The Resource A pictorial history of music, Paul Henry Lang and Otto Bettmann

A pictorial history of music, Paul Henry Lang and Otto Bettmann

Label
A pictorial history of music
Title
A pictorial history of music
Statement of responsibility
Paul Henry Lang and Otto Bettmann
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
DLC
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1901-1991
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Lang, Paul Henry
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
  • facsimiles
Index
index present
LC call number
ML89
LC item number
.L15
Literary form
non fiction
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Bettmann, Otto
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  • Music
  • Music in art
  • Musicians
  • Musical instruments in art
  • Musique
  • Musique dans l'art
  • Musiciens
  • Instruments de musique dans l'art
  • Muziek
  • Music
  • Music in art
  • Musical instruments in art
  • Musicians
Label
A pictorial history of music, Paul Henry Lang and Otto Bettmann
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Text based on Music in Western civilization, by Paul Henry Lang, copyright 1941."
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • I. Antiquity, Middle Ages, Renaissance : Music in the life of the Greeks ; The beginning of the Middle Ages ; The worldly songs of the Trouvères and Troubadours ; Early polyphony and the beginnings of instrumental music ; Music and the Burgundian court ; The Renaissance ; Music in Renaissance culture ; The vogue of the madrigal ; The coming of the Counter-Reformation
  • II. The Age of the Baroque : The Baroque style: grandiose and resplendent ; The birth of opera ; Claudio Monteverdi ; Opera in France: Lully ; Opera in England: Purcell ; Ascendancy of the violin ; The violin family ; Baroque organ and the fugal style ; The Protestant Baroque: cantatas and oratorios ; Music: art or science? ; Johann Sebastian Bach ; Bach's pilgrimages ; Bach's choral works ; Bach's instrumental works ; Instrumentalists in the age of Bach and Handel ; Handel's operas ; Beggar's Opera ; Oratorio: religious drama in music ; Handel's instrumental music
  • III. From Rococo to Classicism : The Rococo ; Domenico Scarlatti ; Toward true opera ; Christoph Willibald Gluck ; Comic opera ; The Manheim school ; Classicism ; Joseph Haydn ; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ; Mozart's instrumental music ; Mozart's operas ; Genesis of The Magic Flute ; 18th-century concert life ; Ludwig van Beethoven ; Beethoven's instrumental music ; Franz Peter Schubert
  • IV. Music in the Romantic era : The mood of Romanticism ; German Romantic opera: Carl Maria von Weber ; Felix Mendelssohn ; Robert Schumann ; Robert and Clara ; Frédéric Chopin ; The search for the spectacular: grand opera ; Italian opera ; Hector Berlioz: arch Romantic ; Franz Liszt: architect of the symphonic tone poem ; Richard Wagner: superman of the opera ; Wagner's Romantic operas ; The Ring of the Nibelungen ; Bayreuth and Parsifal ; Aggrandizement of the orchestra ; The emergence of the virtuoso conductor ; Anton Bruckner
  • V. The twilight of Romanticism : Johannes Brahms ; Georges Bizet ; Guiseppe Verdi: composer and patriot ; French opera: Gounod, Thomas, Massenet ; The sprightly world of Offenbach and Strauss ; The Viennese waltz ; César Franck and his school ; Rebirth of music in England: Parry, Stanford, Elgar ; English light opera: Gilbert and Sullivan ; Music in America: Edward MacDowell
  • VI. The rise of the national schools : Russia: Glinka and the Five ; Peter llich Tchaikovsky ; Lyricists of the homeland: Smetana and Dvorák ; Music of the north ; Edvard Grieg: The voice of Norway ; Jean Sibelius: heroic visions of Finland's past
  • VII. Toward impressionism : New notions of tonality ; Gustav Mahler and the monumental ; Hugo Wolf: master of modern song ; Max Reger: a return to Bach ; Richard Strauss: wizard of orchestration ; Giacomo Puccini: genus of the theatrical ; Verismo's minor masters ; Impressionism: Claude Debussy, the flagbearer ; Maurice Revel: elegant miniaturist ; Impressionism in Spain and Italy ; England's new voices
  • VIII. The twentieth century : Modern music and modern life ; Challengers of traditional tonality: Arnold Schoenberg and his school ; Igor Stravinsky: From exoticism to Classicism ; Béla Bártok: passionate dualist ; Les Six: The modern French masters ; Paul Hindemith: a leader of contemporary music ; Soviet musicians: social realism ; Contemporary American music
Dimensions
29 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
vii, 242 pages
Lccn
60006822
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, facsimiles, portraits
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00398010
  • (OCoLC)ocm00398010
Label
A pictorial history of music, Paul Henry Lang and Otto Bettmann
Publication
Note
"Text based on Music in Western civilization, by Paul Henry Lang, copyright 1941."
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • I. Antiquity, Middle Ages, Renaissance : Music in the life of the Greeks ; The beginning of the Middle Ages ; The worldly songs of the Trouvères and Troubadours ; Early polyphony and the beginnings of instrumental music ; Music and the Burgundian court ; The Renaissance ; Music in Renaissance culture ; The vogue of the madrigal ; The coming of the Counter-Reformation
  • II. The Age of the Baroque : The Baroque style: grandiose and resplendent ; The birth of opera ; Claudio Monteverdi ; Opera in France: Lully ; Opera in England: Purcell ; Ascendancy of the violin ; The violin family ; Baroque organ and the fugal style ; The Protestant Baroque: cantatas and oratorios ; Music: art or science? ; Johann Sebastian Bach ; Bach's pilgrimages ; Bach's choral works ; Bach's instrumental works ; Instrumentalists in the age of Bach and Handel ; Handel's operas ; Beggar's Opera ; Oratorio: religious drama in music ; Handel's instrumental music
  • III. From Rococo to Classicism : The Rococo ; Domenico Scarlatti ; Toward true opera ; Christoph Willibald Gluck ; Comic opera ; The Manheim school ; Classicism ; Joseph Haydn ; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ; Mozart's instrumental music ; Mozart's operas ; Genesis of The Magic Flute ; 18th-century concert life ; Ludwig van Beethoven ; Beethoven's instrumental music ; Franz Peter Schubert
  • IV. Music in the Romantic era : The mood of Romanticism ; German Romantic opera: Carl Maria von Weber ; Felix Mendelssohn ; Robert Schumann ; Robert and Clara ; Frédéric Chopin ; The search for the spectacular: grand opera ; Italian opera ; Hector Berlioz: arch Romantic ; Franz Liszt: architect of the symphonic tone poem ; Richard Wagner: superman of the opera ; Wagner's Romantic operas ; The Ring of the Nibelungen ; Bayreuth and Parsifal ; Aggrandizement of the orchestra ; The emergence of the virtuoso conductor ; Anton Bruckner
  • V. The twilight of Romanticism : Johannes Brahms ; Georges Bizet ; Guiseppe Verdi: composer and patriot ; French opera: Gounod, Thomas, Massenet ; The sprightly world of Offenbach and Strauss ; The Viennese waltz ; César Franck and his school ; Rebirth of music in England: Parry, Stanford, Elgar ; English light opera: Gilbert and Sullivan ; Music in America: Edward MacDowell
  • VI. The rise of the national schools : Russia: Glinka and the Five ; Peter llich Tchaikovsky ; Lyricists of the homeland: Smetana and Dvorák ; Music of the north ; Edvard Grieg: The voice of Norway ; Jean Sibelius: heroic visions of Finland's past
  • VII. Toward impressionism : New notions of tonality ; Gustav Mahler and the monumental ; Hugo Wolf: master of modern song ; Max Reger: a return to Bach ; Richard Strauss: wizard of orchestration ; Giacomo Puccini: genus of the theatrical ; Verismo's minor masters ; Impressionism: Claude Debussy, the flagbearer ; Maurice Revel: elegant miniaturist ; Impressionism in Spain and Italy ; England's new voices
  • VIII. The twentieth century : Modern music and modern life ; Challengers of traditional tonality: Arnold Schoenberg and his school ; Igor Stravinsky: From exoticism to Classicism ; Béla Bártok: passionate dualist ; Les Six: The modern French masters ; Paul Hindemith: a leader of contemporary music ; Soviet musicians: social realism ; Contemporary American music
Dimensions
29 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
vii, 242 pages
Lccn
60006822
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, facsimiles, portraits
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00398010
  • (OCoLC)ocm00398010

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