Great works of music : symphonies and their meaning / by Philip H. Goepp.

Garden City, N.Y. : Garden City Pub. Company, [1935] .

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Other Title Symphonies and their meaning
Subjects Symphonies -- Analysis, appreciation.
Description 3 volumes in 1 : illustrations (music) ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1935]
Notes Previously published in 3 separate volumes under title: Symphonies and their meaning. [1st-]3d series. (Philadelphia and London, J.B. Lippincott company, 1898, 1902, 1913).
Contents First series -- The Symphony -- Haydn. Symphony in D (Peters Ed. No. 3) [id est H.I., 101] ; Symphony in E♭ (Peters Ed. No. 1) [id est H.I., 103] -- Mozart. Symphony in G Minor ; Symphony in C Major ("Jupiter") -- Beethoven. Symphony No. 3 (Eroica) ; Seventh Symphony ; Fifth Symphony -- Schubert. Unfinished Symphony ; Symphony in C Major -- Schumann. Second Symphony (in C Major) ; Third Symphony ("Rhine") -- Mendelssohn. Italian Symphony -- Brahms. Second Symphony.
Second series -- Mozart. Symphony in E Flat -- Beethoven. First Symphony ; Second Symphony ; Fourth Symphony (The Poet of Pathos and Humor) ; Eighth Symphony (An Epic of Humor) ; Sixth (Pastoral) Symphony (Tonal Depiction) ; Ninth (Choral) Symphony (The Final Need of Words) -- Schumann. First Symphony, in B Flat ; Fourth Symphony, in D Minor -- MendeIssohn and Raff. "Scotch" Symphony ; "Im Walde" Symphony ; "Lenore" Symphony ; " Winter" Symphony -- Brahms. First Symphony ; Third Symphony ; Fourth Symphony -- Liszt, Tchaikovsky, Strauss. "Faust" Symphony ; Symphony Pathetique ; Heldenleben -- Appendix. Berlioz, Fantastic Symphony ; Gade, Symphony No. 4, in B Flat ; Goetz, Symphony in F Major ; Gilchrist, Symphony in C Major ; Goldmark, Country Wedding Symphony.
Third series -- The Symphony during the Nineteenth Century -- Berlioz and Liszt -- Berlioz. Romeo and Juliet ; Dramatic Symphony -- A Symphony to Dante's "Divina Commedia" -- The Symphonic Poems of Liszt. Les Preludes ; Tasso ; Mazeppa ; Battle of the Huns -- The Symphonic Poems of Saint-Saens. Danse Macabre ; Phæton ; The Youth of Hercules ; Omphale's Spinning Wheel -- Cesar Franck. Symphony in D minor -- D'Indy and the Followers of Franck. D'Indy's Second Symphony -- Debussy and the Innovators. Debussy, The sea [La mer] ; Dukas, The Sorcerer's Apprentice -- Tchaikovsky. Fourth Symphony ; Manfred Symphony ; Fifth Symphony -- The Neo-Russians. Balakirev, Symphony. in C ; Rimsky-Korsakov, Antar Symphony ; Scherezade ; Rachmaninoff, Symphony in E minor -- Sibelius. A Finnish Symphony [Symphony no. 1] -- Bohemian Symphonies. Smetana, The Moldau River ; Dvôrák, Symphony "From the New World" -- The Earlier Bruckner. Second Symphony ; Fourth (Romantic) Symphony ; Fifth Symphony -- The Later Bruckner. Ninth Symphony -- Hugo Wolf. Penthesilea, Symphonic Poem -- Mahler. Fifth Symphony -- Richard Strauss. Symphonic Poems ; Death and Transfiguration ; Don Juan ; Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks ; Sinfonia Domestica -- Italian Symphonies. Sgambati, Symphony in D major ; Martucci, Symphony in D minor -- Edward Elgar. An English Symphony -- Symphonies in America. Henry Hadley, Symphony No. 3 ; Gustav Strube, Symphony in D minor ; Chadwick, Suite Symphonique ; Loeffler, The Devil's Round, Symphonic Poem.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)311517
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WorldCat Identities Goepp, Philip H. 1864-1936.
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