Isaac Albeniz: Portrait of a Romantic

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List of Tables
1. Divergent accounts of major events in Albéniz's early career13
2. Albéniz's programme at the Salón Romero in Madrid, 24 January 188659
3. Albéniz's repertoire in 1886 (according to Guerra y Alarcón)60
4. Albéniz's works list in 1886 (according to Guerra y Alarcón)61
5. Cast of The Magic Opal, premiere, London, Lyric Theatre, 19 January 189386
6. Cast of The Magic Ring, premiere, London, Prince of Wales's Theatre, 11 April 189394
7. Cast of Enrico Clifford (Henry Clifford), premiere, Barcelona, Gran Teatre del Liceu, 8 May 1895130
8. Cast of Pepita Jiménez, premiere, Barcelona, Gran Teatre del Liceu, 5 January 1896159
9. Cast of Pepita Jiménez, Prague, Neues Deutsches Landestheater, 22 May 1897171
10. Cast of Pepita Jiménez, Brussels, Théâatre Royal de la Monnaie, 3 January 1905221
11. Premieres of Iberia performed by Blanche Selva248
12. Amounts paid by Courts to Albéniz, 1894-1908256
13. Cast of Merlin, premiere, Barcelona, Tívoli, 1950269

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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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