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In the 17 June 1966 issue of the Los Angeles Free Press , members of a group calling themselves the Los Angeles Hippodrome advertised an upcoming event: an “Homage to Arnold Schoenberg.” The ad seems to suggest nothing out of the ordinary: a recital of the composer’s complete piano works...
Anton Webern’s Two Songs, Op. 8 on Poems by Rainer Maria Rilke (1910-1926) stand at the intersection between the composer’s spiritual ideals involving a fascination for angels, his personal circumstances at the time of the songs’ composition, and the literary influences of Weininger,...
The notion that there might be autobiographical, or personally confessional, registers at work in Mendelssohn’s 1846 Elijah has long been established, with three interpretive approaches prevailing: the first, famously advanced by Prince Albert, compares Mendelssohn’s own artistic achievements...
Song was frequently disciplined in the sixteenth-century Consistory of Geneva as part of the broad program of social Reform led by Calvin. Between 1542 and 1552, more than one hundred cases involving illicit singing came before the Consistory court. These cases reveal the Consistory’s...
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