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The Creative Worlds of Joseph Joachim

  • Editor: Eshbach, Robert Whitehouse
  • Editor: Goertzen, Valerie Woodring
A responsible, far-reaching, provocative series of essays.Essential

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Contents

  • Introduction The Creative Worlds of Joseph Joachim Robert Whitehouse Eshbach PART ONE: Identity
  • 1. "Of the Highest Good": Joachim's Relationship to Mendelssohn R. Larry Todd
  • 2. Joseph Joachim and His Jewish Dilemma Styra Avins
  • 3. Joachim and Romani Musicians: Their Relationship and Common Features in Performance Practice Mineo Ota PART TWO: Joachim as Performer
  • 4. Joachim's Violins: Spotlights on Some of Them Ruprecht Kamlah
  • 5. (Re-)Enchanting Performance: Joachim and the Spirit of Beethoven Karen Leistra-Jones
  • 6. "Thou That Hast Been in England Many a Year": The British Joachim Ian Maxwell
  • 7. Joachim at the Crystal Palace Michael Musgrave
  • 8. "Music Was Poured by Perfect Ministrants": Joseph Joachim at the Monday Popular Concerts, London Therese Ellsworth
  • 9. "Das Quartett-Spiel ist doch wohl mein eigentliches Fach": Joseph Joachim and the String Quartet Robert Riggs
  • 10. Professor Joachim and His Pupils Sanna Pederson
  • 11. Performers as Authors of Music History: Joseph and Amalie Joachim Beatrix Borchard
  • 12. At the Intersection of Performance and Composition: Joseph Joachim and Brahms's Piano Quartet in A Major, Op. 26, Movement III William P. Horne PART THREE: Joachim as Composer
  • 13. Re-considering the Young Composer-Performer Joseph Joachim, 1841-53 Katharina Uhde
  • 14. "Franz Liszt gewidmet": Joseph Joachim's G-minor Violin Concerto, Op. 3 Vasiliki Papadopoulou
  • 15. Drama and Music in Joachim's Overture to Shakespeare's Henry IV Valerie Woodring Goertzen
  • 16. "So Gleams the Past, the Light of Other Days": Joachim's Hebraische Melodien for Viola and Piano, Op. 9 (1853) Marie Sumner Lott
  • 17. Tovey's View of Joachim's "Hungarian" Violin Concerto Robert Riggs
  • Bibliography
  • Index