Bronze by Gold

Bronze by Gold : The Music of Joyce

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Product details

  • Paperback | 394 pages
  • 138 x 216 x 20.57mm | 730g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138965138
  • 9781138965133

Table of contents

Introduction, Sebastian D. G. Knowles * Bronze: Music; James Joyce and Dublin Opera, 1888-1904, Seamus Reilly * Joyce's Trieste: Citt Musicalissima, John McCourt * Chamber Music: Words and Music Lovingly Coupled, Myra T. Russel * "Mr. Bloom and the Cyclops": Joyce and Antheil's Unfinished "Op ra M canique," Paul Martin * Opus Posthumous: James Joyce, Gottfried Keller, Othmar Schoeck, and Samuel Barber, Sebastian D. G. Knowles * The Euphonium Cagehaused in Either Notation: John Cage and Finnegans Wake, Scott W. Klein * Davies, Berio, and Ulysses, Murat Eyuboglu * Gold: Text; Noise, Music, Voice, Dubliners, Allan Hepburn * The Distant Music of the Spheres, Thomas Jackson Rice * Bronze by Gold by Bloom: Echo, the Invocatory Drive, and the 'Aurteur' in "Sirens," Susan Mooney * Strange Words, Strange Music: The Verbal Music of "Sirens," Andreas Fischer * Mining the Ore of "Sirens": An Investigation of Structural Components, Margaret Rogers * "Circe," La Gioconda, and the Opera House of the Mind, John Gordon * Parsing Persse: The Codology of Hosty's Song, Zack Bowen and Alan Roughley * Synthesizing "The Ballad of Persse O'Reilly," Daniel J. Schiffshow more