Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to Bruckner / edited by John Williamson.

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Part I. Background: 1. Introduction: a Catholic composer in the age of Bismarck John Williamson
2. Musical life in Upper Austria in the mid-nineteenth century Andrea Harrandt
3. Bruckner in Vienna Andrea Harrandt
Part II. Choral Music: 4. Bruckner's large sacred compositions Paul Hawkshaw
5. Bruckner and the motet A. Crawford Howie
6. Bruckner and secular vocal music A. Crawford Howie
Part III. The Symphonist: 7. The Brucknerian symphony: an overview John Williamson
8. Bruckner's symphonies - a reinterpretation: the dialectic of darkness and light Derek B. Scott
9. Programme symphony and absolute music John Williamson
10. Bruckner editions: the revolution revisited Benjamin M. Korstvedt
11. Bruckner and the symphony orchestra Julian Horton
12. Between formlessness and formality: aspects of Bruckner's approach to symphonic form Benjamin M. Korstvedt
13. Formal process as spiritual progress: the symphonic slow movements Margaret Notley
14. Bruckner and Harmony Kevin Swinden
Part IV. Reception: 15. Conductors and Bruckner John Williamson
16. The musical image of Bruckner Christa Brüstle.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Bruckner, Anton, 1824-1896 Criticism and interpretation