Bibliography (1999/74)

ContributorsMihailovic, Alexandar (editor)
TitleTchaikovsky and his contemporaries. A centennial symposium
PublishedWestport, Connecticut : Greenwood Press, 1999
Extent432 p. ; music ; illus.
Standard No.ISBN 031330825X
SeriesContributions to the study of music and dance (49)
ContentsTchaikovsky as our contemporary (p. 1-14) —Tchaikovsky. A new view. A centennial essay (p. 17-60) —Tchaikovsky and his music in Anglo-American criticism, 1890s-1950s (p. 61-74) —The Tchaikovsky myths. A critical reassessment (p. 75-91) —Tchaikovsky and Wagner. A reassessment (p. 95-116) —A Comparison of rhythmic structures in the instrumental music of Schumann and Tchaikovsky (p. 117-128) —Truth vs. beauty. Comparative text settings by Musorgsky and Tchaikovsky (p. 129-135) —Culture and nationalism. Tchaikovsky's visions of Russia in The Oprichnik (p. 139-146) —The Intrigue of love and illusion in Tchaikovsky's The Oprichnik (p. 147-154) —Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin. Tatiana and Lensky, the third couple (p. 157-166) —But was my Eugene happy? Musical and dramatic tensions in Eugene Onegin (p. 167-176) —Musical historicism in The Queen of Spades (p. 177-185) —Tchaikovsky's roots in the Russian choral tradition (p. 189-196) —A Stranger in a strange land. Tchaikovsky as a composer of church music (p. 197-226) —Tchaikovsky, the Tsars, and the Tsarist national anthem (p. 227-233) —Tchaikovsky. The love that dare not speak its name (p. 237-244) —The Image of the composer in Modest Tchaikovsky's play The Symphony (p. 245-250) —Exploding the romantic myth. Ken Russell's The Music Lovers (p. 251-260) —Biographical issues in Tchaikovsky scholarship (p. 263-273) —Tchaikovsky in American and Russian musical education (p. 275-294) —Tchaikovsky's ballets. Interpretation and performance (p. 295-312) — Musical examples (p. 315-368) — Conference Program (p. 371-402)
NotesPapers read at the conference held at Hofstra University, 7-9 October 1993
ReviewsTchaikovsky and his contemporaries. A centennial symposium [book review] (2000)
Tchaikovsky and his contemporaries. A centennial symposium [book review] (2002)