Schumann as critic / by Leon B. Plantinga.

New Haven : Yale University Press, 1967.

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Subjects Critique musicale.
Musical criticism.
Schumann, Robert, 1810-1856.
Series Yale studies in the history of music ; 4.
Description xiii, 354 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Copyright Date 1967.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 335-342).
Contents Part 1 : The neue Zeitschrift für Musik. The founding of the journal ; The goals of the journal ; For higher standards in piano music ; For higher standards in music criticism ; The nature of the journal -- Part 2 : Schumann as editor and critic for The neue Zeitschrift für Musik. Schumann's role as editor and writer ; Schumann's style of criticism -- Part 3 : Schumann on the history and aesthetics of music. Schumann's view of the history of music ; The historical progression ; Bach ; The Bach revival ; Mozart ; Beethoven ; Schubert and other romantics ; "Romantic" ; Schumann's aesthetics of music ; Programs and musical reference ; Inspiration and craftsmanship -- Part 4 : Schumann on contemporary music and musicians. Some older contemporaries ; Hummel, Grund, Enckhausen, and Spohr ; Moscheles and Field ; Meyerbeer ; Loewe and Klein ; Some younger contemporaries ; Kirchner, Burgmüller, and Franz ; Schumann's conversion to vocal music ; Hirschbach, Schapler, and Thomas ; Lachner and Rietz ; The virtuosi ; Thalberg ; Liszt ; The Romantics ; Schubert ; Chopin ; Berlioz ; Hiller and Heller ; Schunke and Schumann ; Mendelssohn and Brahms ; In retrospect.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)896069
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WorldCat Identities Plantinga, Leon.
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