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Stravinsky in Context

Stravinsky in Context

  • Editor: Griffiths, Graham

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Contents

  • Preface; List of Contributors; List of Abbreviations;
  • Part I . Russia and Identity:
  • 1. Memory and truth: Stravinsky's childhood (1882-1901) Catriona Kelly;
  • 2. Religion, life and death in St Petersburg Natalia Braginskaya;
  • 3. Kashperova and Stravinsky: the making of a concert-pianist Graham Griffiths;
  • 4. Reminiscences of Rimsky-Korsakov, his family and artistic circle Lidia Ader;
  • 5. Orthodoxies and unorthodoxies: Stravinsky's spiritual journey Ivan Moody;
  • 6. The Russian soul Rowan Williams;
  • Part II . Stravinsky and Europe:
  • 7. Sergei Diaghilev and Stravinsky: from world of art to ballets russes John E. Bowlt;
  • 8. Paris and the Belle Epoque Davinia Caddy;
  • 9. Paris, Art Deco, and the spirit of Apollo Jonathan Cross;
  • 10. Stravinsky's Spain: fan or mirror? Graham Griffiths;
  • 11. 'It is Venice that he loves...' Mauricio Dottori;
  • Part III . Partnerships and Authorship:
  • 12. Stravinsky's sphere of influence: Paris and beyond Inessa Bazayev;
  • 13. Stravinsky and his literary collaborators Maureen Carr;
  • 14. Assuming co-authorship: Stravinsky and his 'ghost-writers' Valerie Dufour;
  • 15. Nadia Boulanger and Stravinsky: the transition to America Kimberly Francis;
  • 16. Conversations with Craft Anna Schmidtmann;
  • Part IV . Performance and Performers:
  • 17. Challenges to realism and tradition: Stravinsky's modernist theatre Massimiliano Locanto;
  • 18. Igor Stravinsky and ballet as modernism Stephanie Jordan;
  • 19. Stravinsky's ear for instruments Chris Dromey;
  • 20. Towards a conductor-proof ideal Hannah Baxter;
  • 21. The pianist in the recording studio: re-imagining interpretation Daniel Barolsky;
  • 22. The legacy of Stravinsky as recorded history Per Dahl;
  • Part V . Aesthetics and Politics:
  • 23. Stravinsky versus literature Emily Frey;
  • 24. Stravinsky and Greek antiquity Katerina Levidou;
  • 25. Stravinsky's response to 'Japonisme' Mai Ikehara;
  • 26. Stravinsky, modernism and mass culture Ross Cole;
  • 27. Perspectives on Schoenberg and Stravinsky: Adorno and others Alan Street;
  • 28. Stravinsky's 'problematical' political orientation during the 1920s and 1930s Erik Levi;
  • Part VI . Reception and Legacy:
  • 29. The Apollonian clockwork re-wound Elmer Schoenberger;
  • 30. Stravinsky reception in the USSR Philip Ewell;
  • 31. The Stravinsky/Craft conversations in Russian and their reception Olga Manulkina;
  • 32. Publishing Stravinsky Nigel Simeone;
  • 33. Copyright, the Stravinsky estate, and the Paul Sacher foundation Heidy Zimmermann;
  • 34. Evoking the past, inspiring the future Lynne Rogers;
  • 35. 'Music is, by its very essence, powerless to express anything at all' Daniel K L Chua; Index.