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Author Mawer, Deborah

Title Accenting the Classics
Published Woodbridge : Boydell & Brewer, Incorporated, 2023


Description 1 online resource (383 p.)
Contents Accenting the Classics: Editing European Music in France, 1915-1925 -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Notes on Co-authors -- Acknowledgements -- Abbreviations -- Note on the Text -- Introduction -- Part I. Durand and His Édition Classique -- The Historical Evolution of the Édition Classique -- Charting the Édition: Production Data, Musical Contents and Relationships -- Part II: Composer-Editor Case Studies -- 'De-Germanising' Music Publishing: Dukas's Beethoven in Wartime France
Mozart as 'Classic' in Early Twentieth-Century France: The Case of Saint-Saëns's Mozart Editions -- Making Mendelssohn (More) French: Ravel and Six pièces enfantines -- Accenting Bach: An Editorial Trajectory from Fauré to Roger-Ducasse -- Repackaging the Old Masters: The Place of Early Keyboard Music in the Édition Classique -- Debussy's Homage to Chopin: as Editor, Performer and Composer -- Part III. Beyond Editing: Pedagogy, Performance, Composition -- The Édition Classique in Action: Pedagogy and Performance -- The Édition Classique and French Neoclassicism: L'École moderne as Exemplar
Afterword -- Select Bibliography -- Index
Summary Brings new insights to the music of well-known European composers by telling a fascinating, little-known story about French music publishing, specifically through the lens of Jacques Durand's Édition Classique
Notes Description based upon print version of record
Form Electronic book
Author Kelly, Barbara L
Moore, Rachel
Sadler, Graham
ISBN 9781800109018