Jean Sibelius: A Guide t. .has been added to your Cart. Indispensable for serious music-library collections
Jean Sibelius: A Guide t. Indispensable for serious music-library collections. Goss has furnished us with a thoughtful presifting of this widely scattered material and has helped to nudge us toward the potential nuggets of gold concealed within it. The Guide is the most carefully prepared bibliography of published writings on the composer. It is certain to become a staple of Sibelius scholarship for decades to come. Highly recommended for academic libraries.
First Published in 1998. Like its companion volumes in the Routledge Music Bibliographies series, it serves beginning and advanced students and scholars as a basic guide t. aperback – 2015-11-24 Routledge Routledge Music Bibliographies.
For Instructors Request Inspection Copy. Brava, Professor Goss!" - - Journal of the Conductors Guild. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
View it in the Music Periodicals Database.
Glenda Dawn Goss began her teaching career at the University of Georgia and was promoted to full Professor. She won university-wide teaching awards (in 1986 and 1990) and served for some years as the head of the division of musicology. In 2009 her biography, Sibelius: A Composer’s Life and the Awakening of Finland, was published by the University of Chicago Press. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. Education Reform & Poverty in Comparative Perspective: Schoo EAN 9780815311706. Crit Reflect Groups Hc EAN 9780815311645. Bod XXIII: Indexes to the Bodleian Shelley Manuscripts with Addenda, Corrigenda, List of Watermarks, and Related Bodleian EAN 9780815317. 31 руб. Rewriting the Gender Curriculum (Critical Education Practice) EAN 978081531.
Glenda Dawn Goss begins her sweeping narrative in the Finland of Sibelius’s youth, which remained under Russian control for . Skillfully evoking this artistic climate-in which Sibelius emerged as a leader-Goss creates a dazzling portrait of the painting, sculpture, literature, and music it inspired.
Glenda Dawn Goss begins her sweeping narrative in the Finland of Sibelius’s youth, which remained under Russian control for the first five decades of his life. Focusing on previously unexamined events, Goss explores the composer’s formative experiences as a Russian subject and a member of the Swedish-speaking Finnish minority. To solve the deepest riddles of Sibelius’s life, work, and enigmatic silence, Goss contends, we must understand the awakening in which he played so great a role. No commitment, cancel anytime.