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Iphigénie à Paris: Positioning Gluck Historically in Early Twentieth-Century France

Gibbons, William (2006)

In December 1907, Gluck's opera Iphigénie en Aulide was produced in Paris at the Opéra-Comique, the last of his major operas to be revived in France. The ensuing critical reception pitted Vincent d'Indy, who harshly criticized the production, against its director, Albert Carré; d'Indy further ...

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Crossing the Rubicon: Debussy and the Eternal Present of the Past

Marion, Gregory (2007)

This paper proposes that Mikhail Bakhtin's heteroglossia—the process of coming to know one's own language in the language of others—is evident in two of Debussy's compositions from Children's Corner, most directly in "Golliwogg's Cake-Walk" and more subtly in "Serenade for the Doll." In ...

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Seeds for a Mature Compositional Style: An Analysis of Melody, Musical Layers, and Signals in Claude Vivier’s Chants

Harman, Brian (2013)

Claude Vivier’s Chants is considered by many to be his first significant musical composition, yet very little exploration has been undertaken to determine what techniques and ideas flow from this work into his mature musical style. This article provides an in-depth analysis of Chants’ pitch ...

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Élizabeth Gallat-Morin. 2012. L’orgue de 1753 renaît de ses cendres. Québec : Musée de la civilisation, 96 p. ISBN 978-2-551-25342-5 (couverture souple)

Després, Jean-Philippe (2014)

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