Die Sache F R Die Mein Leben Einsteht Studien Zu Leben Und Werk Des Wiener Komponisten Hans Rott

Author: Uwe Harten
Publisher: Georg Olms Verlag
ISBN: 348715160X
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Die Sache F R Die Mein Leben Einsteht Studien Zu Leben Und Werk Des Wiener Komponisten Hans Rott from the Author: Uwe Harten. »Was die Musik an ihm verloren hat, ist gar nicht zu ermessen.« Gustav Mahler war es, der sich im Jahre 1900 in dieser Weise über seinen früheren Studienkollegen Hans Rott (1858–1884) äußerte. Trotzdem dauerte es noch fast 90 Jahre, bevor die Musikwelt auf den mit nicht einmal 26 Jahren in der Psychiatrie verstorbenen Komponisten aufmerksam wurde: Die 1989 erfolgte Uraufführung der beeindruckenden E-Dur-Symphonie, die Rott im Alter von 22 Jahren vollendet hatte, bildete hierbei den Ausgangspunkt für die Wiederentdeckung des Bruckner-Schülers und Wagner-Anhängers. Der vorliegende Band vereint die Referate, die im Rahmen des anlässlich des 150. Geburtstages von Hans Rott veranstalteten Symposions in Wien gehalten wurden. Unter den Beiträgen finden sich sowohl Arbeiten zur Biographie und zum gesellschaftlichen Umfeld des Komponisten als auch Studien zu seinem Werk, zu den auf ihn wirkenden musikalischen Einflüssen und zur Rezeption seiner Werke. Hatte sich die wissenschaftliche Forschung in den ersten Jahren nach der Entdeckung der Musik Rotts zunächst auf den sicherlich unüberhörbaren Einfluss konzentriert, den seine E-Dur-Symphonie auf das symphonische Schaffen Mahlers ausgeübt hat, so ist die hier vorgelegte Aufsatzsammlung Beleg dafür, dass mehr und mehr Hans Rott selbst, seine Person und sein Werk, in den Mittelpunkt des wissenschaftlichen Interesses gerückt sind.

What Was Before

Author: Martin Mosebach
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ISBN: 9780857422149
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What Was Before from the Author: Martin Mosebach. Told through a series of vignettes, a young man describes to his jealous lover what his life was like before her, relating a story of coincidence, intrigue, sex, and betrayal in the highest echelons of Frankfurt society.

The Deaf Way

Author: Carol Erting
Publisher: Gallaudet University Press
ISBN: 9781563680267
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The Deaf Way from the Author: Carol Erting. The Deaf Way documents the vast scholarly and artistic endeavors that took place in July 1989 when more than 6,000 deaf people from around the world met at Gallaudet University to celebrate Deaf culture. More than 150 articles by world-renowned experts examine every aspect of Deaf life in societies crisscrossing the globe. This outstanding volume is divided into ten distinct sections: Deaf Culture Around the World, Deaf History, The Study of Sign Language in Society, Diversity in the Deaf Community, Deaf Clubs and Sports, The Deaf Child in the Family, Education, Deaf/Hearing Interaction, Deaf People and the Arts, and Deaf People and Human Rights Issues.

Edge Of Irony

Author: Marjorie Perloff
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022605442X
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Edge Of Irony from the Author: Marjorie Perloff. Among the brilliant writers and thinkers who emerged from the multicultural and polyglot world of the Austro-Hungarian Empire were Sigmund Freud, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Franz Kafka, and Paul Celan. For them, the trauma of the First World War included the sudden dissolution of the geographical entity into which they were born. Austria, the small, fragile republic that emerged from the Empire in 1918, became in Karl Kraus s words the research laboratory for world destruction. In this major reconsideration of European modernism, Marjorie Perloff identifies and explores the aesthetic world that emerged from the rubble of WWI Vienna and other former Hapsburg territoriesan Austro-Modernist ethos that strangely anticipates the darkness and cynicism of our own disillusioned twenty-first-century culture. Perloff introduces works in a variety of genresdrama (Kraus s Last Days of Mankind ), the novel (Roth s The Radetzky March ), the essay (central to Robert Musil s The Man without Qualities ), the memoir (Elias Canetti s The Tongue Set Free ), the lyric poem (Celan s love poetry), and the philosophical notebook (Wittgenstein)so as to give even non-specialists a sense of the complex and troubled literary scene created in the shadow of empire and war. These writers created a deeply skeptical and resolutely individualistic modernismone much less ideologically charged, for example, than its counterpart in Germany. Austro-Modernism was not avant-garde in the usual senses, Perloff shows. But its savage and grotesquely comic irony, its conviction, most memorably expressed by Wittgenstein, that argumentation was best conveyed through aphorism, its fondness for paradox and contradiction as modes of understanding, and its early embrace of an aesthetics of documentation and appropriationthese may well be the most lasting legacies of any modernist movement. Austro-Modernism emerges here as a vital alternative, not only to the French and Anglo-American modernisms that have largely defined the period, but also to Weimar and the Frankfurt School, so central to Anglo-American cultural studies."

Playing With Something That Runs

Author: Mark J. Butler
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0195393627
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Playing With Something That Runs from the Author: Mark J. Butler. Popular styles of electronic dance music are pervasively mediated by technology, not only within production but also in performance. The most familiar performance format in this style, the DJ set, is created with turntables, headphones, twelve-inch vinyl records, and a mixing board. Going beyond simply playing other people's records, DJs select, combine, and manipulate different parts of records to form new compositions that differ substantially from their source materials. In recent years, the "laptop set" has become equally common; in this type of performance, musicians use computers and specialized software to transform and reconfigure their own precomposed sounds. Both types of performance are largely improvised, evolving in response to the demands of a particular situation through interaction with a dancing audience. Within performance, musicians make numerous spontaneous decisions about variables such as which sounds they will play, when they will play them, and how they will be combined with other sounds. Yet the elements that constitute these improvisations are also fixed in certain fundamental ways: performances are fashioned from patterns or tracks recorded beforehand, and in the case of DJ sets, these elements are also physical objects (vinyl records). In Playing with Something that Runs, author Mark J. Butler explores these improvised performances, revealing the ways in which musicians utilize seemingly invariable prerecorded elements to create dynamic, real-time improvisations. Based on extensive interviews with musicians in their studios, as well as in-depth studies of particular mediums of performance, including both DJ and laptop sets, Butler explores the ways in which technologies, both material and musical, are used in performance and improvisation in order to make these transformations possible. An illuminating look at the world of popular electronic-music performance, Playing with Something that Runs is an indispensable resource for electronic dance musicians and fans as well as scholars and students of popular music.Readership: Scholars and students of popular music interested in contemporary electronic music, fans of electronic dance music (EDM), and EDM DJs and musicians.

Nothin To Lose

Author: Ken Sharp
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062131745
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Nothin To Lose from the Author: Ken Sharp. Nothin' to Lose: The Making of KISS (1972-1975) chronicles, for the first time, the crucial formative years of the legendary rock band KISS, culminating with the groundbreaking success of their classic 1975 album Alive! and the smash single "Rock and Roll All Nite," a song that nearly four decades later remains one of rock's most enduring anthems. Drawing on more than two hundred interviews, the book offers a captivating and intimate fly-on-the-wall account of their launch, charting the struggles and ultimate victories that led them to the threshold of superstardom. Constructed as an oral history, the book includes original interviews with Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley, and Peter Criss, as well as with producers; engineers; management; record company personnel; roadies; club owners; booking agents; concert promoters; costume, stage, and art designers; rock photographers; publicists; and key music journalists. Many of KISS's musical contemporaries from the time, most of whom shared concert bills with the band on their early tours, also lend their perspective via new interviews; these include Bob Seger, Alice Cooper, and Ted Nugent, as well as members of Aerosmith, Black Sabbath, Rush, Slade, Blue Ă–yster Cult, Mott the Hoople, Journey, REO Speedwagon, Styx, Raspberries, The James Gang, The New York Dolls, Iggy & the Stooges, The Ramones, Suzi Quatro, Argent, and Uriah Heep, among others. The result is an indelible and irresistible portrait of a band on the rise and of the music scene they changed forever.