Table of contents for German modernism : music and the arts / Walter Frisch.

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Acknowledgements	000
Introduction	000
Chapter 1
Ambivalent Modernism: Perspectives from the 1870s and 1880s	000
Wagner and German Modernism	000
Crosscurrents in Wilhelmine Germany	000
Nietzsche and Wagner	000
Nietzsche's Neoclassical Turn	000
Nietzsche's "German Depth," "Music of the South," and the "Grand Style"	000
Wagner's Parsifal and Ambivalent Modernism	000
Chapter 2
German Naturalism	000
Naturalism: Definitions and Perspectives	000
Naturalism and Wagner	000
Declamatory Naturalism German Verismo	000
Tiefland	000
Mona Lisa	000
Der ferne Klang	000
Salome and Elektra	000
Chapter 3
Convergences: Music and the Visual Arts	000
Adorno's "Convergence"	000
The Total Artwork Max Klinger	000
The Brahms Fantasy	000
Symbolism, Abstraction, Jugendstil	000
The Theories of August Endell	000
The Blue Rider	000
The Schoenberg Concert of January 2, 1911	000
Schoenberg's Music	000
Kandinsky's Impression III	000
Thoughts in Conclusion	000
Chapter 4
Bach, Regeneration, and Historicist Modernism	000
Bach as Healthy, Bach as Healer	000
Bach Reception Around 1900	000
Bach and Music Theory Reger's Historicist Modernism	000
Reger's Organ Suite, op. 16	000
Reger's Bach Variations, op. 81	000
Reger's Piano Concerto, op. 114	000
Busoni's Bach Toward Irony: Mahler and Bachian Counterpoint	000
Notes	000
Tables, Musical Examples	000
Chapter 5
Ironic Germans Thomas Mann, Wagner, and Irony	000
Buddenbrooks	000
Mann's Tristan	000
Parody	000
Blood of the Wälsungs	000
Mahler's Irony	000
Notes	000
Musical Examples	000
Chapter 6
Dancing in Chains: Strauss, Hofmannsthal, Pfitzner and Their Musical Pasts	000
Strauss and Hofmannsthal	000
Tristan in Der Rosenkavalier	000
Ariadne auf Naxos	000
Some Ariadne Precedents	000
Mozart, Wagner, and Ariadne	000
The Character of Ariadne	000
Ariadne as Hypertext	000
Pfitzner's Regressive Modernism	
Epilogue: "Our Play Has Long Ago Finished its Run"	000
Notes	000
Bibliography of Works Cited	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Music Germany 19th century History and criticism, Music Germany 20th century History and criticism, Modernism (Art) Germany, Art and music