Beethoven 1806 Beethoven 1806

Beethoven 1806

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Description de l’éditeur

Between early 1806 and early 1807, Ludwig van Beethoven completed a remarkable series of instrumental works. But critics have struggled to reconcile the music of this banner year with Beethoven's "heroic style," the paradigm through which his middle-period works have typically been understood. Drawing on theories of mediation and a wealth of primary sources, Beethoven 1806 explores the specific contexts in which the music of this year was conceived, composed, and heard. As author Mark Ferraguto argues, understanding this music depends on appreciating the relationships that it both creates and reflects. Not only did Beethoven depend on patrons, performers, publishers, critics, and audiences to earn a living, but he also tailored his compositions to suit particular sensibilities, proclivities, and technologies.

GENRE
Arts et spectacles
SORTIE
2019
27 août
LANGUE
EN
Anglais
LONGUEUR
256
Pages
ÉDITIONS
Oxford University Press
TAILLE
10,6
Mo

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