Table of contents for The Schenker project : culture, race, and music theory in fin-de-siâaecle Vienna / Nicholas Cook.

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 	Introduction: Schenker's contexts
Chapter 1	Foundations of the Schenker project
 Schenker and the philosophers
 	Formalists against formalism
		Rehabilitating musical logic
Chapter 2	The reluctant modernist
		Curlicues and catastrophe
		Ornamentation and critique in fin-de-siècle Vienna
		Modernists against modernism
		Alienated classics
Chapter 3	The conservative tradition
		Schenker's politics
		The logic of nostalgia
		The anachronistic city
Chapter 4	The politics of assimilation
		Schenker's project and Jewish tradition
 	The logic of alterity
		Schenker and others
Chapter 5	Beyond assimilation
		Schenker's Rosenhaus
		The posthumous Schenker
		Conclusion: music theory as social practice
		List of references
Appendix: 'The spirit of musical technique'
 Translated by William Pastille

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Schenker, Heinrich, 1868-1935 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Music theory -- Social aspects -- Austria -- Vienna.
Music theory -- Political aspects -- Austria -- Vienna.