French Opera at the Fin de Siècle: Wagnerism, Nationalism, and Style

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Contents xiii
  • Contents xiv
  • Abbreviations xvii
  • Introduction: the Business and Politics of Opera in Fin-De-Siéle Paris 1
  • Part I - Jules Massenet 23
  • 1 - The Ascent of Massenet 25
  • 2 - Manon 45
  • 3 - Around an American Muse 73
  • 4 - Esclarmonde 82
  • 5 - Massenet at the Apex 102
  • 7 - Thaïs 135
  • 8 - Massenet Emasculated 160
  • Part II - Ambivalent Wagnerians and Conservative Renewal 167
  • 9 - Ernest Reyer as Berliozian 169
  • 10 - Sigurd 178
  • 11 - Camille Saint-Saëns, Gounod, and the Wagnerians 195
  • 12 - Saint-Saëns on the Cusp 206
  • 13 - Henry VIII 213
  • 14 - Édouard Lalo: Wagnerian Malgré Lui 231
  • 15 - Le Roi D'Ys 235
  • Part III - Wagnerian Renewal 253
  • 16 - Emmanuel Chabrier: Wagnerian of the First Hour 255
  • 17 - Gwendoline 269
  • 18 - Le Roi Malgré Lui 286
  • 19 - Vincent D'Indy and Moral Order 301
  • 20 - The Franckiste as Wagner Critic 308
  • 21 - Fervaal 317
  • 22 - The Apotheosis of Ernest Chausson 351
  • 23 - Le Roi Arthus 359
  • Part IV - Realist Opera 393
  • 24 - Alfred Bruneau and émile Zola 395
  • 25 - L'Attaque Du Moulin 412
  • 26 - Bohemian Montmartre, Anarchism, and Gustave Charpentier 426
  • 27 - Louise 436
  • Epilogue by Way of Pelléas Et Mélisande 468
  • Appendix: Plot Summaries 480
  • Selected Bibliography 506
  • Index 515
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