William W. Austin (1920-2000)

Pays : États-Unis
Sexe : masculin
Naissance : Lawton (Oklahoma, États-Unis), 18-01-1920
Mort : Ithaca (New York, États-Unis), 15-03-2000
Note :
Musicologue
Autres formes du nom : William Weaver Austin (1920-2000)
William Austin (1920-2000)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 0883 9124

William W. Austin (1920-2000) : œuvres (19)

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Words and music
A Christmas set
Anton von Webern, perspectives. Compiled by Hans Moldenhauer, edited by Demar Irvine. Introductory interview with Igor Stravinsky
Music in the 20th century from Debussy through Stravinsky
The New-born King. A Christmas cantata. Music by Gordon Jacob.. Words selected by Hazel Swift [de William Austin, M. E. Coleridge, S. T. Coleridge, John Hall, Longfellow, Shakespeare, Francis Thompson, Henry Vaughan. For baritone solo, mixed voices and orchestra (or piano, or piano duet). Vocal score]
The music of Robert Palmer
Santayana as a critic of music
The Idea of evolution in the music of the 20 th century
Hindemith's "Frau Musica" : the versions of 1928 and 1943 compared
Quelques connaissances et opinions de Schoenberg et Webern sur Debussy
Traditional forms in new musical idioms
Traditional forms in new musical idioms
Traditional forms in new musical idioms
Words and music

Éditeur scientifique (4)

Claude Debussy. Prelude to the Afternoon of a faun [- Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune. Pour orchestre]. An authoritative score, Mallarmé's poem, backgrounds and sources, criticism and analysis
New looks at Italian opera
New looks at Italian opera, essays in honor of, Donald J. Grout..., edited, with an introduction, by William W. Austin
The New-born King. A Christmas cantata. Music by Gordon Jacob.. Words selected by Hazel Swift [de William Austin, M. E. Coleridge, S. T. Coleridge, John Hall, Longfellow, Shakespeare, Francis Thompson, Henry Vaughan. For baritone solo, mixed voices and orchestra (or piano, or piano duet). Vocal score]

Auteur ou responsable intellectuel (1)

Critical years in European musical history 1915-1925

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