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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1887-1888-377

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DEPARTMENT FOR LADIES 373 their form or their tenor strophical or ζζ through-composed songs the relation of poetry and music melody and accom- paniment secular and sacred songs national songs 'Υolkslieder artistic songs classical songs the songs of Mozart and Beethoven Franz Schubert Schubert's sue- cessors Robert Franz the songs of Mendelssohn and Schumann the songs of Franz Liszt their characteristic qualities Lectures II and III -The Songs of Robert Franz Their character and artistic value Franz's place among song writers the life of Franz early impressions his teachers self-help Friedrich Schneider disappointments and mis- givings acquaintance with Schumann and Liszt renewed efforts further characteristics of Franz's songs his favourite poets his conception of the relation of words and music his accompaniments the later life of Franz his fellow- citizens and their reluctant appreciation of Franz old age and deafness conclusion Lectures IV and -The Songs of Johannes Brahms Schumann's opinion of Brahms the prophecy fulfilled general considerations difference between old and modern classical music the individuality of the modern composer xnd its influence upon his works the character of the works of Brahms their difficulty life of Brahms his masters -i-cquaintance with Liszt and Schumann continued studies slowness of appreciation by the musical world final triumphs present position Brahms's songs their character- istics and wonderful variety his favourite poets compari- 30ns further remarks about the general appreciation of Brahms's songs conclusion Lecture VI The Songs of Rubinstein Rubinstein's life 3arly training concert tours return to Russia eminent position pianist and composer essential differences Rubinstein's works his instrumental compositions his 3peras his songs and their character Rubinstein and Brahms conclusion
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