Isaac Albeniz: Portrait of a Romantic

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General Index
Ajero y Amatey, Feliciano Primo25
Albacete, Albéniz's concerts in 31
Albéniz y Basanta, Pedro17-18
Método completo para piano18
Albéniz de Samsó, Rosina Moya46, 52, 281
Albéniz, Alfonso3, 263
birth of 57
Albéniz y Gauna, Angel Lucio9, 27, 28, 30, 34, 37, 44, 52
(biography of 18-19
death of 194
employment history of 21, 22, 24-5, 26, 35, 45
extramarital affair of 46
poem to Albéniz of 29
transfer to Cuba of 32-3
writings of 19-20
Albéniz, Blanca (daughter), birth of 57
death of 60
Albéniz, Blanca (sister) 9, 21, 23, 25
suicide of 30
Albéniz, Clementina21, 22, 23, 46 n., 194
Albéniz, Dolores20, 21, 23, 46
ancestry of 20
death of 194
Albéniz, Enriqueta (daughter) 75
Albéniz, Enriqueta (sister) 21, 23-4
Albéniz, Laura31, 77, 224, 281
Albéniz y Pascual, Isaac Manuel Francisco
activities of in Madrid in 1902210-12
assessment of own operas of 274-6
assistance to Chausson of 164-5
Berlin concerts of in 189283-4
birth and early years in Camprodon and Barcelona of 21-4
Catalan lyric theatre project of 205-6
comparison of to other Spanish composers 281-2, 283-4
comparisons of to Mozart27-8
composition of Iberia by 225, 231, 235
concerts of at 1888 Exposición Universal 72
concerts in Barcelona organized by 134-5
concerts of in Greater Antilles 31-3, 45
concerts of in London 1889-9275-83
connections with Freemasonry of 17, 27
contract for La voglia and Aphrodite173-5
correspondence of with Juan Valera139-43
death of 263-6
departure of from Barcelona in 1902210
diary entries of in 188040-4
diary entries of in 1897163, 166, 169, 170
diary entries of 1903-4, 215-18
difficulties of with playing Iberia224
early compositions of 58-63
early concert tours in Spain of 27-31, 46-51
early zarzuelas of 48-50
entry of into London musical theatre 83, 84-5
family and ancestry of 18-21
financial assistance from Coutts to 255-8
financial difficulties of 256-7
funeral of 1-3, 266
generosity to others of 253-4
honors awarded to 71
influence of Debussy on 203, 250
influence of Dukas on 197
influence of on Spanish and French composers 284-5
journey to Budapest to study with Liszt 40-4
library of 218-19
marriage of to Rosina Lagarriga 52
meaning of name of 16-17
move to Paris in 1894108-9
movies about 286
opinion of his own music of 166-7, 181, 264
opinion of on Italian opera 182-3
opinions of on Spain110, 190-1, 193
'pact of Faust' of 280-1
plans for Rinconete y Cortadillo210
poor health of 192-3, 209
preference of for Spanish artists 219
prevarications of 8, 12-13, 50
reaction of others to death of 266
reaction of to Prague production of Pepita Jiménez170-1
receipt of Légion d'Honneur 265
recent research on 6-7
relations of with French and German musicians 165-6
relationship of to Catalan culture 206-8
relationship of with Coutts 213-15, 102-4
relationship of with Debussy 198-9
relationship of with Fauré 199-200
relationship of to Spanish culture 288-91
relationship of to the guitar 98, 285
relationship of with Malats 248-50
reputation of in Spain286-8

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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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