Henri Dutilleux: Music - Mystery and Memory: Conversations with Claude Glayman

Henri Dutilleux: Music - Mystery and Memory: Conversations with Claude Glayman

by Taylor and Francis

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Overview

Born in 1916, Henri Dutilleux is one of France s leading composers, enjoying an international reputation for his beautifully crafted works. This is the first translation into English of a series of interviews between Dutilleux and the French writer and journalist Claude Glayman which took place in 1996. Dutilleux discusses aspects of his life including his early training at the Paris Conservatoire, the German occupation of France and the time that he spent in the United States. The interviews reveal much about his music and his approach to composition, as well as the influences on his musical style. Originally published by Actes Sud in 1997, this English edition is the work of translator Roger Nichols, one of the UK s leading specialists on French music.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781351563857
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 07/05/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 168
File size: 320 KB

About the Author

Roger Nichols has written and broadcast widely on French music. His translations of the correspondence of Berlioz and of Debussy have been published by Faber, and his translation of Jean-Michel Nectoux’s Gabriel Faure: les voix du clair-obscur was published by CUP in 1991.

Table of Contents

Contents: The portrait of Chopin; An anxious child; Of bells and belfries; Paris. The Conservatoire - 'artists' entrance'; In the style of ...; Interlude at the Villa Medici; From the occupation to the liberation; in search of an aesthetic; Geneviève Joy; Pelléas in September 1940; With Grémillon, Fano and Pialat; Opus 1; French radio - first symphony; Serialism: historical necessity or terrorism?; Les ballet de Paris - Le Loup; On Jean Cassou; 'Le Double', via Münch; Memory and not leitmotif; Nalraux as music director; Métaboles for George Szell; May 1968; Tout un monde lointain; On the name 'Sacher'; Aren't the notes enough?; Nocturnes - timbres, espace, mouvement; Ainsi la nuit - the economy of the string quartet; Mystère de l'instant; Festivals; L'arbre des songes; Le jeu des contraires and subsequent works; Twenty-four strings and a cymbalom; Against the tide or unclassifiable?; Science and music; French music and the outside world; Index.

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