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Anthology for Music in the Nineteenth Century, part of the Western Music in Context series, is the ideal companion to Music in the Nineteenth Century. Twenty-three carefully chosen works-including movements from a Beethoven quartet, excerpts from operas by Verdi and Bizet, piano music by Gottschalk, and a symphonic movement by Tchaikovsky-offer representative examples of genres and composers of the period. Commentaries following each score present a careful analysis of the music, and online links to purchase and download recordings make listening easier than ever.
Table of Contents
|String Quartet in C# Minor, Op. 131, Movements 1 and 2||p. 1|
|Gretchen, am Spinnrade, Op. 2 (D. 118)||p. 11|
|Norma, Act 1, Scene 4, Casta diva||p. 20|
|Les Huguenots, Act 4, Scene 5, Benediction of the Swords||p. 50|
|Der Freischütz, Act 2, Scene 2, Leise, leise||p. 77|
|Elijah, Part 2, chorus, He watching over Israel||p. 89|
|Symphonie fantastique, Movement 2, Un bal||p. 97|
|Années de pèlerinage I, Suisse, No. 4, Au bord d'une source||p. 124|
|Nocturen in Bb Minor, Op. 9, No. 1||p. 132|
|Dichterliebe, Op. 48, Im wunderschönen Monat Mai and Aus meinen Tränen sprißen||p. 139|
|Mörike-Lieder, No. 24, In der Frühe||p. 143|
|Boris Godunov, Act 2, Boris's monologue||p. 147|
|Piano Trio No. 4 (Dumky), Op, 90, Movement 6||p. 159|
|Richard Wagner and Wagnerism|
|Tristan, und Isolde, Act 1, Scene 3, Isolde's Narrative||p. 169|
|Verdi, Operetta, and Popular Appeal|
|Rigoletto, Act 3, Scene 3, Quartet||p. 189|
|Carmen, Act 1, No. 5, Habanera||p. 213|
|Concert Culture and the, "Great" Symphony|
|Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68, Movement 1||p. 228|
|Symphony No. 6 in B Minor (Pathétique), Op, 74, Movement 4||p. 257|
|Musical Life and Identity in the United States|
|La gallina, danse cubaíne||p. 278|
|Violin Sonata in A Minor, Op. 34, Movement 2||p. 285|
|The Fin de Siècle and the Emergence of Modernism|
|Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen, No. 4, Die zwei blauen Augen||p. 294|
|La bohème, Act 2, Musetta's Waltz||p. 307|
|Fêtes galantes I, En sourdine||p. 332|
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