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Fauré and French Musical Aesthetics (Music in the Twentieth Century)

by Carlo Caballero

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • 20th century music,
  • Aesthetics,
  • Composers & musicians,
  • Literary theory,
  • Music/Songbooks,
  • Music,
  • Individual Composer & Musician,
  • Faurae, Gabriel, --1845-1924--Criticism and i,
  • Faurâe, Gabriel,--1845-1924--Criticism and interpretation,
  • Music / History & Criticism,
  • General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages345
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7745676M
    ISBN 100521543983
    ISBN 109780521543989

    Combarieu, Jules Born Feb. 3, , in Cahors; died July 7, , in Paris. French music scholar. Combarieu researched ancient French secular music. He is the author of the fundamental study History of Music From Its Origins to the Beginning of the Twentieth Century (vols. 1–3, –19; Russian translation, chapters from vol. 1 in Frantsuzskaia. Fauré has been characterized as a skillful watchmaker; with great precision his songs, which overflow with subtle nuances and delicate detail. His approach is in keeping with the French musical aesthetic: elegant and rational, dealing with sentiment rather than literal sensation.

    Carlo é and French Musical dge University Press. pp.. Jessica l n. pp.. Robert reting the Songs of Gabriel Fauré.   Gabriel Fauré plays a leading role in Vladimir Jankélévitch's influential critique of musical hermeneutics, La musique et l'ineffable (). For the French philosopher, Fauré's works epitomized music that resists verbal interpretation and demands absorption in temporal experience. Yet, like many French composers, Fauré drew upon theatrical song in his mélodies, introducing a Author: Stephen Rumph.

    French music is not generally popular in England, for it lacks the quality which most endears any work to the public. It lacks, that is to say, a strongly flavoured emotional content, either moral and uplifting as in Beethoven or introvert and lowering as in Tchaikovsky.   Challenging long-held assumptions about performance practice, Howat elucidates the rhythmic vitality and invention inherent in French music. In granting Fauré and Chabrier equal consideration with Debussy and Ravel, he redresses a historic imbalance and reshapes our perceptions of this entire musical : Yale University Press.


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Book Description This wide-ranging study of Fauré and his contemporaries reclaims aesthetic categories crucial to French musical life in the early twentieth-century. It considers such questions as the meaning of personal style in art and the representation of religious belief in by: This wide-ranging study of Gabriel Fauré and his contemporaries reclaims aesthetic categories crucial to French musical life in the early twentieth century.

Its interrelated chapters treat the topics of sincerity, originality, novelty, self-renewal, homogeneity and religious belief in relation to Fauré's music and : $   This wide-ranging study of Gabriel Fauré and his contemporaries reclaims aesthetic categories crucial to French musical life in the Fauré and French Musical Aesthetics book twentieth century.

Its interrelated chapters. Fauré and French Musical Aesthetics This wide-ranging study of Gabriel Fauré and his contemporaries reclaims aesthetic categories crucial to French musical life in the early twentieth century. Its interrelated chapters treat the topics of sincerity, originality, novelty, self-renewal, homogeneity and religious belief in relation to Fauré’s.

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music, you’ll Wnd real music and the sincerest translation of a personality.”2 Here Fauré links together three terms at the heart of our inquiry: sincerity itself, the act of translation, and the artist’s personality.

The translation of personality, or a personal sensibility. Notes 59/1 (Sept ), Faure and French musical aesthetics. Carlo Caballero, University of Pennsylvania. Abstract. This study of Gabriel Faure and his circle reconstructs the meanings of aesthetic categories crucial to the creation and reception of music in France between and Cited by: This wide-ranging study of Gabriel Faur and his contemporaries reclaims aesthetic categories crucial to French musical life in the early twentieth century.

Its interrelated chapters treat the topics of sincerity, originality, novelty, self-renewal, homogeneity and religious belief in relation to Faur's music and ideas.

Fauré and French Musical Aesthetics Carlo Caballero xi + Music in the 20th Century. Cambridge University Press Cambridge £45 0‐‐‐8Author: Stacy Moore.

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ISBN (couverture cartonnée)Author: Christopher Moore. Caballero’s book on Fauré (Fauré and French Musical Aesthetics; Cambridge University Press, ) is quite different, since he discusses the composer from the standpoint of aesthetic.

Gabriel Urbain Fauré (French: [ɡabʁiɛl yʁbɛ̃ fɔʁe]; 12 May – 4 November ) was a French composer, organist, pianist and teacher. He was one of the foremost French composers of his generation, and his musical style influenced many 20th-century composers.

Carlo Caballero Fauré and French Musical Aesthetics (Music in the Twentieth Century) Cambridge University Press, ; ISBN ; pages This wide-ranging study of Gabriel Fauré and his contemporaries places the music of Fauré in a historical and philosophical context and considers such questions as the meaning of personal.

Gabriel Fauré, in full Gabriel-Urbain Fauré, (bornPamiers, Ariège, France—died Nov. 4,Paris), composer whose refined and gentle music influenced the course of modern French music.

Fauré’s musical abilities became apparent at an early age. When the Swiss composer and teacher Louis Niedermeyer heard the boy, he immediately accepted him as a g: Aesthetics. In his book, Fauré and French Musical Aesthetics, Carlos Caballero devotes an entire chapter to “The question of sincerity” in which he quotes an essay Paul Dukas wrote shortly after Fauré‟s death: Those who had the joy of sharing Fauré‟s intimacy know how faithfully his art.

Fauré and French Musical Aesthetics Fauré and French Musical Aesthetics Moore, Stacy bit later and is able to back up his newly proposed division of the life with comments from Bizet and his friends. He points out, too, that Bizet not only suffered under the rigours of the siege of Paris but also became aware of the emotional fragility of his bride Genevieve Á Halevy and the oppressiveness Author: Moore, Stacy.In The Marriage of Aesthetics and Ethics, fifteen authors reflect on the nature of friendship and love and on the complex relation between art and morality.

Karl Verstrynge, Vincent Caudron, Anne Christine Habbard, and Walter Jaeschke draw from authors from Aristotle to Derrida, Montaigne to Kierkegaard, and Hegel to Blanchot to discuss friendship and love.The Ballets Russes and Beyond Music and Dance in Belle-Époque Paris.

Get access. and French quotations are clearly translated and presented as parallel texts. The book will be of interest to scholars (and students) in music, musicology, dance history and art history. Caballero, Carlo, Fauré and French Musical Aesthetics. Cambridge Cited by: