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New,Interwar Symphonies and the Imagination: Politics, Identity, and the Sound of 1933

  • Author: MacGregor, Emily



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  • 1. Between Europe and America: Kurt Weill's Symphony in a Suitcase;
  • 2. Listening for the Intimsphare in Hans Pfitzner's Symphony in C-sharp Minor: Berlin;
  • 3. Liberalism, Race, and the American West in Roy Harris's Symphony 1933: Boston - New York;
  • 4. Aaron Copland's and Carlos Chavez's Pan American Bounding Line: New York - Mexico City;
  • 5. Arthur Honegger's 'modernised Eroica': Paris - Berlin;
  • 6. The right kind of symphonist: Florence Price and Kurt Weill New York & Chicago 1933-1934 - London, 2020.