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"Zu groß, zu unerreichbar" – Bach-Rezeption im Zeitalter Mendelssohns and Schumanns

Beiträge zur Geschichte der Bach-Rezeption - Band 1

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Breitkopf & Härtel  |  SKU: BV386  |  Barcode: 9783765103865
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Language: German
  • Size: 6.7 x 9.6 inches
  • Pages: 488

The Bach-Archiv in Leipzig was the scene of a colloquium of renowned international experts in fall 2005: musicologists, editorial directors, archivists and performing artists got together to discuss how the music of Bach was disseminated in the first half of the 19th century. Several Major composers played a key role in triggering the new appreciation of Bach and his music at this time: Felix, his sister Fanny Hensel and Robert Schumann. These three Romantic "Bachians" instigated developments that continue to affect concert life and editorial practice today. Our modern-day Bach image was heavily formed by their multi-faceted, fruitful activity. The Leipzig Bach-Archiv has meticulously edited this book of 24 essays as a concrete result of the colloquium and a source of new impulses for future research and musical practice.

"Insgesamt ein mit vielen verblüffenden Details and treffenden Generalabhandlungen gefüllter Band, den man mit gehörigem Gewinn liest." (Wolfram Goertz, Bach-Magazin)

"Dank dieses weiteren Horizonts wird nicht nur der Musikwissenschaftler aus diesem sehr ordentlich redigierten Band mannigfach Gewinn ziehen, sondern auch der Musikinteressierte auf seine Kosten kommen." (Reinmar Emans, FonoForum)

Breitkopf & Härtel

"Zu groß, zu unerreichbar" – Bach-Rezeption im Zeitalter Mendelssohns and Schumanns

$49.95
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Language: German
  • Size: 6.7 x 9.6 inches
  • Pages: 488

The Bach-Archiv in Leipzig was the scene of a colloquium of renowned international experts in fall 2005: musicologists, editorial directors, archivists and performing artists got together to discuss how the music of Bach was disseminated in the first half of the 19th century. Several Major composers played a key role in triggering the new appreciation of Bach and his music at this time: Felix, his sister Fanny Hensel and Robert Schumann. These three Romantic "Bachians" instigated developments that continue to affect concert life and editorial practice today. Our modern-day Bach image was heavily formed by their multi-faceted, fruitful activity. The Leipzig Bach-Archiv has meticulously edited this book of 24 essays as a concrete result of the colloquium and a source of new impulses for future research and musical practice.

"Insgesamt ein mit vielen verblüffenden Details and treffenden Generalabhandlungen gefüllter Band, den man mit gehörigem Gewinn liest." (Wolfram Goertz, Bach-Magazin)

"Dank dieses weiteren Horizonts wird nicht nur der Musikwissenschaftler aus diesem sehr ordentlich redigierten Band mannigfach Gewinn ziehen, sondern auch der Musikinteressierte auf seine Kosten kommen." (Reinmar Emans, FonoForum)

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