Beethoven the European: Transcultural Contexts of Performance, Interpretation and Reception

edited Malcolm Miller and William Kinderman (Speculum Musicae, 48). Beethoven’s music, stemming from its 18th– and 19th-century European context, communicates values of the Enlightenment bearing a seemingly universal, timeless significance. More than a quarter millenium after his birth, a 21st-century perspective offers a timely opportunity — against a backdrop of the reconfiguration of Europe and tensional … Leggi tutto Beethoven the European: Transcultural Contexts of Performance, Interpretation and Reception