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Mendelssohn, the organ, and the music of the past : constructing historical legacies /

edited by Jürgen Thym.

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Names: Thym, Jürgen,
Published: Rochester, NY : University of Rochester Press, 2014.
Series: Eastman studies in music ; v. 118.
Topics: Organ music - Germany - 19th century - History and criticism. | Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, 1809-1847.
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Mendelssohn and the contrapuntal tradition / R. Larry Todd -- Mendelssohn and the Catholic tradition : Roman influences on his Kirchen-Musik, op. 23 and Drei Motetten, op. 39 / Siegwart Reichwald -- Mendelssohn and the legacy of Beethoven's Ninth : vocality in the "Reformation" symphony / Peter Mercer-Taylor -- Mendelssohn and the organ / Wm. A. Little -- Some observations on Mendelssohn's Bach recital / Russell Stinson -- "He ought to have a statue" : Mendelssohn, Gauntlett, and the English organ Reform / Nicholas Thistlethwaite -- Mendelssohn's Sonatas, op. 65, and the Craighead-Saunders organ at the Eastman School of Music : aspects of performance practice and context / Hans Davidsson -- The Bach tradition among the Mendelssohn ancestry / Christoph Wolff -- Music history as sermon : style, form, and narrative in Mendelssohn's "Dürer" cantata (1828) / John Michael Cooper -- Mendelssohn's "authentic" Handel in context : German approaches to translation and art and architectural restoration in the early nineteenth century / Glenn Stanley -- Beyond the ethical and aesthetic : on reconciling religious art with secular art-religion in Mendelssohn's "Lobgesang" / Benedict Taylor -- Mendelssohn's religious worlds : currents and crosscurrents of Protestantism in nineteenth-century Germany and Great Britain / Celia Applegate.

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