Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to Michael Tippett / edited by Kenneth Gloag, Nicholas Jones.


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Chronology of Tippett's life and career Jonathan Rees; Part I. Contexts and Concepts: 1. Tippett and twentieth-century polarities Arnold Whittall; 2. Tippett and the English traditions Christopher Mark; 3. 'Things that chiefly interest ME': Tippett and early music Suzanne Cole; 4. Tippett and politics: the 1930s and beyond Joanna Bullivant; 5. 'Coming out to oneself': encodings of homosexual identity from the first string quartet to The Heart's Assurance Suzanne Robinson; 6. Between image and imagination: Tippett's creative process Thomas Schuttenhelm; Part II. Works and Genres: 7. Tippett's 'great divide': before and after King Priam Iain Stannard; 8. 'Symphonic music in our modern times': Tippett and the symphony Edward Venn; 9. Tippett and the concerto: from double to triple Kenneth Gloag; 10. The four piano sonatas: past and present tensions Alastair Borthwick; 11. Formal archetypes, revered masters and singing nightingales: Tippett's string quartets Nicholas Jones; 12. Tippett's operatic world: from The Midsummer Marriage to New Year Kenneth Gloag; 13. Words and music Edward Venn; Chronological list of works Jonathan Rees.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Tippett, Michael, -- 1905-1998 -- Criticism and interpretation.