The Orchestration of the Arts -- A Creative Symbiosis of Existential Powers: The Vibrating Interplay of Sound, Color, Image, Gesture, Movement, Rhythm, Fragrance, Word, Touch / Edition 1

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Overview

What is Art? This perennial question is forcefully thrown open by the present day electronic expansion of its field and proliferation of arts. Toward the treatment of this great question with deepest philosophical underpinnings, this collection of studies means to lay a ground. It is presumed that art, transcendentality, the designs of the cosmos might yield some of their mysteries while we investigate the Orchestration of the Arts stretching into all main lines of the human creativity: literature, history... and encompassing the distinctive and yet symbiotically inclined music, song, painting, opera, drama, stage decor, architecture, and ornament.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780792360087
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 6/30/2000
  • Series: Analecta Husserliana Series , #63
  • Edition description: 2000
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 475
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 1.06 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements. The Theme. Section One: Music, Literature, History, Decoration, Staging, Painting. Within the Symphony of the Arts. Paradox and Metaphor: an Integrity of the Arts; L. Kimmel. Aesthetic Symbiosis and Spiritual Quest: Gruenewald's Isenheim Altarpiece in the Hindemith Opera 'Mathis der Maler'; S. Bruin. The Ambiguity of Baroque Enchantment: Operatic Mise en Abime; H. Josephs. The Musicalisation of Prose: Prolegomena in the Experience of Literature in Musical Form; W.E. Grim. Calderon's Dramatic Technique: The Orchestration of the Arts from Drama to Opera; D. Souiller. Baroque Splendor: Vierzehnheilige Church and Bach's B Minor Mass; S. Hoople. Section Two: Sharing in Creative and Cosmic Synergies. Orchestration of the Universe: Reflections on Tagore's Creativity; S. Ray. The Synergies of Mind and Muse: A Comparative Analysis of Dante Gabriel Rosetti's the Blessed Damozel and Claude Debussy's La Demoiselle Elue; S. Coelsch-Foisner. The Interdependence of Literature, Architecture, Theater and Music as an Expression of Baroque Absolutism at the Habsburg Court in Vienna; G. Scholz. Literature and Architecture as a Metaphor of 'Grandeur' and 'Decadence'; M.-O. Sweetser. Louis Sullivan: The Life Enhancing Symbiosis of Music, Language, Architecture and Ornament; R. Etlin. The Orchestration of the Arts in Wallace Stevens' 'Peter Quince at the Clavier'; S. Feshbach. Section Three: The Symbiosis and the Interaction of the Arts. The Harmonie Conceit: Music, Nature, and Mind in Wordsworth's Prelude; J. Smart. Artists' Interpretation of La Fontaine's Fables; W. Roberts. 'Histoire de l'Aveugle': Manierisme Critique of Vision; R. Perry. The Apocalypse Revised by Twentieth Century Artists; R. Hubert. Toward a Visual Aesthetic of Music; P. Herzog. Images of Water and the Sea in Tristan L'Hermit's 'La mer' and in Painting; C. Ruoff. Section Four: Arts Interacting with our Perception of Nature and Human Life. Fire and Ice: Le ver magique, le vrai magique; P. Trutty-Coohill. W.E.B. du Bois 'The Souls of the Black Folks'; R.G. Schafler. The Blending of Natures and the Perception of the Real; T. Raczka. The Symbiosis and the Interaction of the Arts: Cesario Verde; N. Campi de Castro. This is Mine and I can Hold it: Edna St. Vincent Millay and her Music; K. Karbiener. Section Five: The Poetic Inter-Reflection of the Arts. The Terpsichordian Poem; L.D. San. A Study in Nostalgia: The Orchestration of Life in Facade. The William Walton&endash;Edith Sitwell Musical Poetic Collaboration; G. Tibbetts. Interreflection of Complementary Expressive Means in Combined Media Art Performances; L. Voronina. The Orchestration of the Arts in Sheila Sebbar's Sheherazade; E. McCullough. Beauty as a Cipher of the Orchestration of the Arts in Gadamer; O. Rossi. Section Six: Arts Nurturing Human Culture. A Look at Modernism from the Keyboard: The Piano in the Parlor and Abstract Art; E.N. Van Liere. Pierre Puvis de Chavannes, Richard Wagner and Emil Bernard: Composition and Meaning in the Late Nineteenth Century; D. Trousdale. The Temporal Character of Catherine Schieve's Slide Opera; K.F. Volkmar. An Unfolding of Theory and Practice: From Ingarden to a Phenomenological Aesthetic for Opera; E.J. Burns. Emotion, Metaphor, Music, and Humor; W. Shibles. The Cultural Milieu of Francis Poulenc (1899-1963) and his 'Musique de tous les jours'; S. Weaver. Index of Names.

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