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Richard Strauss, the man and his work.

Krause, Ernst

Richard Strauss, the man and his work.

by Krause, Ernst

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Published by Crescendo Pub. Co. in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 561-[562]

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML410.S93 K73 1969
    The Physical Object
    Pagination587 p.
    Number of Pages587
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4752289M
    ISBN 100875970249
    LC Control Number78077591

    It is almost 50 years since Richard Strauss died aged 85 in his home at Garmisch in the Bavarian Alps. At that time, both enthusiasts and detractors chose to look back and hail him as the last Author: Guardian Staff. Richard Strauss in Wikimedia Commons. Richard Strauss, who had already produced an orchestral work inspired by that book, seemingly took this injunction to heart when composing An Alpine.

    T his Sunday evening, the baritone Laurent Naouri will perform a lost work "written" seven decades ago by the composer Richard Strauss, in honour of Author: Philippe Sands. From this pro­found wrestling with the mean­ing of life and death, Strauss, for his next tone poem, leaped to a cel­e­bra­tion of the trick­ster—Till Eulen­spiegels lustige Stre­iche (Till Eulenspiegel’s Mer­ry Pranks).At first Strauss planned to use the leg­end of the medieval scamp as the basis for an opera, but he real­ized that “the book of fairy­tales only out­lines a.

    Matthew Boyden, in his book on Strauss, makes out a strong case for antisemitism in the opera Salome. The work is based on an Oscar Wilde play. Boyden claims that Strauss's choice of play was based on his understanding of it ms being antisemitic, and that his interpretation of the play as an opera is a "study in Jewish depravity.". Ruth Dewey quotes Ernst Krause, "Richard Strauss, The Man and His Work," quoting data from his father's diary. Same in Sabian Symbols No Sy Scholfield quotes "Richard Strauss: A Chronicle of the Early Years, " by Willi s, Richard: Gender: M.


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Richard Strauss, the man and his work by Krause, Ernst Download PDF EPUB FB2

Richard Strauss, the man and his work. London, Collett's [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Richard Strauss; Richard Strauss: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ernst Krause.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Krause, Ernst, Richard Strauss, the man and his work. Boston, Crescendo Pub. [] (OCoLC) Richard Strauss, in full Richard Georg Strauss, (born JMunich, Germany—died September 8,Garmisch-Partenkirchen), an outstanding German Romantic composer of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

His symphonic poems of the s and his operas of the following decade have remained an indispensable feature of the standard repertoire.

In Strauss met the composer Alexander Ritter who was a violinist in the Meiningen orchestra and the husband of one of Richard Wagner's nieces.

An avid champion of the ideals of Wagner and Franz Liszt, Ritter had a tremendous impact on the trajectory of Strauss' work as a composer from convinced Strauss to abandon his more conservative style of composing and embrace Resting place: Strauss-Villa (Garmisch.

Norman Del Mar () was universally recognised as a leading authority on the music of Richard Strauss, and his masterly three-volume study of his life and works remains a classic. Volume I deals with the years from the composer's birth () to Der Rosenkavalier (), discussing the early orchestral and chamber the man and his work.

book, the tone poems. Richard Strauss The Man And His Works Hardcover – Aug by Henry T. Finck (Author)Author: Henry T. Finck. Richard Strauss: The Man And His Works () [Henry T. Finck, Percy Grainger] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks.

Was Richard Strauss the most incandescent composer of the twentieth century or merely a bourgeoisie artist and Nazi sympathizer. For the fifty years since his death on September 8,Richard Strauss has remained dogmatically elusive in the wider body of musical and historical criticism/5.

Richard Strauss and His World book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Strongly influencing European musical life from the s th /5(1). Catalogues. Only 88 compositions by the German composer Richard Strauss (–) have been assigned opus numbers; these numbers are shown in the table below in the column "Op."Two volumes of a catalogue of the remaining works were published by Erich Hermann Mueller von Asow (–) in After von Asow's death Franz Trenner [] (d.

) and Alfons Ott (d. Richard Strauss in (property of the author) frontispiece 1 Strauss and his sister Johanna as children (Lebrecht Collection) 9 2 Strauss aged about sixteen (Richard Strauss-Archiv, Garmisch) 21 3 Strauss and his father, c. (Lebrecht Collection) 25 4 Dora Wihan (Richard Strauss-Archiv, Garmisch) 39 5 Pauline de Ahna as Elsa in Lohengrin.

Yet Strauss was an enigmatic figure-an artistic genius who was consumed with a passion to protect the prosperity and security of his own interests.

In this intriguing biography, Matthew Boyden unveils the man behind the music, painting in masterful fashion a portrait of Strauss's life and work against the backdrop of his culture and turbulent Author: Matthew Boyden. Bryan Gilliam Richard Strauss: New Perspectives on the Composer and His Work (Sources of Music & Their Interpretation S.) Duke University Press, ; ISBN ; pages As we approach the fiftieth anniversary of Richard Stauss’s death, scholarly interest in the composer continues to grow.

Despite what was once a tendency by. Ernst Krause, Richard Strauss: the Man and His Work [A. Done] George R. Marek, Richard Strauss: The Life of a Non-Hero [H.

Peters] Mark-Daniel Schmid, ed., The Richard Strauss Companion; Willi Schuh, Richard Strauss: A Chronicle of the Early Years, [G. Bogers] Richard Strauss, Recollections and Reflections (presentation by Warfield. Original Works. Trv numbers for works are cited from: Franz Trenner, Richard rzeichnis, 3rd edition (Munich, ).; AV numbers for works are cited from: E.

Müller von Asow, Richard isches Verzeichnis (Vienna, ).; Click on the column headings to sort by opus/catalogue numbers, or year of composition, or alphabetically by title. The facts speak for themselves, and I have tried to present these facts without bias so that Strauss's position may be judged fairly.

In assembling illustrations for the first edition I was aided by Boosey & Hawkes, the Mansell Collection, the Radio Times Hulton Picture Library, the late Dr Franz Strauss and the Richard Strauss Archive at Garmisch. British critic Michael Kennedy, in his book on the composer, revolutionized treatment of his subject, not least through his intelligent and systematic use of Bavarian archives.

And now we have The Cambridge Companion to Richard Strauss: honor indeed. Richard Strauss by Michael Kennedy, J.M. Dent,ff. Richard Strauss is equally well known for his operas as for his orchestral tone poems, some of which run to the length of symphonies.

He composed 15 operas, from Guntram in to Capriccio in /5(9). In Richard Strauss: Man, Musician, Enigma, biographer Michael Kennedy demonstrates that the many varying shades of criticism that have painted this figure in the past half century resemble the similar understandings and misunderstandings held by his contemporaries—perceptions that touched almost every aspect of Strauss' life and : The anniversary of the birth of Richard Strauss, years ago this June, is already being marked across the country.

In Manchester, the major musical establishments – the Hallé, the BBC Philharmonic, the Camerata and the Royal Northern College of Music – are holding a joint festival of nine concerts spread across the first eight weeks of the year, concentrating on his songs with.

The New Yorker, Decem P. A CRITIC AT LARGE about Richard Strauss and two new biographies, “Richard Strauss: Man, Musician, Enigma” (Cambridge) by Michael Kennedy, and.Strauss committed suicide in He was employed by the university from to ’98 but was suspended from his work as a treating physician in January .Ernst Krause, Richard Strauss: the Man and His Work () [A.

Done] Willi Schuh, Richard Strauss: A Chronicle of the Early Years, () [G. Bogers] Kurt Wilhelm, Richard Strauss: an Intimate Portrait () [A.

Ruiz-Ruiz] Bryan Gilliam, ed., Richard Strauss: New Perspectives on the Composer and His Work () [P. Madden].