Articles by tag "Mahler, Gustav"
Multivalent Form in Gustav Mahlerʼs Lied von der Erde from the Perspective of Its Performance History
The challenge of reconstructing Gustav Mahlerʼs aesthetics and style of performance, which incorporated expressive and structuralist principles, as well as problematic implications of a post-Mahlerian structuralist performance style (most prominently developed by the Schoenberg School) are taken in this article as the background for a discussion of the performance history...
“The Hand that Writes”: The Scriptorial Unfinishedness of the First Movement of Mahler’s Tenth
Since Theodor W. Adorno’s essay “Roman” (“Novel”), in his book Mahler: Eine Musikalische Physiognomik (Mahler: A Musical Physiognomy), it has become commonplace for scholars to study the narrativity of Gustav Mahler’s music. However, insufficient attention has been given to the analysis of narrativity within the compositional process, in light of...