La Musique religieuse en France au XIXe siècle : Le sentiment religieux entre profane et sacré (1830-1914)
edited by Nicolas Dufetel, Turnhout, Brepols Publishers, 2021 (Speculum Musicae, 45).
This volume investigates religious music in France during the 19th century, after the disruption of the French Revolution and the Concordat (1801), until a few years after the …Read More →
The idea that the body plays an essential role in music has stimulated a wide range of new approaches in recent musicology. This book tries to apply them to the music of Igor Stravinsky from the perspective of the creative …Read More →
The present volume aims to address several facets of the artistic expression of a live performance, in particular focusing …Read More →
During the Renaissance and throughout the Baroque and Classical periods, musical production is linked to patronage. There are essentially …Read More →
Turnhout, Brepols, 2021 (Music, Science & Technology, 3).
At the beginning of the twentieth century, Arnold Schönberg proposed a new way of composing in his Five Pieces for Piano that proceeded from a “series of 12 tones which have no …Read More →