Essays on Literature and Music (1967-2004)

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Rodopi, 2004 - 524 من الصفحات
The present volume meets a frequently expressed demand as it is the first collection of all the relevant essays and articles which Steven Paul Scher has written on Literature and Music over a period of almost forty years in the field of Word and Music Studies. Scher, The Daniel Webster Professor of German and Comparative Literature at Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, USA, is one of the founding fathers of Word and Music Studies and a leading authority in what is in the meantime a well-established intermedial field. He has published very widely in a variety of journals and collections of essays, which until now have not always been easy to lay one's hands on. His work covers a wide range of subjects and comprises theoretical, methodological and historical studies, which include discussions of Ferruccio Busoni, Thomas Mann, Bertolt Brecht, Judith Weir, the Talking Heads and many others and which pay special attention to E. T. A. Hoffmann and German Romanticism. The range and depth of these studies have made him the 'mastermind' of Word and Music Studies who has defined the basic aims and objectives of the discipline. This volume is of interest to literary scholars and musicologists as well as comparatists and all those concerned about the rapidly expanding field of Intermedia Studies.
 

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Notes Toward a Theory of Verbal Music 1970
23
How Meaningful is Musical in Literary Criticism? 1972
37
Brechts Die sieben Todsunden der Kleinburger
47
Literature and Music 1982
173
Mignon in Music 1988
265
Liszt and Literature 1991
337
Der Opernkomponist Hoffmann und das europäische
387
Mozart an Epistolary Aesthetician? 1997
451
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521
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