Jean Sibelius (Hardback)

Tomi Mäkelä

Edité par Boydell Brewer Ltd, 2011
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Language: English Brand New Book. This acclaimed study, available in English for the first time, looks at the music of Jean Sibelius in its biographical context. Myths have surrounded Sibelius (1865-1957) and his work, for more than 100 years, often diverting attention away from his creative output. Drawing on many unpublished sources, Makela s study leads us back to Sibelius as a musician and a poet of universal validity. Chapters examine the composer s creativity, inspiration, influence, aspects of genre, as well as the relationship of the artist with nature and homeland. Those who knew Sibelius at an early age tell of a youthful bohemian in the midst of European decadence. This age of Carmen (Eduard Munch) marked Sibelius s formative years. The composer s most important works, dating from a time between his third symphony and Tapiola, reflect the modernistic mainstream. Sibelius s last three decades, known as the Silence of Ainola , have inspired the masculine cliches that this book deconstructs. Sibelius was one of the least political artists of his time who nevertheless became heavily politicized. The first supreme musical talent in the region, he gave his nation a genuine sound. Europeans of the late nineteenth century showed increasing affinity with Nordic culture. Aino, Sibelius s wife, was instrumental in creating the image of her husband as a Nordic icon. The book closely scrutinizes this popular image. In an Anglo-American artistic context his mix of regionalism and modernity remained attractive even when these elements went out of fashion in the art movement of continental Europe. Ideas of Finland and the North vastly influenced the interpretation of meaning in Sibelius s music, a music that until this day remains enigmatic. BR TOMI MAKELA is the author of several books and essays on Finnish music, Romanticism, and Western modernism. From 1996-2008 he was professor of music in Magdeburg. Since 2009 he has been professor of music at the Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg. N° de réf. du libraire

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Synopsis : This acclaimed study, available in English for the first time, looks at the music of Jean Sibelius (1865-1957) in its biographical context. The enigmatic composer is revealed in several chapters examining the background to Sibelius's creativity and the influences upon him. Other chapters show how he influenced others, discuss aspects of genre, as well as the relationship of the artist with nature and homeland. For more than 100 years myths have surrounded Sibelius and his work, often diverting attention away from his creative output. Drawing on many unpublished sources, Mäkelä's study focuses again the attention on Sibelius as a musician and a 'poet' of universal validity. Those who knew the composer at an early age tell a story of a youthful bohemian in the midst of European decadence. This 'age of Carmen', as Eduard Munch called it, marked Sibelius's formative years. Sibelius's most important works, dating from a time between his third symphony and Tapiola, reflect the modernistic mainstream. The composer's last three decades, known as the 'Silence of Ainola', have inspired the masculine clichés that this book deconstructs. Contemporaries tend to remember a detached gentleman mostly accompanied by his wife Aino. She was instrumental in creating the image of her husband as a Nordic icon. This book closely scrutinizes this popular image. Sibelius was one of the least political artists of his time who nevertheless became heavily politicized. The first supreme musical talent in the region, he gave his nation a genuine sound. Europeans of the late nineteenth century showed increasing affinity with Nordic culture, beside the still heavy Mediterranean influence. For English and American artists his mix of regionalism and modernity remained attractive even as these characteristics went out of fashion in continental Europe. National Socialism and Sibelius is a story of its own which is carefully analyzed here. Ideas of Finland and the North vastly influenced the interpretation of meaning in Sibelius's music, a music that until this day remains enigmatic.

About the Author: TOMI MÄKELÄ is the author of several books and essays on Finnish music, Romanticism, and Western modernism. From 1996-2008 he was professor of music in Magdeburg, since 2009 he is professor of music at the Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg.

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Titre : Jean Sibelius (Hardback)
Éditeur : Boydell Brewer Ltd
Date d'édition : 2011
Reliure : Hardback
Etat du livre : New

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Description du livre Boydell & Brewer Ltd, 2011. État : Brand new. This acclaimed study, available in English for the first time, looks at the music of Jean Sibelius in its biographical context. Myths have surrounded Sibelius [1865-1957] and his work, for more than 100 years, often divertin g attention away from his creative output. Drawing on many unpublished sources, Mäkelä's study leads us back to Sibelius as a musician and a 'poet' of universal validity. Chapters examine the composer's creativity, inspiratio n, influence, aspects of genre, as well as the relationship of the artist with nature and homeland. Those who knew Sibelius at an early age tell of a youthful bohemian in the midst of European decadence. This 'age of Carmen' [Eduard Munch] marked Sibelius's formative years. The composer's most important works, dating from a time between his third symphony and Tapiola , reflect the modernistic mainstream. Sibelius's last three decades, known as the 'Silence of Ainola', have inspired the masculine clichés that this book deconstructs. Sibelius was one of the least political artists of his time who nevertheless became heavily politicized. The first supreme musical tal ent in the region, he gave his nation a genuine sound. Europeans of the late nineteenth century showed increasing affinity with Nordic culture. Aino, Sibelius's wife, was instrumental in creating the image of her husband as a Nord ic icon. The book closely scrutinizes this popular image. In an Anglo-American artistic context his mix of regionalism and modernity remained attractive even when these elements went out of fashion in the art movement of cont inental Europe. Ideas of Finland and the North vastly influenced the interpretation of meaning in Sibelius's music, a music that until this day remains enigmatic. <BR TOMI MÄKELÄ is the author of several books and essays on Finnish music, Romanticism, and Western modernism. From 1996-2008 he was professor of music in Magdeburg. Since 2009 he has been professor of music at the Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg. N° de réf. du libraire 7039

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