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Abstract Crucial to the spectacular effects of Joseph Haydn's Creation (1798) are his precise manipulations of his orchestra. From the brilliant moment of light to the colorful depictions of animals, these moments depended upon the new status of the orchestra in the late eighteenth century....
Abstract Among a community of Italian political leaders and artists who settled in Paris after the failed Italian revolutions of 1831 was Count Carlo Pepoli, author of the libretto for Bellini's I puritani . During his years in Paris, Pepoli also wrote the poetry for two song collections:...
Abstract Although it has long been accepted that the 1854 version of Brahms's B-Major Piano Trio contains references to Beethoven's An die ferne Geliebte and Schubert's Schwanengesang , it has escaped notice until now that the piece also alludes, clearly and in a structurally significant manner,...
Abstract This article examines the role of London's Crystal Palace in the popularization of “classical music” in Victorian Britain, and in the creation of the orchestral canon in the nineteenth century. The Crystal Palace was originally built in Hyde Park for the Great Exhibition of 1851 and was...
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