This Companion constitutes the most significant and comprehensive reference source to the composer in English. Edited by two of the leading scholars in the field, the collection consists of over 50 contributions from an international array of contributors, including recognized Polish experts. The Companion thus provides a systematic, authoritative and up-to-date compilation of information concerning the composer's life, thought and works.modernist poetry, 207 music tradition, 27 New German School, 202 Glasgow ( United Kingdom), 233 gods (as theme), 116 GA³ralski [The ... 151 see also tonality Harnasie, Op. 55 (ballet), 6a8, 138, 195 harmony, 113 importance of folk music ( Highland music), 13, 54a5, 93, ... 126 in KrA³l Roger, Op. 46, 91 a#39;On Highland Musica#39; (essay, 1925), 2a3, 89a90 PieAA SiuhajA³w [Song of the Highland Lads], 7 Polishanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Szymanowski Companion|
|Author||:||Dr Paul Cadrin, Professor Stephen Downes|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2015-09-28|