter from Albéniz to Felip Pedrell, 23 November 1901 (copyright of Biblioteca de Catalunya)
23. Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie in Brussels, scene of Albéniz's 1905 triumph

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • Contents ix
  • List of Plates x
  • List of Tables xii
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • List of Musical Examples xiv
  • Introduction - Step by Step 1
  • 1 - The Phenomenon 1860-1875) 16
  • 2 - With Distinction (1876-1888) 34
  • 3 - Veni, Vidi, Vici (1889-1893) 73
  • 4 - Prophet Without Honour (1894-1895) 109
  • 5 - A Man of Some Importance (1896-1897) 136
  • 6 - The Imperfect Wagnerite (1898-1904) 178
  • 7 - Iberia (1905-1909) 220
  • 8 - The Legacy of Albéniz 268
  • Appendix I 292
  • Appendix II - List of Works 295
  • Bibliography 301
  • Index of Works 311
  • General Index 314
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