Lectures on the history and art of music. Pref. by Irving Lowens.

New York, Da Capo Press, 1968.

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Subjects Music
Music -- History and criticism.
Series Louis Charles Elson memorial lecture.
Description ix, 264 pages music 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1968.
Contents On the meaning of music, by G. Haydon.--The commonwealth of art, by C. Sachs.--Music as the language of emotion, by C.C. Pratt.--Music into words, by J. Barzun.--Words and music, by A.T. Davison.--Symbolism in the music of Bach, by K. Geiringer.--Some sociological aspects of music, by J. Kunst.--The origins of Schonberg's twelve-tone system, by E. Wellesz.--Musical creation, by M. Pincherle.--Discrepancies in Haydn biographies, by A. van Hoboken.--Music--its past and its present, by J. Westrup.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)451631
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