Liber Amicorum Isabell Cazeaux: Parallels and Discoveries in Her Honor

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The Grande Dame of Franco-American musicology, Professor Emerita Isabelle Cazeaux (Bryn Mawr College, 1963-1992) is here honored with a collection of twenty-seven articles, contributed by her devoted students, colleagues and admirers far and wide, including an original piece composed especially for this volume. Contributors offer essays spanning all eras and encompassing virtually all branches of musicology - aesthetics, analysis, composition, ethnomusicology, history, ...
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Overview

The Grande Dame of Franco-American musicology, Professor Emerita Isabelle Cazeaux (Bryn Mawr College, 1963-1992) is here honored with a collection of twenty-seven articles, contributed by her devoted students, colleagues and admirers far and wide, including an original piece composed especially for this volume. Contributors offer essays spanning all eras and encompassing virtually all branches of musicology - aesthetics, analysis, composition, ethnomusicology, history, historiography, organology and philosophy.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781576470916
  • Publisher: Pendragon Press
  • Publication date: 12/28/2003
  • Series: Festschrift Series
  • Pages: 521

Table of Contents

Chopin's Polish rhapsody 1
L'emprunt, facteur de renouvellement musical dans les pays celtiques 5
Gibbons in the Budapest zoo : reflections on Hungarian folksong 19
Folklore and reminiscence in Claude Debussy 37
Frederic Triebert (1813-1878), designer of the modern oboe : newly found archival documents featuring the inventory and auction of his musical instrument enterprise 49
Marking the accord of instrument and style, 1709-1768 91
Jean Cras, the scientist : an explication of his navigational ruler-compass, La regle-rapporteur Cras 105
Album-leaf, for piano 109
Naturaliste et Dreyfusard : Alfred Bruneau, compositeur engage 113
Deconstructive melodrama in the Hamlet of Ambroise Thomas 129
Judith Gautier et les traductions de Parsifal 145
Gawain in Opera 159
The border territory between classical and Broadway : a voyage around and about Four Saints in Three Acts and West Side Story 179
Manuel de Falla's Early works for the theater 227
Point-counter-point : Schoenberg meets Bach 237
The problems of musical hermeneutics 255
From Haus to Konzerthaus : orchestrations of Schubert's Erlkonig and other Lieder 277
Chopin, the listener 291
Music for the royal Entree into Paris, 1453-1517 305
Words for Marenzio's five-voice Madrigals 321
The romantic violinist-composer : pro-active artist before a susceptible public - a personal view 349
Ravel writes to Jean Cras : three unpublished letters 365
The cantus firmus of Josquin's Missa Hercules dux Ferrarie 377
When Kol Nidrei is not Kol Nidrei : synagogue reform in Aarhus, Denmark 395
"Fair winds and following seas" : Jean Cras' Journal de bord : suite symphonique or suite symbolique? 443
Some aspects of parallel harmony in Claude Debussy 459
Monsieur Hemiole 487
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