Table of contents for Richard Strauss's orchestral music and the German intellectual tradition : the philosophical roots of musical modernism / Charles Youmans.

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Contents
Intellectual History and Artistic Production: The Case of Richard Strauss
Part I. The Private Intellectual Context of Strauss's Early Career
1. "The Conversion": Strauss and Wagnerism
2. Music and the "Denial of the Will": Schopenhauer in Strauss's Life and Work
3. Strauss's Nietzsche
4. Goethe and the Development of Strauss's Mature Worldview
Part II. Orchestral Composition as Philosophical Critique
5. The First Cycle of Tone Poems: Genesis of a Critical Musical Technique
6. Eulenspiegel, Zarathustra, Quixote, Strauss: Crystallization of a Persona
7. Absolute Music, Twentieth-Century Aesthetics, and the Symphonies of
Richard Strauss
Notes
Works Cited
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949. Orchestra music.
Orchestral music -- History and criticism.
Music -- Germany -- 20th century -- Philosophy and aesthetics.