Symphonies and Their Meaning; Third Series, Modern Symphonies
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Symphonies and Their Meaning; Third Series, Modern Symphonies

By Philip H. (Philip Henry) Goepp
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Table of Contents
  • SYMPHONIES AND THEIR MEANING
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
  • SYMPHONIES AND THEIR MEANING
    • MODERN SYMPHONIES
  • CHAPTER I
    • THE SYMPHONY DURING THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
  • CHAPTER II
    • BERLIOZ AND LISZT
  • CHAPTER III
    • BERLIOZ. "ROMEO AND JULIET."
  • CHAPTER IV
    • A SYMPHONY TO DANTE'S "DIVINA COMMEDIA"
  • CHAPTER V
    • THE SYMPHONIC POEMS OF LISZT
  • CHAPTER VI
    • THE SYMPHONIC POEMS OF SAINT-SAËNS
  • CHAPTER VII
    • CÉSAR FRANCK
  • CHAPTER VIII
    • D'INDY AND THE FOLLOWERS OF FRANCK
  • CHAPTER IX
    • DÉBUSSY AND THE INNOVATORS
  • CHAPTER X
    • TSCHAIKOWSKY
  • CHAPTER XI
    • THE NEO-RUSSIANS
  • CHAPTER XII
    • SIBELIUS. A FINNISH SYMPHONY[44]
  • CHAPTER XIII
    • BOHEMIAN SYMPHONIES
  • CHAPTER XIV
    • THE EARLIER BRUCKNER[49]
  • CHAPTER XV
    • THE LATER BRUCKNER
  • CHAPTER XVI
    • HUGO WOLFF[55]
  • CHAPTER XVII
    • MAHLER[62]
  • CHAPTER XVIII
    • RICHARD STRAUSS[66]
  • CHAPTER XIX
    • ITALIAN SYMPHONIES
  • CHAPTER XX
    • EDWARD ELGAR. AN ENGLISH SYMPHONY[77]
  • CHAPTER XXI
    • SYMPHONIES IN AMERICA
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