Australasian music research 5 : Percy Grainger issue / editors: Malcolm Gillies, Mark Carroll.
Australian Works Analysed in this Book
||Lincolnshire posy (1937) by Percy Grainger|
Contents note: Grainger in Edwardian London / Anne-Marie Forbes -- A musical Hyde Park Corner: Grainger's use of texture / Malcolm Gillies -- Grainger on race and nation / David Pear -- Grainger as an interpreter of Grieg / Eleanor A.L. Tan -- Walt Whitman and the synthesis of Grainger's manliness / David Pear -- Living, deathless, timeless music: Grainger and early music / Kathleen E. Nelson -- Folksong and mode in Grainger's 'A Lincolnshire posy' / Warren Bourne -- Grainger and the Australian Broadcasting Commission after 1935: memories, hopes and frustrations / Kathleen E. Nelson -- Grainger's autobiographical writings: new light on old questions / Simon Perry -- Epilogue: Grainger studies and the future / David Pear and Malcolm Gillies.
Includes an introduction by Malcolm Gillies.
Includes bibliographical references.
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