The Tooth That Nibbles at the Soul: Essays on Music and Poetry
University of Washington Press (2010)
|Abstract||Introduction : music and abstraction -- Music and fantasy -- German romanticism and music -- Negative poetics : on skepticism and the lyric voice -- Rethinking the scale of literary history -- Mozart, Bach, and musical abjection -- Moods at mid-century : Handel and English literature, 1740-1760 -- Passion and love : anacreontic song and the roots of romantic lyric -- Haydn's whimsy : poetry, sexuality, repetition -- Non Giovanni : Mozart with Hegel.|
|Keywords||Music and literature Music Philosophy and aesthetics|
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