Table of contents for After the golden age : the decline of romantic pianism and the dawn of modern performance / Kenneth Hamilton.

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List of Figures and Music Examples
Chapter 1- Great Tradition-Grand Manner-Golden Age:
A Realm of Gold¿
Great Traditions?
The Legacy of Liszt and Thalberg
The ¿Continuous Performance Tradition¿
Romantic Pianism-Modern Pianism
Chapter 2- Creating the Solo Recital:
Paderewski- A Vignette
From Variety Concert to Recital
The Mood of the Moment¿
The ¿Great Work¿
Programming Post-Rubinstein
Chapter 3- With Due Respect:
And All from Memory
Who Cares about Applause?
Uninvited Guests
Chapter 4- A Suitable Prelude:
¿Begin, and somewhat loudly sweep the string.¿
Why and How
A Delayed Demise
Chapter 5- A Singing Tone:
¿Kein Leben ohne Kunst¿
Thalberg and L¿Art du Chant
Busoni versus Thalberg (or not¿)
The Soul of the Piano
Chapter 6- The Letter of the Score:
A Question of Fidelity
The Letter of which Score?
The Protean Piano
The Thoroughly Modern Musician
In Practice¿
Chapter 7- Lisztiana:
Myth and Reality
Once More the Letter of the Score
Liszt¿s Pedaling
Tempo and Technique
Chapter 8- Postlude: Post-Liszt:
The Instrument of the Immortals
The Cult of the Artist
Tracing the Traditions

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Piano -- Performance -- History.