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Goethes letters to Zelter

with extracts from those of Zelter to Goethe

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      • Half-title: Bohns standard library ...Forms vol. XIII of Goethes Works, translated by various hands, in Bohns standard library. cf. Alphabetical list of books contained in Bohns libraries.

        StatementG. Bell and sons
        PublishersG. Bell and sons
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        LC Classifications1892
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 140 p. :
        Number of Pages51
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
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        2Goethes Works -- vol. 13
        3

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What no one could have foreseen in 1803 is how Schiller's idiosyncratic use of the chorus in his poem, the continued circulation of which meaningfully relates to his 1803 drama, would play itself out in Beethoven's 1824 Ninth Symphony, the so-called "Choral" Symphony, in which the composer realized his long-cherished notion to set Schiller's "An die Freude" to music.

Goethe's Letters to Zelter, with Extracts from Those of Zelter to Goethe : Coleridge, Arthur Duke: beaminvasion.solarbotics.net: Books

As the years move on the array of characters that crop up is nothing less than astonishing. is given by those necrologists, who, immediately after one's death, carefully balance the good and bad as perceived and applauded by the majority. For example, in the 1812 letter, of the fifty-five words I reproduce above, Bodley, verbatim, repeats fifty-one.

" Leaving the particulars of that aesthetic hanging, she at length returns to the topic, assuring the reader p. " Perhaps someone soon will tell us what this last sentence means. ] Music examples, illustrations, bibliography, index.

"What you say of Beethoven is quite natural," he writes, and "I too admire him with awe. It is a shame Bodley's book did not spend more time under the eye of a vigilant editor. 425 and indexbut 1751. Yet her proposed corrective not only is reductive but also conflicted.