9780815328636

Bronze by Gold: The Music of Joyce

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  • ISBN13:

    9780815328636

  • ISBN10:

    081532863X

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1999-04-01
  • Publisher: Routledge
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Summary

The contributors to this volume investigate several themes about music's relationship to the literary compositions of James Joyce: music as a condition to which Joyce aspired; music theory as a useful way of reading his works; and musical compositions inspired by or connected with him.

Table of Contents

Abbreviations xi
Editorial Conventions xiii
List of Figures
xv
Series Editor's Foreword 3(1)
Daniel Albright
Acknowledgments xxv
Introduction 3(1)
Sebastian D. G. Knowles
PART I Bronze: Music
Section 1: Joyce's Musical Background
James Joyce and Dublin Opera, 1888-1904
3(30)
Seamus Reilly
Joyce's Trieste: Citta Musicalissima
33(24)
John McCourt
Section 2: Joyce and His Contemporaries
Chamber Music: Words and Music Lovingly Coupled
57(34)
Myra T. Russel
``Mr. Bloom and the Cyclops'': Joyce and Antheil's Unfinished ``Opera Mecanique''
91(16)
Paul Martin
Opus Posthumous: James Joyce, Gottfried Keller, Othmar Schoeck, and Samuel Barber
107(64)
Sebastian D. G. Knowles
Section 3: Contemporary Music and Joyce
The Euphonium Cagehaused in Either Notation: John Cage and Finnegans Wake
Scott W. Klein
Davies, Berio, and Ulysses
171(18)
Eyuboglu
PART II Gold: Text
Section 1: Dubliners and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
Noise, Music, Voice, Dubliners
189(24)
Allan Hepburn
The Distant Music of the Spheres
213(16)
Thomas Jackson Rice
Section 2: Ulysses
Bronze by Gold by Bloom: Echo, the Invocatory Drive, and the `Aurteur' in ``Sirens''
229(16)
Susan Mooney
Strange Words, Strange Music: The Verbal Music of ``Sirens''
245(18)
Andreas Fischer
Mining the Ore of ``Sirens'': An Investigation of Structural Components
263(14)
Margaret Rogers
``Circe,'' La Gioconda, and the Opera House of the Mind
277(18)
John Gordon
Section 3: Finnegans Wake
Parsing Persse: The Codology of Hosty's Song
295(12)
Zack Bowen
Roughley
Synthesizing ``The Ballad of Persse O'Reilly''
307(12)
Daniel J. Schiff
List of Contributors 319(4)
Index 323

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