The music of Pavel Haas : analytical and hermeneutical studies /

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London : Routledge,, United Kingdom , p.1 online resource : (2020)


9780429433351 (ebook) :

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20th century, Concentration camp inmates as musicians, Czech Republic, Czechoslovakia, History and criticism., Music


Includes bibliographical references and index.<P>Introduction</P><P>1: Music and Avant-Garde Discourse in Inter-War Czechoslovakia</P><P>2: From the Monkey Mountains: The Body, the Grotesque, and Carnival</P><P>3: Suite for Piano, Op. 13 (1935): Neoclassical Tendencies</P><P>4: Rhythmic Layers and Musical Form: Janáčekian Elements in Haas's Compositional Practice<BR>5: Haas's Charlatan: A Tragi-Comedy about Old Comedians, Modern Individualists, and Uncanny Doubles</P><P>6: Four Songs on Chinese Poetry: Grief, Melancholy, Uncanny Reflections, and Vicious Circles in Songs from Terezín<I> <BR></I>Conclusion</P><I><P>Bibliography</P><P>General Bibliography</P><P>Newspaper Reviews and Articles</P><P>Archival Documents (Pavel Haas) </P><P>Musical Editions</P></I>Description based on CIP data; resource not viewed.