Table of contents for Manuel de Falla : his life and music / Nancy Lee Harper.

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Contents
Musical Examples or Tables
Titles of Musical Works (Spanish/French/Latin/English)
Abbreviations and Useful Addresses
Introduction
Acknowledgments
Part I Biography
1 Cadiz (1876-1897)
2 Mdrid (1897-1907)
3 Paris (1907-1914)
4 Back to Madrid (1914-1920)
5 Granada (1920-1939)
6 Argentina (1939-1946)
Part II Facets of Falla's Life & Works
7 Falla in His Religion
8 Falla the Educator
9 Falla and the Piano
10 Bach-Scarlatti-Beethoven-Chopin-Romanticism
11 Falla-Louis Lucas
12 From Folksong to Plainchant: Musical Borrowings and the Transformation of Manuel de Falla's 
Musical Nationalism in the 1920s by Michael Christoforidis
13 Falla in Europe: Relations with His Contemporaries by Chris Collins
14 Falla-Tansman by Louis Jambou
15 Manuel de Falla's Personal Library and Insights into the Composer's Annotations by Michael 
Christoforidis
Part III Works
16 Youthfull Period (1896-1904)
17 Period of Consolidation of Musical Language (1905-1914)
18 Andalusian Period (1915-1919)
19 Period beyond Nationalism (1920-1926)
20 Period of research for a Universal Synthesis (1927-1946)
Bibliography
Genealogy
Chronology
Index
About the Author and Collaborators
Credits

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Falla, Manuel de, 1876-1946.
Composers -- Spain -- Biography.