Schubert and the Sound of Memory

Burnham, Scott
December 2000
Musical Quarterly;Winter2000, Vol. 84 Issue 4, p655
Academic Journal
Analyzes the existential acts of memory in the instrumental music by Franz Schubert. Effect of memory from an expedient of repetition; Authenticity of music resulting from an irrevocable transience of the art; Factors influencing the nostalgia and orientation toward the past.


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