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Author Steinberg, Michael P
Title Listening to reason : culture, subjectivity, and nineteenth-century music / Michael P. Steinberg
Imprint Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c2004
book jacket
 Euro-Am 3F Western Mat.  780.9034 St348 2004    AVAILABLE    30500101175563
 Ethnology Library  ML196 S74 2004    AVAILABLE    30520020625753
 CLP Library  910.907 S819    AVAILABLE    30580002178254
Descript xiv, 246 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Staging subjectivity in the Mozart/Da Ponte operas. Staging subjectivity ; Don Giovanni and the scene of patricide ; Le nozze di Figaro and the scene of emancipation ; Cosi fan tutte and the scene of instruction -- Beethoven: heroism and abstraction. Heroism and abstraction ; Heroism and anxiety ; Fidelio ; The symphony no. 9 -- Canny and uncanny histories in Biedermeier music. Biedermeier music ; Mendelssohn's canny histories ; Schumann's uncanny histories ; Back to Schubert -- The family romances of music drama. The family romances of music drama ; Siegmund's death ; Subjectivity and identity -- The voice of the people at the moment of the nation. People and nations ; Brahms, 1868 ; Verdi, 1874 ; Dvořák, 1890 -- Minor modernisms. Music trauma, or, is there life after Wagner? ; Three fins-de-siecle ; The road into the open -- The musical unconscious
Subject Music -- 19th century -- History and criticism
Subjectivity in music
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