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作者 Finocchiaro, Francesco, author
書名 Musical modernism and German cinema from 1913 to 1933 / by Francesco Finocchiaro
出版項 Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017
國際標準書號 9783319582627 (electronic bk.)
9783319582610 (paper)
國際標準號碼 10.1007/978-3-319-58262-7 doi
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (xix, 259 pages) : illustrations (some color), music, digital ; 22 cm
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附註 1. Introduction: The cinematic paradigm -- 2. Prologue. Cinema and the arts -- 3. Cinema and expressionist drama -- 4. Paul Hindemtih and the cinematic universe -- 5. Edmund Meisel: the cinematic composer -- 6. Der Rosenkavalier: a problematic remediation -- 7. Cinema and musical theatre: Kurt Weill and the Filmmusik in Royal Palace -- 8. Alban Berg, Lulu and cinema as artifice -- 9. New Objectivity and abstract cinema -- 10. Between film music and chamber music -- 11. Epilogue. The dawn of sound cinema
This book investigates the relationship between musical Modernism and German cinema. It paves the way for anunorthodox path of research, one which has been little explored up until now. The main figures of musical Modernism, from Alban Berg to Paul Hindemith, and from Richard Strauss to Kurt Weill, actually had a significant relationship with cinema. True, it was a complex and contradictory relationship in which cinema often emerged more as an aesthetic point of reference than an objective reality; nonetheless, the reception of the language and aesthetic of cinema had significant influence on the domain of music. Between 1913 and 1933, Modernist composers' exploration of cinema reached such a degree of pervasiveness and consistency as to become a true aesthetic paradigm, a paradigm that sat at the very heart of the Modernist project. In this insightful volume, Finocchiaro shows that the creative confrontation with the avant-garde medium par excellence can be regarded as a vector of musical Modernism: a new aesthetic paradigm for the very process - of deliberate misinterpretation, creative revisionism, and sometimes even intentional subversion of the Classic-Romantic tradition - which realized the "dream of Otherness" of the Modernist generation
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主題 Motion pictures -- Germany -- History -- 20th century
Motion pictures and music
Motion picture music -- Germany -- History and criticism
Modernism (Music) -- Germany
Cultural and Media Studies
Film and Television Studies
Music
European Culture
Cultural History
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