Help
Skip to main content

UPDATE: Royal Mail have now resumed shipments on ALL International services but delays should be expected, please choose FEDEX if your order is urgent.

 New,Rethinking Brahms

  • Editor: Grimes, Nicole
  • Editor: Phillips, Reuben

Book

$120.50

In stock

Usually despatched within 1 working day

Contents

  • Contributor Biographies
  • Introduction
  • Nicole Grimes and Reuben Phillips
  • Part 1: Intellectual Contexts
  • 1. Brahms in the Schumann Library
  • Reuben Phillips
  • 2. Johannes Brahms, Connoisseur of Graphic Arts
  • Styra Avins
  • 3. Settling for Second Best: Brahms's Mannerchor-Lieder in Historical Context
  • David Brodbeck
  • 4. Hearing and Seeing Brahms's Harps
  • Jane Hines
  • Part 2: Rehearing Brahms
  • 5. Brahms and the Unreliable Narrative
  • Janet Schmalfeldt
  • 6. The Transmission and Reception of Courtly Love Poetry in Late Folksong Settings by Johannes Brahms, Friedrich Wilhelm Arnold, and Wilhelm Tappert
  • Loretta Terrigno
  • 7. Rehearing Brahms's Late Intermezzi: The Eternal Recurrence of Reflection
  • Tekla Babyak
  • 8. Joachim and Brahms in the Spring and Summer of 1853: Formative Influences and Performative Identities Reconsidered
  • Katharina Uhde
  • 9. Doesn't Play Well With Others: Performance and Embodiment in Brahms's Chamber Music with Piano
  • Anna Scott
  • Part 3: Analytical Perspectives
  • 10. First-Theme Syntax in Brahms's Sonata Forms
  • Julian Horton
  • 11. Formal Elision in the Chamber Music of Mendelssohn and Brahms: A Case-Study in Romantic Formenlehre
  • Benedict Taylor
  • 12. Compositional Range versus Compositional Ideal Type: Some Reflections on Brahms and Dvo?ak
  • Peter H. Smith
  • 13. Intentional Transgressions: Transformation and Prolongation in Selected Works by Brahms
  • Frank Samarotto
  • Part 4: Monuments and Memorialization
  • 14. Images, Monuments, Constructs: Johannes Brahms in the Culture of Remembrance
  • Wolfgang Sandberger
  • 15. Templates for Grief: Brahms's Requiem after the Dresden Firebombing
  • Martha Sprigge
  • 16. 'Aimez-vous Brahms?' The History of a Question
  • Daniel Beller-McKenna
  • Part 6: Afterlives of Brahms
  • 17. Brahms's Serious Songs in the Orchestral Imagination: Two Episodes in the Arrangement History of Op. 121
  • Frankie Perry
  • 18. Hearing Rihm Hearing Brahms: Symphonie 'Nahe fern' and the Future of Nostalgia
  • Nicole Grimes
  • 19. Spectres and 'Derangements': Michael Finnissy's Summonings of Brahms the Progressive
  • Edward Venn
  • Bibliography
  • Index