PANIER

 
LA

PARTITIONSLIVRESACCESSOIRESPAPETERIEBesoin d'aide ?NOS MAGASINSMON COMPTE 
LES THÉMATIQUESOUVRAGES GÉNÉRAUXÉCRITUREENSEIGNEMENTPOUR LES ENFANTS
LES HOMMESLES OEUVRESLES EPOQUESLES SCIENCESLES ARTSLES INSTRUMENTSLES PAYS
OUVRAGES GENERAUXCOMPOSITEURSCHEFS D'ORCHESTREINTERPRETESPERSONNALITES
A DÉCOUVRIR
matthew-brown-debussy-redux-musical-meaning-and-interpretation-seriesBROWN MATTHEW
Debussy Redux
Musical Meaning and Interpretation Series
INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS
29.90 €
christopher-hogwood-handel-:-water-music-and-music-for-the-royal-fireworks-HOGWOOD CHRISTOPHER
Handel : Water music and Music for the royal fireworks

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRES
28.00 €
linda-hutcheon-four-last-songs:-aging-and-creativity-in-verdi-strauss-messiaen-and-britten-HUTCHEON LINDA
Four Last Songs: Aging and Creativity in Verdi, Strauss, Messiaen, and Britten

CHICAGO U.P.
29.80 €
matthew-boyden-richard-strauss-BOYDEN MATTHEW
Richard Strauss

WEIDENFELD & NICOLSON
25.00 €
maurice-peress-dvorak-to-duke-ellington-:-a-conductor-explores-america-s-music-PERESS MAURICE
Dvorak to Duke Ellington : a conductor explores America's music

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
27.80 €
benjamin-m-korstvedt-listening-for-utopia-in-ernst-bloch-s-musical-philosophy-KORSTVEDT BENJAMIN M.
Listening for utopia in Ernst Bloch's musical philosophy

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRES
72.00 €
ann-christine-mecke-strauss-:-salome-MECKE ANN-CHRISTINE
Strauss : Salome

BARENREITER
14.95 €
david-dubal-the-essential-canon-of-classical-music-livre-d-occasion-DUBAL DAVID
The essential canon of classical music - LIVRE D'OCCASION

NORTH POINT PRESS
15.00 €
  • wolfgang-schaufler-gustav-mahler-:-the-conductors-interviews-


    Mis à jour le 01.10.16
  • Gustav Mahler : The Conductors' Interviews
    Wolfgang SCHAUFLER


    Livre - Broché

    Universal Edition

    Référence: UE 26311
    1 vol. (252 p.) - Vienne - 2013

    LES THÉMATIQUES  >  Les Hommes  >  Compositeurs


    37.00 €
     ARTICLE
    EN STOCK


    Gustav Mahler was considered one of the greatest opera conductors of his time; he could even be called the first intercontinental star conductor. But that was not the case with his music; until the 1960s, his compositions were only performed by specialists, the pieces nowhere near belonging to the standard repertoire.

    Today, however, performances of Mahler’s music rival those of Beethoven’s in frequency, thus counting Mahler among the most successful symphonists. What happened to cause that change?

    This book seeks to answer that question with the aid of interviews with the great Mahler conductors of our day. The discussions range from Mahler’s reception by audiences in different countries to the way his audiences gradually came to understand his aesthetic as an expression of the modern human condition, its longings and its aspirations.





    



    NOS CLIENTS ONT AUSSI APPRÉCIÉ…