Intersections
Canadian Journal of Music

Volume 33, Number 2, 2013 Musical Perspectives, People, and Places: Essays in Honour of Carl Morey Guest-edited by Gordon E. Smith

Table of contents (14 articles)

  • Introduction
  • Articles

    1. Canadian Music: A Personal Perspective
    2. The Wild Hunter, the Wandering Jew, and the Flying Dutchman: The Hunt In Wagner’s Der fliegende Holländer
    3. Perspectives on the Late Piano Music of Oskar Morawetz and John Weinzweig
    4. The Eventual Premiere of Issipile: Porpora and the Palchetti War
    5. Providing the Taste of Learning: Nadia Boulanger’s Lasting Imprint on Canadian Music
    6. Anhalt’s Oppenheimer: The History of a Never-Finished Major Work
    7. “The Spectacle of a Young Man”: Glenn Gould, Graham Steed, and an Unpublished Concert Review for the Windsor Star
    8. Neglected Canadian Orchestral Music
    9. Seeds for a Mature Compositional Style: An Analysis of Melody, Musical Layers, and Signals in Claude Vivier’s Chants
    10. The Power of Stories: Canadian Music Scholarship’s Narratives and Counter-Narratives

    Book Reviews / Comptes rendus

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